- Published in: New York Daily News
Rami Ibrahim loves the swings and the basketball court at Power Playground near his Flatlands home.
The Avenue N park’s litter is another matter.
“The basket is right there,” said Rami, 11, as he stared at the trash strewn nearby – a styrofoam cup, a Swedish Fish wrapper, a losing lottery ticket. “It’s not good.”
That’s true for the Community District 18’s overall park ratings: For the past three years, the area has earned the city’s lowest marks for cleanliness and general conditions.
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