Friday, September 19, 2014

Problem corner kept clean

"Residents are very pleased and continue to comment on the clear side walk. The location is Merrick Boulevard between 108 & 109 avenues.

Just to remind supporters, this is a result of The Untouchables diligent work. Officer Cedillo and his team from the 103 rd. precinct, did what local leaders said was impossible. They simply interpret and enforced the law on behalf of residents.

The Untouchables removed a vast amount of abandoned vehicles (eyesores), throughout their jurisdiction and warned chop shop owners, that they cannot leave their cars on the sidewalk for an extended time. They even gave chop shop owners 24-hours notice.

For years, local leaders said they were working on a strategy, but nothing was done. Needless to say, they were operating under the same law.

However, a few months ago, The Untouchables set out to assist with the abandoned vehicles' epidemic. Well, well, well, the once don't-give-a-damn chop shop owners have a new status ( law abiding citizens).

Team P/J is still working on the garbage situation at the bus stop. Cameras have to be installed. Sooner or later, the cave people will become law abiders too.

Thanks again to the Untouchables, your presence has a lasting effect.

Photos were taken 9/14/14.

Side walk is made for walking, and that's just what we'll do.

Garbage dump violators will soon be caught." - Pamela Hazel


Anonymous said...

That garbage can looks packed. I guess the Untouchables couldn't get DSNY to budge. Some things are just beyond the power of mortal men b

Anonymous said...

Off to a very good start !

Jaime Lannister said...

Bratton wants to pursue a broken window policy. The 103rd has got it right. Why this isn't done all over the city is a mystery. When you take out the trash, the rats no longer have a place to gather.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations. the squeaky wheel gets the grease. keep up the good work.