2004-12-16 / Letters/Opinion

What’s Your Opinion?

Responses compiled and photographed by Bill O

“I approve of it. Every neighborhood has to have low-income residents. That’s how we help low-income people. That’s how they get to live in every neighborhood.”
Louie Leonidou, Canarsie“I approve of it. Every neighborhood has to have low-income residents. That’s how we help low-income people. That’s how they get to live in every neighborhood.” Louie Leonidou, Canarsie Question: Do you object to, or support, the proposed building plan for East 105 Street and Farragut Road, which is scheduled to be a permanent housing facility for low income residents? Why?


“Yes, I support it. Whatever number of people are in that low-income housing, that’s one less person that will be out on the street homeless. Homelessness is a blight on the community, so the low-income housing helps out a lot. 
Latoya Johnson, Canarsie“Yes, I support it. Whatever number of people are in that low-income housing, that’s one less person that will be out on the street homeless. Homelessness is a blight on the community, so the low-income housing helps out a lot. Latoya Johnson, Canarsie“I think that’s good. Some people from the Breukelen Housing might want to move over there. Everybody needs it. It’s very difficult to live in this city, so people need help.”
Melissa Daniels, Canarsie“I think that’s good. Some people from the Breukelen Housing might want to move over there. Everybody needs it. It’s very difficult to live in this city, so people need help.” Melissa Daniels, Canarsie“Well, I support it — having people have a place to live, some shelter. Otherwise, people would be out on the street, homeless. Nobody needs that.” 
Leonard Anthony, Canarsie“Well, I support it — having people have a place to live, some shelter. Otherwise, people would be out on the street, homeless. Nobody needs that.” Leonard Anthony, Canarsie

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