78-16 Cooper Avenue from a warehouse into a homeless shelter.
Meanwhile, in Elmhurst, three properties next to the Pan Am have been purchased by an entity with the same address and attorney as the owner of the hotel, indicating possible expansion plans.
Monday, July 28, 2014
Conversion of Cooper Ave site pending; Pan Am expanding?
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:19 AM
Labels: building permits, Department of Buildings, Elmhurst, Glendale, homeless, hotel, pan am, queens blvd, shelters, warehouse
Well of course it has to expand. The council speaker vowed to help all of the border children and she wants the city to take them in with open arms. They got to go somewhere.
Attention Parents of kids who attend IS 5. Isn't anyone concerned that this school is so close in proximity to the Pan Am shelter? By the way, IS 5 is better known as the Crowley school.
No wonder the city is so concerned about the protestors.
The individual protests at the shelter sites are not getting anything but very local attention. We need all the protesters from Elmhurst, Glendale, Astoria etc. to go to City Hall on the same day. If a couple of thousand protesters show up it might get the attention of these rats in office, and we can tell them they will not be in office for long.
Why doesn't anyone call the news -- all stations and set-up big protests -- between this and city hall maybe that can help --
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