is currently on a winter hiatus here on the Bowery between Third Street and Fourth Street.
no one is around to mind the store on a full-time basis... as such, a neighbor left a sign on the door asking the bar-restaurant to clean up its curbside dining space...
... seen worse, but...
This has been a common complaint among some residents when a bar or restaurant temporarily closes... who's taking care of the curbside space... and, in some cases, if the venue closes, who's responsible to take down the structure... ?
Agree - you as an owner or a business just leave and not take care of your outside space. For one these outside spaces take up valuable parking spots, plus it is now a lure for homeless camps to set up. Get it together owners.
A few times in recent weeks I've seen one of the owners walking around the surrounding neighborhood while taking photos/videos of other outdoor setups. Why not take care of your own spot??
so many probs with these structures... guess a necessary evil for the time being.
Check out the enclosure in front of Lucy's on Ave A! I don't know how some homeless person managed to fill it with SO MUCH junk in such a short time! It's a bit scary and the snow-rain-sleat tomorrow will make it that much more special,
@anon 10:09: if the parking spots are valuable how come they’re free?
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