Queens nabe makes BID to clean up

April 2012
Crain's New York Business;4/23/2012, Vol. 28 Issue 17, p0012
The article reports on the improvement of the surroundings at 82nd Street in New York City following the appointment of Seth Taylor as executive director in January 2012. It says that Taylor hired a new sanitation contractor to maintain the cleanliness of the street and collaborated with local businesses to return the area in working condition. It notes that Robert Walsh decided to appoint Taylor after he received complaints from local officials about sanitation problems in the area.


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