I see "the laws" disregarded all the time, despite the increased visible presence of PS officers. This morning, I saw, and took photos of, a mattress thrown out that is not properly wrapped for bedbugs. This mattress is different than the mattress I saw yesterday.
Also, what gives with placing a no-dog sign INSIDE the garden instead of near the fountain? The way it reads now (and there are two of these signs inside the garden), it can mean that a dog is not allowed in the garden. I've already seen infractions because the signs do not say what I think they mean. Unless this no-dog at the fountain rule has been discarded, the signs are not doing what they are supposed to be doing. Why is it that Management or Public Safety or anybody who works for Blackstone is not aware of this immediately?
I found this interesting and amusing and, unfortunately, predictable.
Here is a screen shot from Town & Village:
According to Town & Village, this photo was taken at the Stuyvesant Town flea market. When was that? It was April 21st. When was election? April 24th. Aside from the assistant, who is also proclaiming Epstein to be a candidate? Who should not be in Stuyvesant Town proclaiming with buttons and pamphlets any political candidate?
STR himself saw Epstein workers inside Stuyvesant Town on Election Day. Who was near those workers and did not say anything until STR said something? Epstein and our new councilperson, Keith Powers.
The message is: NO ONE CARES. At least those in authority.