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Verizon On the Horizon? Praying For a Miracle On Seventh - The Local East Village Blog - NYTimes.com


Verizon On the Horizon? Praying For a Miracle On Seventh


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pixHeather Dubin

Paging the owner of this Nissan Altima on East Seventh Street, near Avenue C.

Last week, Verizon posted “no parking” signs on the block, where installation of fiber optics for FiOS service continues this week.

Most vehicles complied with the request, except for this car with dents on its roof, plastic covering the rear window, and multiple parking tickets stuffed under its windshield wiper, dating back to Feb. 7.

Someone in the neighborhood has clearly had enough. “Dear Lord,” reads a message on the car’s window. “In case you didn’t receive the last message, we are still waiting for a miracle here on E. 7th St. (telephone and internet service after “Sandy,” preceded by removal of this abandoned car.)”