KFIR Dumpster, owned and operated by the St. Saviour's developers, has been leaving their yellow bins in parking lanes of city streets for weeks without permits and filled with debris. Two of these locations were in the vicinity of Linden Hill Cemetery. One of them was sitting next to a bus stop on Stanhope Street which is used by students from Grover Cleveland High School. This site also sits just outside Grover Cleveland Park. Another dumpster location was on Woodward Avenue, near the main entrance to Linden Hill Cemetery. The Department of Transportation was notified about these violations and contacted the company on November 25th. Upon follow up inspection 3 days later, the dumpsters had been removed. If you see these dumpsters parked anywhere in the area, please call us at (718) 651-5865.
Originally published in the December 2007 Juniper Berry Magazine
Developer dumps dumpsters in Ridgewood
Dumpster full of debris parked illegally
December 2007 Table of Contents
- JPCA Celebrates 70th Anniversary
- Business Spotlight: Village Gourmet
- St. Saviour's Timeline
- Maspeth's Gentleman Jim Moore
- Cell Phone Tower May Pose Hidden Health Hazards
- Community policing is our best hope
- A Dog Owner's Worst Nightmare
- DEP finally admits flooding responsibility
- Murder or an Accident?
- How the investigation would be handled today
- Kampermann's Korner: The Story of the Duplicitous Councilman
- Letters to the Editor
- JPCA Protests Mazeau Street's Illegal Houses
- Police Beat 104
- A View from the Tracks
- The New Absurd Times: Parks plants sidewalk trees while tearing down forests
- Life in the Fast Lane
- Developer drops housing plan for St. Saviour's
- Developer dumps dumpsters in Ridgewood
- Walgreens Has Arrived
- Councilman Dennis Gallagher: Working Hard (Against Us)
- What new zoning regulations will mean for you
The Juniper Berry magazine, first published in 1938 is an all-volunteer effort containing articles on crime prevention, neighborhood issues, meeting reports and notices, neighborhood history and photographs, guest articles, editorials and more.
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