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We need ‘United 40s’ for Graffiti Removal

Sunnyside United Neighborhood  Network does great work in ridding the neighborhood of graffiti. Hundreds will most likely turn out for this Saturday’s fall event, similar to other occasions.

Unfortunately, resources are limited. Therefore SUNN’s members are only able to focus on cleaning areas on the northern side of Queens Blvd. For residents on the southern side of the boulevard, they don’t benefit from SUNN’s fine work. Therefore, residents on the southern side should join and/or lobby ‘United 40s’ (a group mentioned under groups on this site) to have it sponsor a similar graffiti clean up. United 40s has done this type of work before.

No matter what happens, Sunnysiders should all work together to make sure the whole neighborhood–north and south–gets the attention they deserve.

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