Roosevelt Island Roosevelt Landings Residents Thanked By Building Management Urban American For Providing Information On Illegal Activities In Apartments And Public Hallways - Will Continue To Improve Quality Of Life For Roosevelt Landings Residents Says UA
Residents of Roosevelt Island's Roosevelt Landings
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received the following notice
from their building management, Urban American, yesterday. According to the notice:
Dear ResidentsLast February, residents of Roosevelt Landings brought their concerns about quality of life issues, such as teens smoking and loitering in the hallways, to a meeting of the Roosevelt Island Residents Association (RIRA) Public Safety Committee and asked Roosevelt Island Operating Corp (RIOC) Public Safety Department Chief Jack McManus for assistance.
I'd like to thank all the Residents who came forward providing Management and the Police Department with information and personal observations regarding individuals in you building who engage in illegal activities.
We will continue to work with Public Safety and our Police Department to improve the "quality of life" for all our residents. Management is collecting camera images of those responsible for these activities and providing this footage to the NYPD.
It is important for our Resident's to understand that the smoking of illegal substances behind your closed doors or in public hallways will not be tolerated. For those Residents engaging in this activity, Management will consider the non-renewal of leases and report this behavior to the appropriate authorities, including City, State and Federal Agencies. We strongly encourage parents to monitor the behavior of their children and visitors.
Please know that all information provided to Management, Public Safety or NYPD is considered confidential.
Here's a portion of that discussion.
More of the discussion here.