OPEN HOUSE 2-Family
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OPEN HOUSE!! Sunday, April 10th From 12pm to 2pm Renovated and well-maintained detached 2-family home for sale located in the Oakland Gardens section of Bayside. Nestled on a quiet, safe and family-friendly block.Located close to transportation and schools. Part of the award-winning District 26. High potential rental income. Each Apartment contains Eat-in Kitchen with Granite […]

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Choose how to spend millions in city funds in western Queens starting this weekend
Photo courtesy of Flickr/Travis Grathwell

Residents who live across several neighborhoods in western Queens can decide which projects to implement with millions of dollars in city funds. Those who live in City Council District 26, which includes Sunnyside, Woodside, Long Island City, Astoria and parts of Maspeth, have 19 projects to vote on. Projects include a special needs playground for P.S. 4, […]

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‘Lifesavers’ street safety project at Bayside school is a hit with parents
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A Bayside elementary school is being held up as a shining example by school district leaders for its proactive street safety measures. The District 26 Community Education Council (CEC) recently invited P.S. 46 The Alley Pond School to give a special presentation on its Project Lifesaver initiative, which reduces dangerous traffic congestion by restricting street traffic […]

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Fall in love with these Queens power couples
Photo by Joe Mabel, CC BY-SA 3.0; graphics: QNS

This coming Valentine’s Day, we are celebrating love done the Queens way. We selected six couples across the borough who have successful relationships and successful careers; they’re the movers and shakers in their respective fields.

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CM Vallone writes to SCA asking to rescind Bayside Jewish Center contract
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Councilman Paul Vallone has sent a letter to School Construction Authority (SCA) President Lorraine Grillo requesting that the agency rescind its contract with the Bayside Jewish Center and effectively halt its plan to put a 730-seat high school in the site of the former synagogue. According to aides in Vallone’s office, the letter—which was dated […]

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