Dirty Streets

In Cleaning, DSNY Family Weekly, Enforcement, History, In Loving Memory by Sam1 Comment

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Does anybody remember the days when the streets were dirty to the point that people were getting sick? Well I do, and anybody that calls 311 and calls for a clean up these days should be reminded of this. It never seems to amaze me on the calls that we get these days. They’re  just spoiled or just don’t have nothing to do(no life), I remember one of the officers getting a call of a nail on the main bed of Queens Blvd.(A NAIL), you have to be kidding.

That’s the world we live in, mind you I want to see the streets cleaned as much as the next person but the calls we get these days are just unbelievable. To make matters worst the orders that come from these request are also bordering on insane. I don’t know how many times I have gone out to a call and found nothing there or found a situation where it was just not worthy of investigation.

Welcome to the new world where you are just a pawn and are getting paid to make these calls to placate the public.

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