James Smoltz



October, 2022

Recent Activity

Supported a comment by Stacy Mulligan on Innovation QNS 1 month, 1 week ago
Stacy Mulligan
Green space should be your top priority. You want to help the mentally distressed, they have no tree to rest their weariness under. You want kids to perform better in academia, they’re lungs and brains are pollute without oxygen. You want small business to come to the area, you need green to inspire their imagination, their pride. Also you need a janitorial plan bc no area no matter how pretty is not pleasant with plastic garbage all around. You need to include anti littering to your community outreach programs.
Supported a comment by Elizabeth Langdon on Innovation QNS 1 month, 1 week ago
Supported a comment by David W Crawford on Innovation QNS 1 month, 1 week ago
David W Crawford
Would like bus and bike lanes between Northern Blvd and Ditmars Blvd, and an end to double parking. Add a few parklets (each is a 0.2 acre park) with trees.
Supported a comment by Jo L. on Innovation QNS 1 month, 1 week ago
Jo L.
I think it is very important.
Supported a comment by Katie G on Innovation QNS 1 month, 1 week ago
Katie G
I think it’s good for mental health. I always go to the park near me to reset. Nyc is a crock pot of stress cooking everyone. Visually we need to have a space to escapee to
Commented on Innovation QNS 1 month, 1 week ago
More greenspace and places to sit are incredibly important - New York City has spent the last 30 years stripping the city of places to sit and unwind in public spaces, using homeless and houseless individuals as an excuse. Not only is that a poor excuse, but it impacts the character of the neighborhood.