Monday, March 5, 2018
Woodside CSX tracks are a mess
From CBS 2:
“Here, where it’s a private company and private property, it’s impossible for the city to even get in there,” City Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer told Duddridge.
Neighbors are now adding rodents to their list of complaints, saying the animals are running rampant.
“We don’t now want the rats and mice and whatever seeping into our homes and apartments,” said Corrao.
The New York City Department of Sanitation says its cleaning unit inspected the area last month. It says CSX has been notified and has seven to 10 days to either clean up or sanitation crews will at the company’s expense.
There’s still one more hurdle – the sanitation department can’t clean up the property until a judge grants crews a warrant to enter the grounds.