SAY NO TO KNOCKDOWN CENTER AT 52-19 FLUSHING AVENUE, MASPETH
The plans call for up to 5,000 people to be at the site at one time. Having this many people gather at one location to drink alcohol will put a strain on police services. There have already been documented incidents of bad behavior involving drugs and alcohol at dance parties at this location.
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The Invasion of the Bottle Snatchers
Residents have been complaining for years about bottle & can scavengers that regularly trespass onto private property. It's not a harmless act.Read More
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