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Activists drape 'Refugees Welcome' banner on Statue of Liberty
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Activists drape 'Refugees Welcome' banner on Statue of Liberty

USA TODAY
Charles Ventura
Feb. 21, 2017

Activist scaled the Statue of Liberty and unfurled a red and white "Refugees Welcome" banner on Tuesday, just hours after the Department of Homeland Security unveiled its sweeping plan to deport undocumented immigrants across the U.S.

The banner, which measured 3 feet by 20 feet in length, was unrolled and dangled from the statue's observation deck, the National Park Service said. The banner was removed more than an hour later after it surfaced, the Associated Press reported, but not before images spread like wildfire on social media.

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According to CNN, an activist group called Alt Lady Liberty claimed responsibility for the banner. "?Almost all Americans have descendants from somewhere else," the group told CNN. "Immigrants and refugees make this country great. And turning away refugees, like we did to Anne Frank, does not make us great."

Alt Lady Liberty posted images of the banner on its Twitter account, with one caption reading: "The message of the Statue of Liberty is unmistakable."

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/na ... -welcome-banner/98225528/

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Re: Jersey City mayor-elect orders end to citywide reval
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Real Estate investors / speculators who claim to be concerned about fairness toward poorer people seem very disingenuous.

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Re: Music Box 7th and Monmouth
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So new liquor license?

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Light Rail suspended after high-pressure gas line ruptured by a contractor at Second & Warren
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Re: Is Street Sweeping back this Presidents Day - Monday 2/20/17
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Regular parking rules are in effect tomorrow, Tues, Feb 21, 2017

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NYTimes: Trade Center Tower Is Splashed With Graffiti, by Invitation
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https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/20/nyr ... rade-center-graffiti.html

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Trade Center Tower Is Splashed With Graffiti, by Invitation

New York Times
By JAMES BARRON
FEB. 20, 2017

Joohee Park, who goes by Stickymonger, used vinyl stickers to create “Cosmic Tower” on the 69th floor of 4 World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan. Several street artists were invited to create works on the floor. Credit Damon Winter/The New York Times
The 69th floor at 4 World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan has been hit by street artists. There is evidence of spray paint, stencils and wheat paste, clues that artists who go by names like Rubin 415, Stickymonger, Gumshoe and Layer Cake have been there.

The walls, and in one section the floor, pop with colors and shapes usually found at street level — surreal splashes here, images with phrases like “No Brain No Pain” there. There are Statues of Liberty with almost kaleidoscopic faces. There is a giant $10 bill composed of words that theatergoers would recognize from “Hamilton.”

But the art on the 69th floor is different from street art, and not just because it is indoors and several hundred feet above the street. It is different because none of it is illegal. It is different because the artists were not on the run, chased off by a landlord. In fact, the artists were invited by a creative consultant working for Larry Silverstein, the developer of the 72-story building.

The consultant, Robert Marcucci, called the result a “contradiction on all levels” — a “blend of both inner-city street art tension and fine-art meditation” in a corporate setting. It is art, he said, that reflects “the extremely stressed fabric of modern society that is evolving more and more each day.”

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To create it, he welcomed artists who work in eye-popping genres that once exasperated the establishment. Only a few are old enough to remember the 1970s, when street art and graffiti exploded in New York City. Since then street art, in particular, has moved away from its renegade roots. Now it claims mainstream respectability; galleries represent the artists and exhibitions put their work before the public.

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Robert Marcucci, left, a creative consultant, and Dara McQuillan, the chief marketing officer for Silverstein Properties, which developed the tower. Credit Damon Winter/The New York Times
And it was a gallery that pointed the artists to Mr. Marcucci. The idea for doing street art on the 69th floor started when Dara McQuillan, the chief marketing officer for Silverstein Properties, took some photographs to a nearby framing shop, the World Trade Gallery, which doubles as an exhibition space. Mr. McQuillan was intrigued by what he saw and struck up a conversation with the owner, Doug Smith.

“He said, ‘I’m curating these artists and I thought I’d offer them a space, but it’s small,’” Mr. McQuillan recalled. “I said, ‘Would they be interested in a bigger space?’ He came by and I took him up, and his eyes practically popped out of his head.”

A bigger space, in this case, meant wide. “A lot of artists are accustomed to 30 inches, 40 inches,” Mr. Smith said. “Street artists, they can do 30 feet.” Ron English’s “No Brain No Pain” is one inch wider than that. David Hollier’s “$10 Bill” is 23 feet 11 inches wide by 11 feet 8 inches high.

The floor’s south side evolved into a text side, with “$10 Bill” on a wall there. (It faces the graveyard at Trinity Church, Mr. Smith noted, where Alexander Hamilton is buried.) The east side of the floor became “more fine art,” Mr. Marcucci said, while the west side was “more of a graphic side, something akin to a graphic novel — fantasy, comic.”

One work — “In Bloom,” by David Uda, who is known as Duda — is a tribute to Sept. 11, Mr. Marcucci said.

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Sean Sullivan, left, and Joe LaPadula working on the 69th floor last week. Credit Damon Winter/The New York Times
For some artists, the 69th floor was a departure from their previous work spaces. Mr. English once wandered the streets with a bucket of glue, plastering paintings on billboards, and once he barely escaped an angry mob in Jersey City (which later gave him keys to the city). The 69th floor was quiet, and the artists had as much time as they wanted.

Another artist on the 69th floor, Sean Sullivan, said his street name, Layer Cake, came from his fascination with the way street art was made — layered over what was there before. For one of the Trade Center works on which he collaborated, Mr. Smith used images of people who had come before: the face of his grandfather, who, he said, “beat federal indictments, like, for running numbers.” Not pictured is his father, who he says is a detective on the New York Police Department’s bomb squad.

Angela China, known as Gumshoe, did three panels titled “Stripes and Stilettos.” Ms. China said she had wanted to do an image of a Campbell’s soup can with legs, similar to a mural she had created in Bushwick, Brooklyn. But she said it had not proved suitable for the 69th floor. “I heard through the grapevine, ‘Keep it very PG,’” she said.

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Mr. Marcucci said he had been concerned about content that could be seen as offensive, and had discouraged it in some cases. He also said he had worried that as the artists worked, the 69th floor would be the scene of soap-operatic dramas driven by egos and tempers. “But it didn’t turn into ‘Housewives of Beverly Hills’ or something,” he said. “I was actually shocked to see the camaraderie.” Mr. Marcucci also said he was intrigued to see “people crossing over into fine art from street art.”

Street art is often temporary, painted over fairly quickly. The 69th floor may be different.

Last week, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced that the music-streaming service Spotify was leasing space at 4 World Trade Center and would move its American headquarters there. The 378,000 square feet that it will occupy will include the 69th floor.

“It is our intention to keep as much of the images as we can,” said Graham James, a spokesman for Spotify, noting that several artists with creations on the floor had done work for Spotify. “We’ll be reaching out to all of the artists as we move forward with the design planning.”

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Re: Trump Our New President
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President Trump ripped into the fake news media and invited a huge supporter on stage. Very high energy rally!!


LOL

You're so pathetic and sad.


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Yes Mr TwoPoops, very well stated.

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Re: Is Street Sweeping back this Presidents Day - Monday 2/20/17
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Thanks -- but I saw that they later updated their twitter.

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Re: One of those sightseeing planes crashed in Bayonne today.
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Why don't you read some jackASS -- they mention vastly more than 6 accidents and who needs dangerous suburbanite joy riders and news copters endlessly flying around.

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Ha ha ha! You are so pitiful sometimes... 6 links to accidents over a 20 year span. Meanwhile, EVERY DAY there are car accidents, and often serious injuries and even deaths from those accidents. Where is your rage at the carnage heaped upon innocent victims and unsuspecting drivers, cyclists, pedestrians, motorcyclists, etc at the hands of careless drivers, drunks, etc?? Why not ban any and all motor vehicles?

Your irrational fear of a minuscule risk is downright laughable.

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Re: One of those sightseeing planes crashed in Bayonne today.
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Re: One of those sightseeing planes crashed in Bayonne today.
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Manhattan Plane Crash Kills Yankee Pitcher

New York Times
OCT. 12, 2006

Firefighters looked at the wreckage of the plane that crashed into a building on East 72nd Street, rattling nerves all over the Upper East Side with unwelcome reminders of other planes and other buildings.

A single-engine plane carrying the Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle smashed into a 42-story building on the Upper East Side yesterday, killing Mr. Lidle and his flight instructor, the authorities said.

The afternoon crash beneath overcast skies sent debris clattering hundreds of feet to the sidewalk and started a fire that destroyed several apartments and left a charred smudge on the face of the building.

Fourteen firefighters and four people in the building were injured, officials said, including a woman who had been in an apartment hit squarely by the plane and escaped the inferno, suffering burns.

The plane left Teterboro, in Bergen County, at 2:29 p.m., officials said.

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/10/12/nyregion/12crash.html

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Re: One of those sightseeing planes crashed in Bayonne today.
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They have to ban joy riding small planes and helicopters from the dense urban areas - this was a flight school -- and Airshows are even worse

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One of those sightseeing planes crashed in Bayonne today.
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Is Street Sweeping back this Presidents Day - Monday 2/20/17
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I can't find it on the web -- anyone know if Street Sweeping is back this Presidents Day - Monday 2/20/17

Thanks

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Re: ADOPTED RESCUE MASTIFF DOG ATTACKS, KILLS ELDERLY WOMAN IN QUEENS
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http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/b ... yc-home-article-1.2975850

Boy, 5, critically wounded after two pit bulls attacked him inside Brooklyn home: 'All of his left face was gone'

Jeremiah Riveria, 5, was attacked by pit bulls in his home on Riverdale Ave. in Brooklyn.

KERRY BURKE
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Saturday, February 18, 2017

A 5-year-old Brooklyn boy savagely mauled by at least one of his family’s pit bulls was in critical condition Friday night, authorities and relatives said.

The child, identified by neighbors as Jeremiah Rivera, was inside his home on Riverdale Ave. near Georgia Ave. in East New York when he was attacked at about 6:45 p.m., officials said.

“I did the best I could to help that baby. I ran in there. It was so horrific. The baby was lying on the floor in a pool of blood and body matter,” witness Lloyd McCammon told the Daily News.

“All of his left face was gone. He couldn’t breathe. I pressed a towel to his face but there was nothing left,” McCammon, 39, said.

Jeremiah was fighting for his life in the intensive care unit at Long Island Jewish Hospital Friday night, where his uncle said he was waiting for surgery.

“The only thing that’s saving him is a tube in his throat that’s stopping blood from going into his lungs,” the uncle said.

Medics had first rushed the boy to Brookdale University Hospital, but he was later transferred, police said.

The boy lived in a first floor apartment with his father, Joel Rivera, mother, two brothers and baby sister, neighbors said.

After the attack, Jeremiah’s father, ran out of the house screaming “Oh God!” witnesses said.

He then sprinted after medics as they wheeled away his wounded son. He collapsed on the sidewalk after first responders pulled him away from a waiting ambulance.

Neighbors said Jeremiah’s father had taken him on a walk with the two dogs just days earlier.

“I told him to be careful with the dogs,” said McCammon, who lives across the street.

Another neighbor said he did not know the pit bulls to be violent.

“I’ve never seen the dogs jump with anybody. They were good dogs. They don’t even bark,” said Tarell Williams, 40, who owns a pit bull himself.


He said Jeremiah was famous in the neighborhood for the smile he nearly always had on his face.

“It’s sad. I’ve known Jeremiah since he was in Pampers,” Williams said. “My wife calls him her little boyfriend.”

The child’s family had kept the dogs inside cages in the apartment’s kitchen, a cop source said.

Animal Care and Control took custody of both dogs and moved them to a site in Manhattan.

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Re: Jersey City mayor-elect orders end to citywide reval
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Re: Jersey City mayor-elect orders end to citywide reval
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The reval delay is responsible for the real estate boom? More like the NYC boom is pushing people out to JC.


No, you missed my point. The delay has really begun to help prices balance more -- and if it could be put off a few more years it seems likely that a truer value map could be determined.

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Re: Jersey City mayor-elect orders end to citywide reval
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The great thing about the reval delay is that it has begun to give other areas of JC a chance to catch up with the price increases first seen in the Waterfront & Downtown areas. Just look at the prices in the areas all around Journal Square -- and also look at the prices for much of the Heights - now even Greenville has begun to really shoot up in the last year or two! It is a shame the reval can't be put off just a few more years! But phasing in increases would be the best thing to do!

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Re: Hot Water
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Looking to see what the legal minimum temperature should be. Landlord is being shady about the lack of hot water.


The standard bathtub, which measures 60 inches long by 30 inches wide, holds approximately 35 to 50 gallons of water.

Fill your bath with only hot water and see when the hot water runs out -- should be at 30 or 40 gallons depending on your hot water heater size.

The recovery time is the time the water heater takes to reheat its entire supply of water, and depends on whether the heater is a gas or electric model. A gas water heater will recover in half the time of an electric unit. A 40-gallon gas water heater can recover in about an hour. Recovery for a 40-gallon electric water heater takes about two hours.

BTW - you will think you have hot water in 20 minutes but it is just the small amount of newly made hot water at the top of you hot water heater (not much) and it will not last very long in use.

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Re: Hot Water
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Brewster is correct - the max is 120 F. at the tap -- to protect small children -- but sadly this is too low for legionnaires.

https://www.osha.gov/dts/osta/otm/legionnaires/hotwater.html

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Re: Jersey City mayor-elect orders end to citywide reval
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Most on here who want the reval are real estate speculators who bought buildings in the last 10 years and got good deals because the taxes were a bit high and now they want to get a brake on those taxes.

Please stop acting like you want to help the poor.

GP, you usually don't post this silly. Any RE professional who buys an overtaxed building immediately appeals the tax. It's the uneducated homeowners who are getting ripped off.


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As any RE investor (like yourself) knows -- it is hard to get RE taxes reduced much beyond whatever the comps are for your RE investment area (ie. The Heights).


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Re: Woman dies falling off escalator inside famed World Trade Center Oculus while reaching to grab hat
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Why are you so invested in shaming a dead person?


I'm with Mr. TwoPoops on this.

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Re: Jersey City mayor-elect orders end to citywide reval
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Most on here who want the reval are real estate speculators who bought buildings in the last 10 years and got good deals because the taxes were a bit high and now they want to get a brake on those taxes.

Please stop acting like you want to help the poor.


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Re: ADOPTED RESCUE MASTIFF DOG ATTACKS, KILLS ELDERLY WOMAN IN QUEENS
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LONG ISLAND CITY, Queens (WABC) -- An elderly woman from Queens was killed and her son with special needs was mauled by the dog she was planning to turn in.

Louise Herminda, 75, was planning to return the dog, a mastiff, Monday because it was too aggressive and uncontrollable, neighbors said.

...Neighbor John Brien said the same dog attacked a neighbor's dog 10 days ago while being walked on a leash. He said the mastiff went after a small terrier and wouldn't let go.

"He just pounced on it and started chewing it like a rag doll," Brien said. "It started ripping it to bits. We tried to jump in, the owner of the white dog got bit on the hand."

Herminda's next-door neighbor, Rosa Ortiz, said that attack was what led Herminda to decide to get rid of the dog...


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it was reported elsewhere yesterday that they planned on returning the dog to the shelter due to aggression issues on Monday- awful timing

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Re: Jersey City mayor-elect orders end to citywide reval
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That would be great to have an adjustment period.

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Has anyone heard that any tax increase from the reval would be stepped in over 5 yrs? I was told this the other day but can't find info on it.


There was talk of getting the state Legislature to OK that but I do not believe the city can legally do it.

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Queens Woman, 75, Dies After Being Bitten by Her Dog

By JOHN SURICO
FEB. 13, 2017
New York Times

The house in Long Island City, Queens, where Louise Hermida, 75, was fatally attacked by one of her dogs early on Monday. Credit Brian Harkin for The New York Times
For as long as her neighbors in Long Island City, Queens, could recall, Louise Hermida was surrounded by dogs.

Ms. Hermida, 75, and two sons were often seen walking packs of dogs in the neighborhood, and she kept several at her home on 27th Street, Rosa Ortiz, a neighbor, said.

Ms. Ortiz said that none of the dogs had ever caused a problem, until two weeks ago when a large mastiff bit a dog from across the street.

Still, Ms. Ortiz, 36, said she was surprised by a panicked visit from Ms. Hermida’s son shortly after midnight on Monday.

The son, who lived with Ms. Hermida, said that her dog had bitten her and that she needed help, Ms. Ortiz said.

Ms. Ortiz said she called 911, then waited outside her neighbor’s two-story house until an ambulance arrived.

She and emergency personnel found Ms. Hermida in the basement, bloodied, with bite marks all over her torso and arms, Ms. Ortiz said.

“I almost fainted when I saw her,” she said.

When police officers arrived at 12:58 a.m., Ms. Hermida was unresponsive, and was taken to NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead at 6 a.m. Monday, the police said.

The dog had been penned in a back room in the basement by Ms. Hermida’s son, whom it had bitten on the leg, Ms. Ortiz said. He was treated for wounds that were not life-threatening, the police said.

Ms. Ortiz said most of the dogs Ms. Hermida had were small breeds that had been adopted from a local shelter.

Animal Care Centers of NYC said by email on Monday afternoon that the mastiff was adopted almost six years ago when it was about a year old. The organization confirmed that the dog was at its Manhattan Care Center but declined to “comment further because of the legal nature of the case.”

The dog was known on the block for its aggression, neighbors said.

“I always tried to keep my distance,” Luis Tejada, 52, said. “I have a Pomeranian Shih Tzu, and I didn’t want to go near it.”

Mr. Tejada, who has lived in this quiet section of Long Island City since the early 1970s, said Ms. Hermida had lived in the house for more than 30 years, and owned dogs for as long as he could remember.

Ms. Hermida had retired after working at a research facility in Manhattan, a neighbor said.

Ms. Ortiz said she had known Ms. Hermida, whom she called Ms. Louise, for five years.

“She didn’t talk to many people, but she talked to me,” Ms. Ortiz said. “I told her everything that was going on in my life. She was my friend.”

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/13/nyr ... tten-by-her-dog.html?_r=0

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ADOPTED RESCUE MASTIFF DOG ATTACKS, KILLS ELDERLY WOMAN IN QUEENS
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LONG ISLAND CITY, Queens (WABC) -- An elderly woman from Queens was killed and her son with special needs was mauled by the dog she was planning to turn in.

The incident happened just after midnight Monday at their home on 27th Street near 38th Avenue in Long Island City.

Louise Herminda, 75, was planning to return the dog, a mastiff, Monday because it was too aggressive and uncontrollable, neighbors said. But she apparently waited too long.

The dog attacked Herminda, causing what police described as trauma to her upper torso area. She was pronounced dead at New York Presbyterian Hospital at around 6 a.m.

Herminda's 39-year-old son, who has autism, was also mauled in the attack. He suffered non-life threatening injuries to his lower-left leg.

Neighbor John Brien said the same dog attacked a neighbor's dog 10 days ago while being walked on a leash. He said the mastiff went after a small terrier and wouldn't let go.

"He just pounced on it and started chewing it like a rag doll," Brien said. "It started ripping it to bits. We tried to jump in, the owner of the white dog got bit on the hand."

Herminda's next-door neighbor, Rosa Ortiz, said that attack was what led Herminda to decide to get rid of the dog.

She said she was the first one to get to the house after the attack, and described the scene as horrifying.

"When I saw her there, it broke my heart," Ortiz said. "She was all bloodied. Her head, her arms. It was really bad. It was a tragedy."

The dog was sedated by NYPD ESU officers and is now in the custody of Animal Care and Control of New York City.

Animal Care and Control said the dog was adopted from them almost 6 years ago when it was about 1-year-old at the time. The dog is currently at ACC's Manhattan Care Center.

Neighbors said the mastiff was one of up to 10 dogs living in the basement of the home.

"When you put a large group of dogs together they have to be watched very carefully to make sure they aren't attacking one another and they really need to be under proper supervision," said Jean Shafiroff, an animal advocate and ambassador with the American Humane Society.

http://abc7ny.com/news/aggressive-dog ... -woman-in-queens/1752073/

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Stay classy, JCList!


Great advice coming from someone with a name like TwoPoops. I bet if it was a poor JC kid who did this -- you'd be singing a different tune.

BTW, if her blood level was very high - can the bar she was last at be sued?

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N.J. woman pretended to be a superhero on Oculus escalator before falling to her death

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Sunday, February 12, 2017, 9:37 PM

The New Jersey woman who fell to her death from an escalator at the Oculus transit hub was apparently horsing around on the handrail, mimicking a superhero before she lost her balance, a source said Sunday.

Officials who saw video of the tragic accident said victim Jenny Santos, 29, fell 34 feet early Saturday after laying prone on the banister of the escalator with her arms spread-eagle, like she was pretending to be flying, the source said.

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Re: Up to 3" of Snow likely 2/8 (Wed night into Thursday)
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Bronx County

Bronx, 6.4 inches, 9:33 a.m.
Kings County

Bedford-Stuyvesant, 10 inches, 12:17 p.m.
West Brighton, 6 inches, 10:15 a.m.
Gravesend, 4.1 inches, 9:20 a.m.
Clinton hill, 8.5 inches, 3:10 p.m.
Marcus Garvey Village, 6.4 inches, 1:45 pm
Fort Hamilton, 6.4 inches, 2 p.m.
New York County

Central Park, 9 inches, 1:00 p.m.
Manhattan, 6 inches, 10:45 a.m.
Queens County

Fresh Meadows, 13.2 inches, 1:50 p.m.
Queens Village, 12 inches, 2:54 a.m.
Kew Gardens, 11.5 inches, 2:30 p.m.
1 WSW Walden Terrace, 10.6 inches, 3:16 p.m.
LaGuardia, 9.5 inches, 1 p.m.
Oakland Gardens, 9 inches, 12:30 p.m.
Ridgewood, 8.9 inches, 12 p.m.
Maspeth, 8 inches, 2:45 p.m.
JFK, 7.4 inches, 1 p.m.
Little Neck, 6 inches, 9:30 a.m.

http://patch.com/new-york/new-york-ci ... e-stuff-has-fallen-so-far

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