I can't well fix this one, but I can sure tell Simcha.
Monday, August 31, 2009
Not in the district, but in the spirit
On 65th Street and Ft. Hamilton Parkway a turn signal has to be added to the existing lights to allow cars to turn right or left onto the avenue. If you have the chance, go down to that intersection and watch the cars try to turn onto Ft. Hamilton Parkway from 65th Street. It is an accident waiting to happen. Thank you, - SL
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Amen to that
From reader MS:
My mother needed to drop off donuts for my children and just pulled over for less than a split second to hand me out the donuts; there was a cop blocking her in and giving her a whopping $115 dollar ticket. That's about half what she earns a week.
When you become a council member I would like someone who is not a rubber stamp to Bloomberg and undoes all he has done. Reduce all those fees and make Brooklyn a place you can actually live in.
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Friday, August 28, 2009
10th Avenue Parking Sign
Sent in by reader SJ. Seems like I could probably take care of this one whether I get elected or not, with a couple of hex bolts.
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Thursday, August 27, 2009
Collapsed fence, dilapidated small park
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Wednesday, August 26, 2009
It's the little things
A lot of big issues have come up in this campaign - but the things I hear about most from voters as I go door-to-door are the small things. Potholes. Traffic lights. Parking tickets. Decaying infrastructure. Dirty streets. Graffiti.
These are the everyday things that can make our lives better or worse. And every one of these small changes is within our reach. As our next representative on the City Council, I pledge to make these quality of life concerns my number-one priority. And I invite readers of this blog to contribute photos or descriptions of neighborhood problems. Just email a photo or a note to basics@JohnHeyer.org. We'll post your concern here. And I pledge to fix the problem within my first year in office.
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