Sunday, January 29, 2012
Corner blight in Corona
Empty lots are often trash magnets and this one at the corner of Corona Avenue and 54th Avenue is no exception.
It wouldn't be so bad if the construction fence shielded passersby from the blight, but the fence itself is an eyesore as well.
This story came out after I posted the above photos:
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:26 AM
Labels: blight, construction fence, dumping, garbage, graffiti, vacant property
Corona has always been a blight.
Hey!!! Corona used to be a sute nabe many years ago, filled w/ friendly Italians, even Estee Lauder lived there!!
Welcome to Queens. Helen Marshall, borough President.
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