Pardon the bluntness, but it needs to be said and it needs to be that shocking.
This morning I took a walk from the Oval to 23 Street, through Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village. As I walked I came across five areas of dog turds or dog turd splats (dog turds already stepped on). Five. And I didn't deviate from my walk, so I wasn't walking through the many other areas of the complex.
Here's the evidence:
To make matters worse, two reports came to the TA Facebook that HUMAN TURDS were left in the lobby of a building and in an elevator. Yes, human shit. And today we received a report of a plastic bag filled with stinking shit of some kind left in the stairwell of a building.
This is what living here has come to. We are overwhelmed by dog shit and human shit. I've walked through the projects on the Lower East Side and haven't come across the amount of shit laying on the ground as I've come across here. And now we have people taking a crap in lobbies and elevators.
To you who are newbies to ST/PCV, let me assure you that Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village was NEVER like this. NEVER. And a message to the person who thinks the rain cleans it all away.
Perhaps if it were a deluge, but otherwise it turns turds into mud pies, as I've seen when passing one of the areas above after the rain in the afternoon.
Congratulations, CWCapital and CompassRock, on a splendid job excellently done! You surely must be proud of the way you are managing this complex.
UPDATE 9/14, Sunday Morning:
On the east side of the 20th St Loop, this morning. I guess this is what some dog owners consider "curbing your dog"... on the sidewalk... Of course, the law requires a pick up of these turds.
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