We the undersigned are in favor of an injunction pending a public hearing and determination with respect to the adverse and destabilizing social and economic impact on the surrounding neighborhood of opening an ex-prisoner and drug addict treatment facility at 2 Washington Street, in downtown Manhattan.
i do not want an addiction treatment center near here. it will make walking alone dangerous.
i do not want an adiction treatment center near here. it will make walking alone dangerous.
katherine flores7 months ago Comments: We live right on Morris between Washington & West. This is a building FULL of children and families. In fact, a neighborhood full of children and families. There's a preschool right on Washington street. This street is like an alley and a treatment center would be better served on a busy city block where there are lots of people walking around and businesses. This is residential other than the preschool. NOT a good place for a treatment center.
Sarah Cassell, United States12 months ago Comments: Too many young children and teenagers on the streets due to the close proximity of schools and parks, combined with not enough police patrolling (the officers stay at their designated spots near the site and the museum and DO NOT move) and the no end in sight construction in the immediate area, combine to make 2 Washington Street a terrible location for the population this facility will be servicing. This is a heavily residential area with a large number of schools. The elected officials tasked with keeping our community safe need perhaps to take a tour of our neighborhood, as clearly they are unfamiliar with it.
Justine , United States12 months ago Comments: -
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