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Photo courtesy of the Queens County Farm Museu
Photo courtesy of the Queens County Farm Museu
Residents in the 23rd District voted to repair the Queens County Farm Museum and fund several other community projects.

Northeast Queens residents have answered the million dollar question.

The 23rd District has voted to repair the Queens County Farm Museum, provide the Glen Oaks Volunteer Ambulance Corps with emergency equipment, install 20 SMART Boards in Martin Van Buren High School and mount three sets of portable security cameras in the district.

A musical stage will also be built in Cunningham Park, and a popular picnic area there will be reconstructed.

The physical infrastructure projects, totaling to nearly $1 million, will be funded by a citywide participatory budgeting initiative.

 

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