, the , Astoria Houses Residents Association, , , and are joining forces to try and clean up our neighborhood!!!!!!
Nothing reflects the quality of a neighborhood more than cleanliness!
“I’m excited to work with OANA, the Family Church, Astoria Houses Residents Association, and our local partners to ensure our neighborhood stays clean,” said Council Member Costa Constantinides, District 22. “A clean street can do wonders for the overall health of a community, which is why we sometimes must step up to make that happen.”
Currently the Sanitation Department will not clean streets unless we accept 4 times per week. (Twice on each side). We are not asking that Sanitation clean every street. We feel that this is up to the residents of each street. But what we are asking is that the default be 2 times per week (Once on each side). This gives residents an incentive to ask for street cleaning!
Another added benefit to street cleaning is that we will stop the parking of cars for extended periods of time. Residents lose precious parking spots! We should not be the long term parking lot for NYC!
Noon: Meet for lunch and instructions at Family Church (Lunch Donated by Latino Employee Resource Network.
1:30 PM: Start Cleanup!!! Everyone will be assigned different streets.
3:30 PM: meet at The Family Church discuss results, next steps, and media outreach.
Old Astoria Neighborhood Association
Councilman Costa Constantanides
Borough President Melinda Katz
State Senator Michael Gianaris
Assemblyperson Aravella Simotas
Astoria Houses Residents Association
R and R General Supply
Latino Employee Resource Network
The Historic St George Episcopal Church
Friends of Whitey Ford Field
Arcadia Bar and Kitchen
Renaissance Event Hall
Welling Court Mural Project
Bags, brooms, and gloves donated by R and R General Supply!
Please RSVP To email@example.com and put “Street Cleanup” as the subject. We need to get an idea of attendees to make sure we have enough supplies.
We hope you join us for this important event. THERE IS STRENGTH IN NUMBERS!