The raids are a start, but not enough. Why does NYC government make it so easy for these businesses to open and operate? Perhaps there need to be stricter laws. Hold landlords responsible for allowing illegal activity on the premises; and what about the human trafficking aspect...or is that irrelevant because NYC is a sanctuary city?

Unfortunately this will be an ongoing issue if they keep issuing permits without checking on backgrounds and enforcing stricter rules and regulations for store permits and if they keep letting these people into the country. They also need to crack down on them buying homes and converting them so that they can rent or have more than the allotted number of people living in them. They also use illegal electric by attaching electric to light poles.

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October 18, 2017 / 5:02 PM
Quaglione's "barbarian" remark is disgusting.

How about closing the store up for the night. It seems like the most thinkable time to rob stores is after midnight. Do I really need that roll of toilet paper at 1pm or that pack of gum at 3am? Greedy store owners, probably a more greedier landlord which is why the store is even opened at that time of night.

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