70 street
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December 02, 2016
I have lived here for 37 years have seen streets go two way one and back to two way again. This switch to one way is ridiculous. All its doing is pushing the traffic to another street. Let's all just pass the problem on to the next one. Also to get back what someone has said about kids playing, where? There hasn't been kids playing on the block since 1988, I would know I was one of them. As for home values, my God aren't they expensive enough? How much more do you think they are going to go up? There is a
Mickey Ryan/ (Frank)
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December 01, 2016
I came across this article recently and was saddened by it. I grew up with young Frank and was over Mom & Dad's house to play with Frankie. Your Father helped me when I was released by the Yankees by trying to make some contacts for me. I remember your Mom well and how kind she was. I am happy she lived a long life. i know you must miss her and Mr. Colosi. I think of my old Maspeth friends often and playing little league for St. Stans with Frankie. Hope all is well with you and the rest of the family.
Pedro Valdez Rivera
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December 01, 2016
There will plenty of winners and plenty of losers, once it is all set and done.
Pedro Valdez Rivera
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December 01, 2016
Like I said: 2017 is the year that Queens will never forget on the issue of mass transit, from Q52 & Q53 SBS, to Queensrail, to Queensway, to NIMBYs, to CBTC for the 7 train, to the Citywide Ferry Service for the Rockaways and the Western Queens Waterfront to Manhattan.
Pedro Valdez Rivera
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December 01, 2016
A first step in the right direction for a mutual and positive communication between the transit advocates, the DOT, the EDC, as well as the MTA, on a hot-buttoned public transportation issue like the L train shutdown.