From Beehive Hairdresser:
We counted seven full layers of cinderblock removed from the right side, with portions of more layers in the front, as well as a good chunk of the entire left wall gone. A blue tarp hides much of the activity of the site, with five evergreens now planted along the sidewalk. The evergreens currently mask a fairly steep and unsafe slope that drops into the construction pit – the construction fence has been moved back about ten feet down into the construction pit and as such is clearly far away from the sidewalk.
Is this the half-assed sign of the Cunningham’s coming to the reality that building the structure partially on and attaching it to his neighbors property was a poor choice? Or is it all part of some bigger mind game that he has up his sleeves?
See previously: Mr. C still not cooperating
Spite wall? Not spit wall? Damn! Now I have to go all the way back to Roosevelt Avenue in Flushing to get rid of this loogie!!!
Now I have to go all the way back to Roosevelt Avenue in Flushing to get rid of this loogie!!!
You're playing my song!
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