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Well, it certainly keeps the late night drunks from sideswiping your ride...
I hope when construction is done the D.O.T. puts in a bike lane !
I remember when, before I left NYC, when this was once a very desirable neighborhood to live in . No more! As I expected.
The city has been working on this North Flushing project for about five years. And the company doing the work is run by none other than Michael Capasso. Name sound familiar? Yup, he is the son of infamous sewer man Carl "Andy" Capasso. Carl and Bess Myerson had a hot and heavy Page Six affair a couple of decades ago. Then Carl ended up in the hoosegow for tax violations.
God only knows when this cash cow project will be completed, if ever.
It won't be illegal once the city put those useless bike lanes in to make traffic problems worse.
OSHA approved for appropriate trenching protective systems under 1926.652. Give this owner their SST card and hope the crew had a chuckle as they dragged the safety equipment over the vehicle
Only an idiot transplant would want bike lanes. Hopefully Mayor Sliwa will get rid of the plague of them on the city.
Hopefully Mayor Sliwa will get rid of the plague of them on the city.
But we'll all be wearing red berets and goose-stepping down Francis Lewis Boulevard.
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