Author Archives: peoplefortheneighborhood
For decades southeastern Queens has been a thriving community that produced generations of homeowners, entrepreneurs, entertainers, and legendary professionals. It is still a community that produces many independent business persons, media personalities, professionals, city administrators and even Olympic medalists. With … Continue reading
People have asked our team of petitioners, “Why is Anthony Rivers running for City Council?” The answer, we need an ADVOCATE FOR SOUTH EAST QUEENS. Have you noticed how the quality of the neighborhood services changes as soon as you cross … Continue reading
The N.Y.S. Attorney General is Eric T. Schneiderman. The State Attorneys General has a Civil Rights Bureau. People have asked us, what have we worked on since the court case on Hollis Ave? I didn’t feel the need to publish our struggle but, since you … Continue reading
This article published by the Daily News further substantiates the corruption South East Queens is subject to.
The article itself is more than self explanatory but, if you need further explanation as to how this directly affects our neighborhood, I suggest you also click on the second link (Latest articles about PFTN) Look at the judges name who … Continue reading
Our local politicians have band together to support the re-election of Mayor de Blasio. This is a major problem. The mayor along with the cooperation of our local Council members, have worked hand in hand to decimate South East Queens. … Continue reading
In his weekly news letter, Daneek Miller has a picture of himself and members of the land use division. What a joke. If he was concerned, he certainly did not raise any issues at the TOWN HALL meeting. This is … Continue reading
You can find a link to the latest Article involving People For The Neighborhood below. We continue to fight on behalf of our neighborhood.
On Sept. 28, We were able to gain access to a secret TOWN HALL meeting with Mayor Bill De Blasio. How can you have a meeting with only a select group of people and call it a Town hall … Continue reading