Lefferts Gardens

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  • Trash cans Archived
    1821-1845 Bedford Ave Brooklyn, NY 11225, USA - City Council District 40
    Maple and Bedford in Brooklyn has a trash can on each corner. Midwood and Bedford has no trash cans on any corner. Until this morning, there was at least one.
  • 390 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn, NY 11225, USA - City Council District 35
    no hot water since yesterday
  • 424 Eastern Pkwy Brooklyn, NY, 11225, USA - City Council District 35
    Black Nissan Maxima, 4-door, parked for months without plates. Reported to 311 again and again, but nothing happens.
  • 182-234 Montgomery St Brooklyn, NY, 11225, USA - City Council District 35
    Currently for the past 3-4 weeks there has been 2-4 squatters sleeping in the stairwell of 220 Montgomery Street on the 22nd floor. Management & Security have been made aware of this situation however they continue to keep coming back. Last week and today, as far as i know, the 71st Pct has been called out to have them removed but they continue to keep coming back. Management needs to work better on handling this situation before the worst outcome could possibly happen. Today when the cops spoke with the squatters and had them leave, they only walked them to the elevator but my concern/question is how do they know they left the premises or if they just took the elevator down to another floor and squatted on a lower floor until they felt the close was clear.
  • 41 Lincoln Rd Brooklyn, NY 11225, USA - City Council District 40
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  • 436 Eastern Pkwy Brooklyn, NY, 11225, USA - City Council District 35
    This has been an on-going problem in this building for several years. The super stores trash and construction supplies here for months at a time. And tenants throw away old furniture (including a mattress infested with bed bugs) here, and it remains for months until repeatedly reporting it to the city and fire department finally gets through to building management. Directly contacting management and Super have done nothing. It's only once they get fined that they do something. But the root of the problem is never resolved. The Super is Spanish-speaking, and always acts like he doesn't understand building rules and NYC law. Not sure what else to do, as it's been a full time job reporting these dangerous conditions month after month.