Southern Brooklyn

Photo: Someone Move This Stripped Car Already!

Photo courtesy of Esfir Neyman

We received this photo and a message from SBites reader Esfir Neyman:

We have a stripped vehicle on Emmons Ave for over a month. Reported to 311 – nothing is being done.  In addition we have cars parked without plates on Emmons between E 26 and E 27th streets which we reported to the city as well, but they are still there.

It’s been a while since we’ve received a stripped car e-mail, which I hope means the situation is improving. Now let’s see if someone trucks the cars Esfir writes about away. Best of luck.

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  1. Hey Ned…I see stripped cars quite often in my neighborhood around Gravesend/Coney Island area…just dont feel like taking pictures

  2. I live on Coyle St. Since our underground garage has yet to be repaired following Sandy, parking on our block is at a premium. I reported two vehicles with out of state plates to the Community Affairs Officer at the 6-1 Pct. They’ve been parked on our block since before the hurricane. At first he didn’t want to take down the information, but he did reluctantly after I told him that two officers in a radio car had told me to call him. He mentioned that the information is given to a towing company who will watch the said vehicles for 72 hours and of they’re not moved they would be towed. Guess what? They’re still on the block. Any suggestions Ned?

  3. The city is leaving it there to give more tickets to, the mayor needs the cash to help with the greater good stopping those evil soda peddlers…80)


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