Is Making Sure That There Are
No Broken Tail Lights US1
The State DOT Says To 20,000 Cars A Day Go Up And Down US1 (Putnam Avenue).
Just Look At What They See When They Enter The Town Of Greenwich And The Village Of Byram.
The Place Is A Dump.
If you look to the right you will see a man who rides a bike from Port Chester to drink all day long.
He doesn't drink from an open container in Port Chester, because he would be locked up.
Every school day he drinks in front of Byram children as they get on and off their school busses.
I don't want to show a picture of him, because he suffers from an illness.
However, here is the mess he leaves.
I have personally went down to the vest pocket or gateway park and cleaned this mess up many times.
If you look to the you will see the Welcome Sign covered with gang wittings.
It sure is hard for Byram School children to say no to gangs, when they think that DPW workers or the police are too scared to remove the gang symbols.
This gang related witting is
killing business in Byram.
Greenwich residents from Old Greenwich, Riverside and the Back Country just are not used to shopping in areas marked by criminal gangs tags.
But if you don't like this little vest pocket park, then go across the street there is a another park with a historic house that is used as drug or crack house.
It sure is hard for school children just to say no to drugs when they see druggies right across the street from their bus stop.
But don't worry the Byram Police Officer is just a few blocks down on US1 checking for burned out tail lights.
Meanwhile, at night cars parked on Byram streets are having their windows smashed, mirrors knocked off and tires slashed.