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Queens Chronicle

Residents rally at Pan Am a third time

Homeless Services treats kids to a movie, shields them from protest

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  • Lstopanio posted at 5:41 pm on Thu, Jul 24, 2014.

    Lstopanio Posts: 2

    The Borough has been long neglected by the city, and accordingly we do not have the infastructure or resources to deal with the open gate NYC is now hosting to the rest of the world.
    Queens houses 27% of the cities residents, but only has 12% of hospitals.
    Our transit options are limited at best. But The city will rely on single sided criteria, looking at this issue in a bubble. We need our fair share.
    Fair share of infrastructure first.
    But I shouldn't complain, based on Stringers June report of the Overcrowding of NYC Schools we certainly have our fair share there. 50% of all of the overcrowded schools in the city are in Queens. And the majority of them is in district 24.