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Riverview Condominium at Collage Point

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Eli Weiss

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Anybody here have the condo info. can't find anything on ACRIS.....

Oh and sorry if I have woken anybody in here, this forum has been sleeping for some time.
 

Tony V

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Anybody here have the condo info. can't find anything on ACRIS.....

Oh and sorry if I have woken anybody in here, this forum has been sleeping for some time.

No info on the condo. As for the forum being asleep, we were just tring to let the rest of the States catch up to us in threads/posts..
 

Eli Weiss

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Oh and I just found this shocking info while Googling, Should I mention this?

The largest of the petroleum puddles found in the JTR investigation was a massive, circular spill between 13 feet and 16 feet beneath the surface that stretched at least two dozen feet in diameter and pressed up against the condos at Riverview

When pressed to see if she would like to see further testing done at Riverview, she then cited concerns over the value of her home.

"I don't think anyone's going to go for that because of their property values," she said, although she later changed her mind. "It's a tough call because it's between your money and the health of your kids. If they could test and we could see if there's anything, of course I'd like to know."

"You name it, and that fill went in there," said Joan Vogt, executive director of the Northeastern Queens Nature and Historical Preserve. "There was fly ash from a Con Ed plant. There was everything."

"These people in Riverview live on contaminated soil," said Cervino, "and they're not doing anything about it."

http://www.timstelloh.com/college.htm
 
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Tony V

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Nice catch.....
 

Eli Weiss

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Nice catch.....

Yeah, I feel like taking a blood test, just for the hour I was there....

Oh, now I understand why that kid was coughing so hard....
 

Eli Weiss

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Thank You James Micozzi for your help behind the scenes...

Eli
 

Kevin Mc

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"These people in Riverview live on contaminated soil," said Cervino, "and they're not doing anything about it."

Same can be said for most of Williamsburg and LIC waterfront development. Can anyone say "Superfund"?
 

Kevin Mc

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Oh Kevin, you know too much.....:rof:.....

Spent my early years on N.11th and Bedford diagonally across from a paint factory (Superfund Site). Still have family and friends there and spend half my work week there. My buddy sold his warehouse on N.5th and Berry last year for $7 million to a developer. Word to the wise, don't drink the water.
 
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