Quik Park finally speaks about Stuy Town garages with this memo

November 14, 2012

Dear Quik Park Customer,

We sincerely apologize for the inconveniences you may have experienced with your parking at PCVST due to Hurricane Sandy. While we work hard to bring the garages back to normal business operations, we wanted to provide you with some important information.

Garages 1, 2, 4, 5, and 6 are open however there will be limited availability until all damaged vehicles are removed.

Garage 3 will be closed indefinitely. Any customer previously assigned to Garage 3 should see the Manager in Garage 1 for reassignment options.

If your vehicle was located in Garages 2, 3, 4 or 5 during the storm, Quik Park will not charge you for November’s rent. If you already paid for November and your vehicle was located in Garages 2, 3, 4 or 5 during the storm, we will refund your monthly payment. If you have any questions about your bill please e-mail IZarytskyy@quikpark.net

Please report vehicle damage to your insurance carrier immediately if you have not done so already.

Quik Park is not responsible for any personal items damaged due to the storm.

All damaged vehicles must be towed from the garages by December 15, 2012. Please note all tow trucks must be below 6’8” in height for entry into the garages.

If your damaged vehicle is not removed by December 15, 2012, Quik Park will hire a towing company to remove the vehicle at the vehicle owner’s expense.

If your vehicle was damaged, and you already have a new replacement vehicle and wish to park in the garages, please see the Manager in Garage 1 for space options.

Self-parkers in Garages 1 and 6 will continue to be allowed to self-park; all self-parkers in Garage 2, 4 and 5 will temporarily be valeted by Quik Park staff due to the space constraints.

Beginning in mid December, Garages 2, 3, 4, and 5 will be power washed.

Please be aware of the following information made available to the public by the New York State Department of Health:

http://www.health.ny.gov/environmental/emergency/weather/hurricane/faq/docs/faqs.pdf.

Again we apologize for any inconveniences you may have experienced this month and we look forward to resuming normal business operations as soon and safely as possible.

If you have any questions, please e-mail info@quikpark.net or you can call 212-832-2066 ext 210 and 202.

 

Thank you for your cooperation and continued patronage.

 

QUIK PARK MANAGEMENT

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Letters to the Editor, Nov. 15

Clarification, please, on stock market stats

Re: Letter, “The undecided voter,” T&V, Nov. 1

I read Mr. Cappelletti’s letter and would ask him to clarify one of his 15 points.

Number seven reads “Comparing the stats of the stock market four years ago to the stats today, would you say the economy has improved?”

(Hint: ask those who invest in, or have their pensions invested in, the stock market.)

So I looked at the three New York City stocks that I own or have owned during that period:

Verizon is up 42.0 percent (today, November 8, 2012) since President Obama’s election on November 4, 2008.

Bristol Myers is up 57.3 percent and Con Ed is up 34.8 percent.

More important, at the time of President Obama’s election, the dividend yield was greater than 5 percent for each of them.

So if all of us had reinvested all of our investment monies and reinvested the dividends in these NYC juggernauts four years ago, we’d all be way ahead of the game.

Accordingly, can Mr. Cappelletti please be more specific about the stock market statistics he’s referring to because companies located in New Jersey and Connecticut made money for their stockholders during President Obama’s first term, too.

Billy Sternberg, ST

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