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The professional bureaucrats know exactly what they are doing, which is to inflict pain and suffering on citizen-voters in exchange for votes. Just watch: Oh, what a tragedy, we'll spend $300,000 on a study that will take 4 years. Oh, vote for me so we can continue the work we are doing. Oh, we'll put a budget request in and hope and pray that Cuomo will agree. Oh, we'll have hearings in Syracuse and Plattsburgh to see if they'll support this. The ramps are gone. The DOT wanted it that way. They won't come back. Only a totally new government can do something. New Yorkers will vote on a Constitutional Convention this year, if you hate all of this, go and vote YES!

Meanwhile, why not NYC and NYS pour billions of dollars in fixing our own subway system? I guess I will be possibly not voting for Mayor de Crony this year and Governor Crony next year.



I hope the plan includes reopening of the Woodhaven Junction Station on the LIRR Atlantic Branch.






I'm surprised that this "Summer of Hell" is some sort of overreaction.

"Underutilized" because they were in dangerous and unsafe condition, I thought I would die if I had to cross it with any significant weight. I would have utilized them at least weekly if they were safe.









One protester for each Democrat with the courage to cross party lines when it is the right thing to do.


If these protesters are hanging on the climate change issue, much of which has been debunked, then the person who made the statement about them killing trees to create placards for a non-issue was correct. They need to be informed and act on facts not emotions and hysteria based on falsehood.











Joe, it says that right at the bottom of the article lol.


Great story. I'm not sure how the writer missed the fact that Charlie Neuweiler from McClancy was also drafted this year by the Kansas City Royals in the 5th round.







































I grew up near the original location in Staten Island which has been there 70 years.





To play devil's advocate: The Trump administration will take away Federal New Starts funding, in which the Woodhaven Boulevard SBS route will be depending on. Without it, then this main project, which focused on redesigning the entire boulevard, will be scrapped and it will be nothing but the overall implementation and operation of these routes, just like the cost-effective SBS routes all across NYC.

Mayor DeBlasio is a liar and a dictator. He is lying to the People about Vision Zero SBS and is forcing his extremist leftist views against the will of the people. One Term Bill must go. Vision Zero is choking our city in gridlock, pollution and unfair tickets and he is dividing the people. Our family and friends who are forced to drive are being demonized. Zero Vision will fail just like our Demmie, Commie Mayor! Join the Queens Public Transit Committee and stop Mayor Chaos at 718-679-5309 or www.qptc.org. Zero Vision overconfidence is killing our family and friends who travel across our streets. Stop the madness. Stop Mayor Disaster.













The only way we can save our Democracy is to join forces and resist thise that wish to divide us. Let's all work together. All parties with one common goal.

Senator Avella has true courage to take his own stand, refusing to be one of the sheep in Governor Cuomo's circus. The Sanate Majority leader went to jail, as did Sheldon Silver. The parties routinely vote for or against things because that's how they were told to vote. Mr. Avella distances himself from this corrupt system, by being independent. In a district where Republicans and Democrats care deeply about the issues dragging New York down, his position guarantees he will have a greater say in State Government. Bravo!

We have all benefited from this action.

The real question should be "Why did Tony Avella feel the need to make this choice?". After he joined this committee, he was able to do things for his constituents he was unable to do before. I have not noticed any changes in his actions since he joined. What I do notice is his constituents you and me



















This guy needs to be stopped asap



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October 17, 2015 / 5:26 PM
Why I would like to win: I have been serving the flushing and bayside community for the last 4 years as a tax and financial advisor. I recently moved to Bayside with my fiance and even proposed to her at the Bayside train station on Valentines day 2015 (we have a lock on the bridge). We have been planning our wedding for the last few months and a trip to cancun would really help us with the honeymoon. Thank you for considering us.

My husband and I just celebrated (and survived!) our 1st year of marriage. In early November we will celebrate our 1st year of making Bayside our home. There is so much to celebrate this year, like my husband’s recent transfer as an NYPD sergeant — from long nights on patrol in the South Bronx to a wonderful position as a Humanities Instructor at the NYPD Police Academy in College Point; like our darling new baby Willow, our second rescue cat; like our birthdays this past week (we are MUCH older than 21…but not yet 40), spent locally doing the simple things we love; like all of the blessings in our lives… I think we both deserve a nice, relaxing vacation, and neither of us have been to Cancun. It would be perfect! [bpfb_images] 34306_0-45749700-1445095207_rat9216-2.jpg [/bpfb_images]


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October 17, 2015 / 11:04 AM
My husband and I just celebrated (and survived!) our 1st year of marriage. In early November we will celebrate our 1st year of making Bayside our home. There is so much to celebrate this year, like my husband's recent transfer as an NYPD sergeant -- from long nights on patrol in the South Bronx to a wonderful position as a Humanities Instructor at the NYPD Police Academy in College Point; like our darling new baby Willow, our second rescue cat; like our birthdays this past week (we are MUCH older than 21...but not yet 40), spent locally doing the simple things we love; like all of the blessings in our lives... I think we both deserve a nice, relaxing vacation, and neither of us have been to Cancun. It would be perfect!

Why I deserve a trip to Cancun! My husband and I got married in May of 2012 and honeymooned in Cancun. We had the best time! 3 years, 2 kids and many sleepless nights later we would LOVE to go back and relax by the pool with some pina coladas. Also, let\'s go Mets! [bpfb_images] 34133_0-93083600-1445022149_img_5264.jpg [/bpfb_images]



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October 09, 2015 / 11:53 AM
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