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Why blame Sanitation. Why not blame the people who walk around there. We are human, not animals. They should have courtesy to keep the sidewalk clean.







Politicians should be sworn in to serve the citizens not to join either Democrat or Republican. They shouldn't use their party association in order to get elected just because they are Democrat or Republican.



















Kicking the can down the road by not helping the MTA year again.













Loss of parking spaces, loss of revenue for small businesses, increased gridlock, more double parking, more safety problems: It's inevitable.





Catch him and break his finger









David vs. Goliath, SBS style, for several years to come.

It's too bad the mass transit crisis is not the major priority for all citywide election races.




Joy, they're using a map program from a 3rd party site (https://carto.com/) I think it's just the way the program writes the data. QNS.COM / WNYC.COM doesnt control that information. If you have an issue with how the program colors the map I would suggest sending an email to carto.com. I think the bigger issue is less about how the map is colored and more about the response is from that neighborhood. However, I digress. We should be focusing less on party affiliation and colors on a map and more on acceptance of everyone good or bad.


You should fix this map! If you are going to leave cemeteries unshaded (Mount Zion), then un-shade them all (All faiths & St. Johns)! Unless you are trying to subtly insinuate something here... which is how it comes across.


Typical A-HOLE comment from our A-HOLE mayor. A whiny B*tch just like the A-HOLE president he criticizes.









How about let them pay for the clean up then jail timr






A major inconvenience but the trade offs will be huge for all M train riders once the reconstruction is finish in April.










So they decide to kick out Bob Turner, the only 'name' entity in this pathetic organization. I guess it's more important to fight each other to control a virtually powerless organization than to continue with an actual leader. Dumb move.




Elizabeth Crowley has been endorsed by almost every big money union in the City. She's proud of this. But we all know what this means. They don't give money and endorsements for free. There's going be payback. If she's re-elected, she's going to be a lame duck council woman. She would not have to worry about another election. Don't expect her to be working too hard for us.

It must be done to attract more riders for using the M train in the not too distant future once the L train shuts down in 2019.

Select Bus Service = Select BS


We will still vote for you Mr Holden. You are clearly the better candidate. You are not be-"holden" to the big Democratic machine. You fought for the little guy, all your life. Your community looks up to you, and respect your long resume of selfless good work. Hopefully you are able to get your message across to all the voters in district 30. Once they know, they it's a no-brainer.




Crowley is trying to fool you with stats...She says only 13% of the Rikers prisoners wind up going to upstate prisons. At first I thought that number was really low, either the judges are letting them all go, or her numbers were off. But likely, most prisoners are released for 'time served' because our courts are so backlogged. My friend was attacked by a homeless person, and his court appointed lawyer dragged the case out for 1.5 years. He had to go to court 8 times, before the prep was released for time served. What's sad is Crowley is trying to say 87% of the prisoners in Rikers do not belong there... We are not dumb...so don't try to fool us.

I do not understand how Crowley could criticize Holden for not taking a long time to get the community down zoned, when he was just a volunteer and not in any political office. He was at the mercy of the elected officials.









I guess it's a "glass half empty, glass half full" approach by the dysfunctional MTA all over again. What other choice these clowns will ever have, especially with the L train shutdown looming?


They all have their phones out... can't the cops triangulate who was using their phones in that area at that time??









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I live in Glendale on 66th Street and Myrtle Ave. I work in Glendale, at Coldwell Banker Kueber located on 67th Street and Myrtle Avenue. I\'m originally from Williamsburg Brooklyn, and lived there before the gentrification occurred. We used to have the small business, friendly neighbor feel back in the days. Today if you are in your early 20\'s to mid-30\'s, that is the neighborhood to be in. I still go to church at least once a month in Williamsburg Brooklyn and two of my children still go to school there, but I will admit though that I am very happy to be raising my children in Glendale, Queens. This is a community where people get to know you, and where the small business, neighborhood feel still exists. I love it here. I feel safe letting my kids go play basketball with their friends at the Glendale Playground on Central Ave between 70th and 71st Street (aka Central Park to the local kids). I don\'t worry when they go to The Shops at Atlas Park to catch a movie with their friends. I love eating at Zum\'s, the Avenue, Edison Place, Pisa Pizza, the New York Grill, or picking up a sandwich from Stop One on 66th Place and Myrtle. I love that I can walk into just about any business here and be greeted by my first name. I\'m also a board member of the Glendale Kiwanis, so I\'ve gotten to know a lot of the people responsible for the behind-the-scenes decisions that keep our community events going (the Halloween Parade on Myrtle Ave, the Christmas Tree lighting by Zum Stammtisch, the Veterans Day and Memorial Day events, the Glendale Kiwanis Scholarship event, Community Day at The Shops at Atlas Park, the Bell Ringing at Stop and Shop, etc.). Because of how involved the community is, my real estate office is an official drop off site for Toys-for-Tots, food to support the local pantries, and the unofficial hangout for all the local business owners who visit us to share thoughts, concerns and ideas over a cup of coffee or a glass of wine. This is a great place to be and I\'m glad my 7 Rosario children get to experience this first hand. Come visit me sometime. My office is located at 67-13 Myrtle Avenue, Glendale NY. No appointment needed. You can also reach me on my cell phone at 917-945-4211 any time. [George L. Rosario, Real Estate Salesperson at Coldwell Banker Kueber, the Rosario Shalomayev Team / Glendale Resident / www.GeorgeRosario.com / #glrosario #rosarioshalomayevteam] [bpfb_images] 35464_0-69843200-1456407385_img_20130221_050227.jpg [/bpfb_images]



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