Sunday, November 12, 2017

Fresh Meadows day care center permit may be revoked

From the Queens Tribune:

The Great Sunshine Daycare, slated for 172-03 67th Ave., will create chaotic traffic patterns and safety issues for the residential community as parents of as many as 282 children rush to drop off their children, residents said at a Nov. 3 press conference with state Sen. Tony Avella (D-Bayside).

“Parents come, they park illegally, they drop off their kids—sometimes they park in somebody’s driveway, sometimes they double-park or they pull into the site,” Avella said. “Imagine 282 parents, 282 cars.

Nobody’s against a daycare center in principle, but the city of New York should be making sure that these types of facilities go in appropriate locations.”

Traffic in the area is already hectic during school dismissal times with PS 173 just a few blocks away, and the new daycare could cut into property values of the surrounding homes, Avella argued.

Currently, the daycare’s future is uncertain. The facility can be legally built at the property under the current zoning for the area, according to the city’s Department of Buildings. A permit was issued on Feb. 3, but an audit of the project led to a notice to revoke the permit on Nov. 1. The agency took issue with the daycare’s planned placement of a driveway and rooftop recreation area, a spokesman said.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is it Asian run?

Tommy Efreeti said...

Ah yes, "traffic" - the scared-whitey tactic for "eep, more gooks invading!" Lol...you really think there'd be 282 more CARS? Let the legal structures in place do the fighting for you, you ninnies: if the complaints are legitimate, it'll be stalled and revised (or denied) as necessary. If not, you're just white-washing (ha ha) the same prejudices with new paint.

Anonymous said...

Nope, Tommy the dope. Most "massage parlors-spas" even day care centers that are notorious for flauting the law seem to be Asian. Thems the facts jerk wad.

Anonymous said...

Flushing spreading "Crap" to other neighborhoods so what is new ?