A Bayside Hills civic leader began fighting the city Department of Sanitation last week after several residents in the quiet community were warned by the agency last month to remove portable curbside basketball hoops from the streets in front of their homes.
Jerry Iannece, president of the Bayside Hills Civic Association, said that while most of his neighbors removed the basketball hoops after a DOS inspector issued the warnings last month, he refused to comply.
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