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Truce in ugly ‘Stripes’ feud - Car service operator smooths over clash with CB18, officials

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If small business owner Richard Tetelman has learned anything from Community Board 18, it is this: You can catch more bees with honey than vinegar.

At the board’s March meeting, Tetelman, the owner of Stripes Car & Limo, 4219 Avenue P, had to be escorted out of the meeting three times by a police officer after getting confrontational with City Councilmember Lew Fidler, as well as with the board’s district manager Dorothy Turano and chair Saul Needle.

Because of the hubbub, the board, at its April meeting, the board considered revisiting the application

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