From Cleanup Jamaica Queens
At 164-22 South Road behind York College, an abandon car striped completely, sat in the driveway of a vacant house for close to a year, maybe more. I first came across this back in the summer of 2013 and of course reported it numerous times to no avail. Our elected leaders knew of this, our city agencies and other leaders in the community, but yet it sat an eyesore, every time another piece missing from it and garbage being dumped in or around it. As of March 8th, the vehicle had still be sitting there.
But in steps Jamaica's "The Untouchables" (Sgt. Cedillo, relatively new to the 103rd and his crew) this week and within one day of notifying Sgt. Cedillo, just like magic, the vehicle with no wheels vanished into thin air. Our leaders choose to do nothing for almost a year, yet Cedillo and his top notch crew, swooped in and in a blink of an eye, it was gone.
Team P/J applaud the efforts and tenacity of Sgt. Cedillo and his crew for doing what others choose not to do and bring back law enforcement in regard to these quality of life issues.
Keep it up! It looks like you are making progress. Now if they could just get rid of those awful looking houses!
These stairs are violations of the building and zoning code.
Now you see if this can be implemented all over Queens what a civilized place to live this would be for everyone! ?It looks so much better now imagine that with houses/buildings taken care of and grass/greenery in front even better!
Those houses look nasty. All of Jamaica needs a make over and new home owners.
Good for him!! It's nice to hear that someone actually gives a shit.
It's even better to see the rules everyone else has to follow being enforced. Kudos.
Now how about getting rid of those ubiquitous "Cash for Cars" posters?
5 down and 5,000 more quality of life violations to address.
The journey of 1,000 miles starts with the first step.
"Now how about getting rid of those ubiquitous "Cash for Cars" posters?"
Those things are getting ridiculous, they are on every freaking light and telephone pole in queens.
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