On Wednesday, September 26th, the City will hold a public meeting to solicit input on their plans to close Rikers and move prisoners to community jails. At this meeting, learn more about what your neighbors are saying and share your concerns with the Mayor’s office and other elected officials.
As the population of the City continues to grow, so will the prison population.  Once Kew Gardens is at capacity, where else will the City target?  At a cost of over $30 Billion, which equates to $6 Million per cell, can the City afford this price tag?   Wouldn’t the money be better spent on fixing our failing schools, public transportation, housing and mental health for the homeless and our decaying infrastructure? 
Please take the time to attend this important meeting.  Let your members know how important it is to speak up NOW.  I’ve attach information on the Riker’s closure.  Please read and forward to your friends and neighbors.  The silent majority must speak out before it is too late. Attend this public meeting and voice your concerns.

Borough of Queens, September 26, 2018, 6:00 PM
Queens Borough Hall
120-55 Queens Boulevard, Kew Gardens, NY 11424  

Look how our elected officials screwed us over with this problematic homeless shelter in our community


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