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Why your neighborhood is full of Queens Crap
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Well, Queens, take a look at how Brooklyn handles things. Queens?
Read a Queens Civic Congress newsletter.
The streets belong to the City, the City would say, but the fight for them isn't over.
Billions of dollars for unneeded, unwanted transportation 'improvements' for rich hipsters in Brooklyn.
Bus service cuts and congestion pricing for the working class in Queens.
Tale of Two Cities indeed.
Anon #4's comment is very important, but it's on the wrong article. Someone please fix.
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