Queens councilman introduces a series of bills concerning quality-of-life issues

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Councilman Robert Holden introduced 16 bills at a New York City Council meeting on Thursday, April 14, that would improve the everyday quality of life for his constituents and residents throughout the city.  

The series of bills concerns noise, sidewalk obstruction, film shooting disruptions and more. 

“With the trend of legalizing or ignoring, and thereby normalizing, behaviors that diminish our city’s quality of life and lead to the bigger crime we are seeing on the rise every day, it’s time to take measures to bring balance to living in New York City,” Holden said. 

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