Watch out, MTA—Coney Island's Lola Staar is giving people another reason to be upset with the way things are run. The Brooklyn Paper reports that after getting kicked out of her last storefront from talking smack about landlord Joe Sitt, Staar moved into the MTA's "reopened European-style Stillwell Avenue hub." However, she sees no sign of the shop opening for the season since the blueprints seem to be held up at the MTA offices, where they have been since February. She told the paper, “My business is seasonal, so if they tell me I can’t open until October, I really won’t see any business until next summer. I call [the MTA] all the time and I get absolutely nothing out of them." The MTA promises they are reviewing them, but that the department is backlogged. Staar says "I could pay them rent right now." Hello, MTA, someone wants to give you money!