The Kindness of Strangers (NY)

With lone elevator out of service, neighbors come to the aid of stranded Queens seniors.  There are many ways for co-op and condo boards to minimize inconvenience when an elevator in a multi-elevator building has to be shut down for repairs or replacement. When the building has only one elevator – and a large population of senior citizens – a large challenge becomes massive.  At a building in Kew Gardens, Queens, help has come from an unexpected source: the kindness of strangers.   Read the article………….


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