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This shit is getting out of hand. That looks like hipshit storage, would rather spend the money on pop up 12 dollar burgers and fancy bourbon. Probably rode the train with it tooAnd other eyesores and inappropriate things are shopping carts filled with garbage, hand trucks and even app delivery bikes, there are way to many and they hog all the space and lock their bikes to each other, it looks like a junkyard. And most racks are actual junkyards, a lot of abandoned, pulverised from bad vehicle parking, and disassembled parts wheels and frames.
Wait, look at what locked to the other bike rack in the first picture. That's not a bike either, it's just a bike frame someone abandoned and didn't bother to remove. There are dozens, maybe hundreds of these zombie bikes and frames that just sit there' for years, slowly getting stripped for parts while blocking others from using the bike racks. That's a much bigger problem than some vendor using a bike rack overnight for storage.
I can't be sure because the Grievestrator has Sunday off - thanks arrow unions! - but it looks more like a LinkNYC kiosk to me.
with all respect, Nice Rack, that table has been there for months without being moved, its not "some vendor using a bike rack overnight".
If anyone over there wants to use the bike rack for a bike, call 311, and the city will send someone to remove this stuff.
It's been chained up there for the last three to four weeks actually.
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