CARWASH: In the 1970s, a car wash was an old-fashioned way to get rid of old cars, and for a fee.
The car wash in the Bronx, New York, was known as the “Barry Car Wash.”
The car was painted red and white, the interior was clean, and the floors were freshly washed every two weeks.
When it closed, the car was repainted in the color of its original owner, and then repainted again in the owner’s color.
Then, on the third day of the week, it was put on a new lease.
It was a “one-of-a-kind, one-of.
A place where people could get together and be together for a few days.”
The owner, the late Barry Barry, died in 2009.
He left $12.5 million to his family and his three children, but his legacy lives on.
And, according to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, the new owner of the business, David Allen Smith, has a $12 million claim to the business.
He says that the car wash is in danger of closing, and that the city of New York should “take action” to protect it.
Smith says that his wife and son-in-law, both of whom work for the city, have been paid more than $1,000 a day in rent and expenses for cleaning up the carwash, and has received a letter from the city saying that he is entitled to 10% of the proceeds from the sale of the property.
He wants the city to do what it can to help, he said, adding that he’s received offers to buy the property and that he hopes that “if the city does not act, the business will be in jeopardy.”
Smith has sued, claiming that he was “misled and misled by a government official and city officials.”
Smith says the city is “obstructing his efforts to purchase the property by refusing to negotiate an equitable agreement with him,” which would allow the city and Smith to settle their dispute over the business’ future.
“We are pleading with the city,” Smith said.
“If they don’t act, I will take legal action against them.”
Smith filed a lawsuit in January alleging that he owes about $10 million in back rent and other legal fees.
In a statement to the Times, the city said that “all city property owners are subject to the City’s laws, rules and policies regarding property rights.”
A spokesman for the department of environmental conservation told the Times that “property owners and businesses are protected under the State’s Public Land Policy Act, which protects all public lands, including the City of New Yorkers’ properties.”
“The City’s regulations are intended to ensure that our parks, beaches, and other public lands are used for the purposes for which they were developed,” the spokesman said.