Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz speaks with community residents during his last Public Shredding Day. Source: NYS Assembly

Safely destroy your unwanted records, bills and documents during Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz’ free Public Shredding Day, April 25 from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. in the parking lot of the El Greco Diner, 1821 Emmons Avenue at Sheepshead Bay Road, directly across the street from his district office, 1800 Sheepshead Bay Road.

This is a way to protect your identity and become clutter free. To learn more, call Cymbrowitz’ district office at (718) 743-4078, email him at cymbros@assembly.state.ny.us or visit his NYS Assembly webpage.

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  • brooklynq

    I hope he doesn’t get towed. 

  • ShadowLock

    PSH, Someone gonna get TOWED!

     

    • brooklynq

      I say the towing begins in 2 minutes. 

  • Taxpayer

    How much did the taxpayer waste on this election year stunt???

  • Local Broker

    Who is paying for this? Has anyone heard of scissors if you cant buy a shredder for yourself.

  • BrooklynBus

    This is a good program.  Don’t knock it.  But seriously, will we be able to park for a few minutes in El Greco’s lot without being towed?  You can’t really schlep a box load of papers with you on the bus.

  • Andrew

    What an unreal waste of taxpayers money instead of real ideas to help real people with their real problems!

    • BrooklynBus

      How do you know that the company isn’t donating its services? He often has programs where Beth Israel donates services.

  • Marinaern

    I HOPE IT WILL WORK WITH EVERYBODY.

  • BrooklynBus

    I brought over my box yesterday. The guy was so nice. He even carried it over for me from the car. Interesting, there were signs all over the truck that if you leave your car in the lot and then walk our of the lot you will be towed. That means you couldn’t cross the street to thank the Assemblyman.