STREET SWEEPING: A Queens, N.Y., police officer was given kudos by a local newspaper for not letting Noble Limousine Service clog traffic. Noble was recruiting drivers and let them back up traffic for hours on 35th St. in Long Island City. Things got ugly until Highway Officer John Glynn rode his scooter through the clogged street and wrote summonses for the violators - motivating drivers to clear out of the way. That is one tough town. When you're providing luxury service - whether you're in NYC's livery, black car, or luxury limousine category, you want to be considered a high-level customer service provider and not just a bunch of punks.
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