“Honestly at this point I don’t even care about them cleaning the mess up in a hurry. I just hope enough people see it and finally get the city to act in a more proactive manor.
Human feces, vomit, broken bottles, dumped out cigar innards, and the lovely little baggies that go with them are the norm around the train station specifically the overpass.
Do I have to start tip toeing around used needless before the police are willing to patrol or put up more cameras? Maybe they need to have a violent crime make the news?
The tourists they are dying to bring in must pass through this hub. A large number of tax paying, residents, and voters pass through here daily. Why are they doing nothing to make this a safe and clean place? It couldn’t physically be any closer to the police station, yet the waiting room is full of vagrants, bikes are constantly being stolen, and despite the new bathrooms all manor of bodily fluids can’t seem to find the bowl.
I’ve already doubled my commute to live on this beautiful island, please stop making me regret it every time I leave for work or come back home.
Strong words by a resident named Frank. I haven’t been at a computer all day until now, otherwise I would have posted all this earlier. I have no idea if this ‘LIRR party’ was cleaned up or not, but what Frank submitted is still relevant in my opinion. Garbage/vomit/feces has been an ongoing problem at our LIRR station. Do we need better enforcement at the LIRR at night time? Security cameras? Does anybody even care?