Ridgewood








At least publish his picture so everyone can see who he really is



During this time I think the MTA should also revise the Q58 and Q55 routes to stop outside of the Ridgewood Terminal that is along Myrtle Avenue at Palmetto Street (instead of inside of the Ridgewood Terminal) and then extend both of those routes further west to Myrtle Avenue /Broadway ( via stopping only at the closed subway stations along Myrtle Avenue) with a last westbound stop along Myrtle Avenue at Broadway. These two routes could then turn around by making a right turn at Lewis Avenue, another right turn at Stockton Street and another right turn at Broadway and travel along Broadway to Myrtle Avenue which could be the first new stop of the Q55 and Q58 eastbound trip along Broadway at Myrtle Avenue. The eastbound Q55 & Q58 could then make a left turn on to Myrtle Avenue back on there eastbound trip toward Ridgewood.


Catch-22: More freight trains on tracks = Less trucks on the road = Better air quality for all = Improved economic activity for all = No more public transportation access.

I guess that the MTA played a critical role in rising rent prices after all, such as Chicago.

I hope that the MTA will need more shuttle buses to meet the increasing ridership along the BMT Myrtle Avenue Line.

People can wait for Q58 from Forest Ave to Myrtle/Wyckoff. Else, they need to arrange a faster route and more frequent bus service






This is crazy. Politicians don't know the effect of downsizing. Look at West Village, the price have gone up so much because of demand outpace supply. 5 story building is not a highrise idiots. They want people to build up to 4th floor and there is no parking requirement for it. Ridgewood already needs more parking space for customers to come and shop unless you build the city for local people. The city won't grow. What a stupid idea Cathy Nolan. May be we can petition to get her off the position.










God Bless the Tolley family








I will still not be surprised that there are also thousands of homeless folks will be still living it down the MTA subway system also.







Happy Birthday to Kelli Giddish. Congratulations and Best Wishes. I hope that SVU is renewed soon. Make sure Ludo gives you a big hug and kiss.

Even with camera and picture, they couldn't find the guy because he is hiding



They need to recover all the stuffs that he has stolen. Where is his picture?





I am fighting against affordable housing if they don't fix the crisis. First , there are people who don't need it but they end up getting it because of the insider. Second, once you get in, they don't do any income verification yearly in order to keep the waiting list moving. Third, people will pass the apartment from one generation to another and people will wait longer. Four, in order for builders to reserve affordable housing, they need to raise the rest of rental units in order to justtify the cost. As a result, the rent in the neighborhood will rise nk matter what. Fifth, city will lose tax revenue for the duration of tax relief to builders in order to build these affordable units. They won't see the tax revenue coming until the end of tax abatement. Last, you can never build enough of affordable to serve the growing populations considering more people are moving in. And then there are suckers out there who enjoy free money and low income apartments, so they will end up not reporting the incomes in order to be qualified for it. More people will depend on it eventually. Who wants to work when the government can take care everything from health care to free housing.











The attorney general apparently does not realize that EPA has established "special accounts" for the Gowanus Canal and Newtown Creek superfund sites among others where money collected from responsible parties is deposited for the cleanup. these special accounts are seperate from the superfund trust fund and are not subject to the vagaries of the superfund appropriation process. However, for sites without special accounts, the proposed cutbacks could slow down progress.

We don't need affordable housing. We need parking. There are no parking in Ridgewood.







Our own personal safety is priceless after everything else, when it comes with dealing with natural disasters.






Very Cool! I used to live in Sunnyside and hated every time they were filming in the neighborhood because they would take all the spots but living in Middle Village changes everything.




I understand that Ridgewood is in the later stages of gentrification and this is largely a moot point. But who is this "community" who is supporting a space that doesn't sound to me like it will be very community oriented at all. Will there be programming for kids? ESL classes? What about space to have legal clinics for residents being pushed out? I mean, use your kickstarter to do whatever you want, but don't frame this as a community thing, please.





A major weekend inconvenience for M train riders along the BMT Myrtle Avenue Line, right before a major daily inconvenience for these same riders because it needs it be done.










So they don't know what it is. However they are being charged with a controlled substance. Hmmmmm


These workshops are the once in the while opportunity for the general public to be once in a while transportation planners.






















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