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School Kids to Clean Up Sunnyside Park

April 22, 2010 Staff Report

While visiting PS 199 earlier this week, Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer spoke to several students about  neighborhood issues.

The students shared an interest in cleaning neighborhood parks. One student asked if the school could come together to clean up Thomas Noonan Park, which the students refer to as Rainbow Park. As a result, Van Bramer is working together with PS 199 Principal Anthony Inzerillo to organize a group that will clean up the park.

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The language you use is disguisting. I hope you dont use those words in front of your children. The students did clean up Rainbow Park in May 2010 and the principal is not in jail. Where did you hear such a silly rumor???? The principal happens to be a hardworker who loves the children and the school!

Veronica Zamora

The students did clean up the Park on Friday, May 28, 2010! Mr. Inzerillo was an awesome teacher and he is an even better principal.


F$$k them. They told us that long ago the same thing. The principle is in jail! There teachers were awesome tho. I loved Ms. Kean who I had last year.


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