postal guy

I had an identical experience. Every 3 months, for years, I put in a request for a tree in front of my house to be taken down. Every time, they came and reported that the tree was fine. About 4 years ago, we had a storm and a big branch came off a neighbors tree and into his house. When t…

I'm assuming this is a misprint and the temperature check will reject anyone with 100.4 degree temperature, not 104 degrees. At 104 degrees, you would pretty much be near deaths door.

IMHO, these businesses, who obviously care more about making a buck than the health of their customers, should be remembered when things open up. Let's patronize those that played by the rules.

I'm not sure it's even possible to do, but maybe it's time to set up a pilot program and watch it like a hawk. Those not chosen for the pilot will not be happy, but if they can just hang in there for 3 weeks or so and see what the results are, maybe we can get things going again, at least…

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I'm all for this, but how are they performing an income test? Also, there are people out of work now who might be fine in a normal economy, are they somehow being excluded?

In these days of cameras being everywhere, isn't it possible to train a few on the worst offenders of putting personal garbage by the pedestrian trash cans? A mailing campaign to residents where it is suspected the landlord is not supplying a garbage holding area with the ability to respo…

There are a lot of phony accusations on various internet websites relating to the way Cuomo handled the virus. The bottom line is that NY was handed the toughest situation in the country, and we have survived it so far, thank to his leadership. I don't like the rules any more than anyone …

I find the headline for this story to be disingenuous and inflammatory. Freedom of speech is guaranteed, the right to hold a street fair is not. I am a vendor at street fairs and this policy makes absolute sense.

They were in trouble long before Covid, but of course it didn't help.

Yu and Silletti have it exactly right. Short term sacrifice for long term gain is a good trade off. Obviously there is a lot of pain for the small business owner in this strategy and hopefully most of them can hang in there to reap the eventual rewards. NY learned our lesson and we tried …