Corona councilman announces historic investment in sanitation services across district

As part of his continued efforts to improve quality of life and combat the garbage issues that have tormented the neighborhoods hardest hit during the COVID-19 pandemic, City Councilman Francisco Moya announced he allocated $472,000 to the NYC Department of Sanitation.

Joined by DSNY Commissioner Edward Grayson at his district office, Moya highlighted the increase in the number of service hours across Corona, East Elmhurst, Jackson Heights and LeFrak City, for litter basket service and Manual Litter Patrol service to tackle illegal drop-offs, litter and illegal dumping in the community.

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