BP MARKOWITZ WELCOMES COMPLAINTS REGARDINGINADEQUATE SNOW REMOVAL IN BROOKLYNResidents receiving an unsatisfactory response from 311 have made concerns known to BP
In the aftermath of the recent storm, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz has received hundreds of calls and emails from constituents frustrated by their attempts to contact 311 and air their concerns. All complaints have been forwarded to the New York City Department of Sanitation. Brooklynites may continue to voice their concerns regarding snow removal by contacting the BP's office at 718-802-3777 or email@example.com
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
As of this afternoon at 3 PM.
Neighborhood blocks that haven't yet seen a snowplow. These were just a few I saw on a quick loop down Smith and back up on Court.
Just received this notice from Borough President Marty Parkowitz's office regarding the slow (read non-exisiting) plowing on Brooklyn side streets. He apparently welcomes our complaints. Great...Above are some of the unplowed streets I walked along this afternoon in Carroll Gardens and Boerum Hill. Marty, can you do something about this?