Residents seek more city action
Photo by michael gannon
Residents carried posters and chanted for action against litter and illegal dumping on Saturday morning in a march through the streets of Jamaica.
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In an interview a few days before the march Councilman Comrie stated that "I (Moretti) does not seem to grasp some of the legal and logistical difficulties that can be involved."
Really what difficulties are there in enforcing litter/garbage laws, this is just a typical excuse by elected officials who have allowed this problem to escalate over years and not address it. "Data Driven", if he would have taken an interest as would have other local elected officials, they would have seen all the garbage, abandoned cars, illegal dumping, vacant lots and abandoned homes. But yet not one of our elected officials came out to make an appearance. That is how much they care about this problem in our community.
This is the best that Comrie say about this major "quality of life" issue. If that is it, he certainly is not qualified to become Queens Borough President.
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