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Friday, September 28, 2012

There are NO pressurized walls in Stuy Town

Don't forget that.

Photo taken 9/28 between 4:30-5pm, at the 20th St. Loop.

20 comments:

Not Bud Perrone said...

They take illegal, fire prone walls very seriously.

Anonymous said...

I saw a forklift unloading a big stack of tin 2x4's (used for pressure walls), outside 522 E 20th this afternoon.

Anonymous said...

Just go to the Buildings Dept web site, go on the Building Information System, select Manahttan block 978 Lot 1 or Block 972 Lot (ST and PCV) pick out a building and select permits. You will see tons of them for pressureized walls.

Anonymous said...

Has FDNYinspected this dump lately? As in thoroughly inspected with no kickbacks involved?

Anonymous said...



Funny how FDNY never comes this way eh? hmmmmm

Stuy Town Reporter said...

Something must have happened either last night or in the early morning at our favorite cafe. Cop cars, Stuy Town Public Safety. Two cop cars are still there.

Anonymous said...

Maybe somebody choked on the stale crusts? Any ambulances there?

Tommyboy said...

I saw the commotion at the Oval Cafe, the were posting in the ground a no dogs sign.
I guess they have been turning the living rooms into bedrooms and replacing it with the dining room and French Doors. If this is illegal, why?

Stuy Town Reporter said...

Tommy, I swear you don't make sense a lot.

Anonymous said...

The NYPD has been in the Oval several nights this week. They were checking the study one night and there was loud moaning coming from the cafe area another night. I can't see anything there at night with the jungle plants so I try not to pass through.

Anonymous said...

"Tommy, I swear you don't make sense a lot."

Agreed. Thanks for the chuckle, STR.

Stuy Town Reporter said...

>>The NYPD has been in the Oval several nights this week. They were checking the study one night and there was loud moaning coming from the cafe area another night.<<

Well, something has been happening in Stuy Town lately and I do hope we'll find out.

Anonymous said...

So ofcourse the pressurized wall people are also showing up now in vans without signage.

Lmao

Anonymous said...

On Sep 5 I submitted a complaint...to know if the partition put up in an apt on our floor was legal, Going on 1 month. So far there's been no inspection.

Stuy Town Reporter said...

Let us know if you do hear anything.

Anonymous said...

Do you really think that management gives a rat's ass about what anybody on this blog says?

They'll do what they want as long as they want considering the fact that they have the police, fire department and politicians in their pocket.

You can rant all you want but unfortunately all the noise will fall on deaf ears.

Stuy Town Reporter said...

>>Do you really think that management gives a rat's ass about what anybody on this blog says?<<

Yes. There have been some changes, even if relatively minor, that have occurred after problems have been mentioned here and elsewhere. But on the bigger issues, no. Yet that doesn't mean we remain quiet.

Anonymous said...

"Do you really think that management gives a rat's ass about what anybody on this blog says?"

Remaining silent surely is not the solution.



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Eric said...

I'm being told that Stuy Town is longer removing pressurized walls either. Does anybody know it that's true and if they have the right to refuse?