2004-06-11 / Community

Junkers Towed From Belle Harbor Blight

Junkers Towed From Belle Harbor Blight


Democratic District Leader Lew Simon holds a letter from the owner of 130-04 Cronston Avenue authorizing him to remove two decaying automobiles from the driveway of the long abandoned property. Tow operator Joe McGoorty, left, of Rockaway Beach Auto Salvage, removed both autos last Thursday afternoon.Democratic District Leader Lew Simon holds a letter from the owner of 130-04 Cronston Avenue authorizing him to remove two decaying automobiles from the driveway of the long abandoned property. Tow operator Joe McGoorty, left, of Rockaway Beach Auto Salvage, removed both autos last Thursday afternoon.
McGoorty had to use a power winch to drag the second vehicle, which was shrouded by overgrown weeds and tree branches, out of the driveway.McGoorty had to use a power winch to drag the second vehicle, which was shrouded by overgrown weeds and tree branches, out of the driveway.

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