The Brooklyn Eagle reports today that while an article this week in the NY Sun and chatter on "blogs" (who…us?) has indicated that the breakdowns of the Clark Street subway station's elevators is a critical problem for commuters, complaints to goverment agencies do not reflect the public's dissatisfaction:
Brooklyn Eagle: Clark Street Elevators Not Seen as a Major Problem: Although the elevators at the No. 2 and 3 trains’ Clark Street station may have their problems, Brooklyn Heights residents are not necessarily up in arms about them. An article in the New York Sun on April 30, much quoted by blogs since then, says that “over the past two years, the three elevators at Clark Street have broken down almost 400 times.” However, this situation — unlike the earlier elevators, which were replaced in 2000 — hasn’t generated many complaints, at least through official channels.