Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Williamsburg protestors denounce Manhattan trash. And all of its garbage too

Despite the fancy ideas about the city’s economic and political power moving towards Brooklyn, we still have to put up with a lot of Manhattan’s garbage, which is especially clear if you wind up in Williasmburg on weekends evenings. A group of concerned citizens have announced they’ve had enough of this shit and had a protest today asking Manhattan to keep their trash to themselves. And also to stop dumping their garbage in Williamsburg and Greenpoint. OK, so this isn’t actually the internecine warfare between boroughs that’s been prophesied. Instead, today’s rally in Williamsburg by O.U.T.R.A.G.E (Organization United for Trash Reduction & Garbage Equity), reported by Bedford + Bowery, was about the fact that Williamsburg and Greenpoint have a whopping 19 garbage dumps between them. Manhattan though, has zero, which as you might imagine, annoys Williamsburg and Greenpoint residents. So, OUTRAGE and City Council member Antonio Reynoso got together to… Read More


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