I am getting tired of no one addressing the issue of all these churches popping up all of a sudden. I have lived in Bayside for 30 years and I think we should have housing around here, not more churches.
There has been a huge vacant lot on Northern Boulevard only two blocks down from Francis Lewis Boulevard that has been vacant for about 20 years.
Instead of that lot being used as a church lot, these churches are taking over houses. These are good houses that should be sold to people, not religious organizations.
There are more than 8 million people in this city and not much room. The last thing Bayside needs is more churches taking up good houses.
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