Little Neck neighbors and officials say addition creates an eyesore
About 100 residents came out Tuesday to protest a watch manufacturer building a 35-foot-tall addition in the rear to the former Leviton factory. With them are Assemblyman Ed Braunstein, center left, state Sen. Tony Avella and City Councilman Mark Weprin.
Lisa and Ed, who refused to give their last name, were among protesters Tuesday morning in Little Neck, fighting a 35-foot-high addition to the former Leviton building.
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