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Ugly Graffiti at PS 150

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March 10, 2010 Staff Report

Residents discovered graffiti on the wall adjacent to the P.S. 150 playground this morning.

UPDATE: A spokesman for Councilman Van Bramer said his office has called the Dept. of Sanitation and has been assured that it is going to be cleaned up.

UPDATE (2): The graffiti has been removed.

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Raymond

Wow i can’t believe people would put this in front of a playground. Sunnyside was such a nice place when i used to live there what happend?

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Scott

Look at the 7 train ell between 40th street and 45th street. Look at the grocery store 41 01 41 street.Its the same graffiti names most of the time.Dosent any store care about the security gates when they close them down…. they have graffiti all over them too………Somebody please help1

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SB

Graffiti in the neighborhood is becoming unbearably horrible – who do we complain to? What can we do about it? Just noticed more f-bombs freshly painted on a building at 51st and Skillman too.

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Kirk

The person who did this lives in that very building and his name is Chris. He is an animal that has such hate for children it’s beyond scary and is a potential danger to this block. The police know who he is.
He also sits in the playground across the street which forbids adults who are not with children to enter and loiter. He does this to make the parents nervous.
You are encouraged to reach out to Residential Management, who owns that building to have him thrown off the board and expelled from the building.

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Montag

I have complained about the post office – for the second time. I would urge all other concerned residents to make complaints about this also – it is an eyesore that has been allowed for months.

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er

These years the whole COUNTRY has animals—garbage multiplies more and more garbage, this whole society is getting overrun with it, Thanks Democrats…

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sunnyside_south

lots of animals in this neigbhborhood. even the post office has been graffiti covered for months, if not longer.

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