Business owner demands that MTA reduce noise, vibrations from subway trains

Gelman says the pillars that hold up the

Gelman says the pillars that hold up the D train over Hilna Tires and Auto Repair cost him $30,000. (August 27, 2014 7:00 PM)

A Bensonhurst business owner wants the MTA to reduce noise on the subway system.

Bensonhurst auto shop owner Louis Gelman is demanding that the MTA do something about the sounds and vibrations coming from the subway lines. Gelman says the pillars that hold up the D train over Hilna Tires and Auto Repair cost him $30,000. He says they caused the sidewalk to crack and the city made him fork...

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