They say fee will deter small biz; others say safety, cleanliness to help
Photo by Ricardo Gonzalez
About 100 people rallied against a proposed Business Improvement District expansion on Roosevelt Avenue.
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Now why would businesses be against a Business Improvement District especially in that area which could you a good cleaning up. Face it, that area is dirty and filthy and needs overhauled. If the businesses and the residents cleaned up their places in the first place they would not need to have a BID, but obviously they are low class slobs like many in Jamaica who have no respect for their community and treat it like a garbage dump. http://cleanupjamaicaqueens.wordpress.com/
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