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St. Albans community representatives including City Councilmember Leroy Comrie (center) kicked off the Greater Jamaica Development Corporation’s Critical Perimeter Planting initiative recently. Twenty-one trees will line Dunkirk Street between Camden and Brinkerhoff Avenues by December 15, offering residents visual relief from neighboring industrial blight. The program also highlights the area as a city-designated Industrial Business Zone where companies are offered incentives to locate their businesses in an effort to promote local job growth.

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