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Civic-minded Queens residents looking to shape their neighborhoods have until this Friday to apply to join one of the borough’s 14 community boards.

Borough President Melinda Katz has extended the deadline for those applying to be a new or returning community board member to Feb. 7, due to a snowier-than-usual January.

Community boards, which have up to 50 sitting members, advise city agencies on zoning, land use and community issues. The eyes and ears of the neighborhoods also make city budget and state liquor licensing recommendations.

“They play a significant role in helping city government address the needs of its residents,” Katz said. “Service on a community board is a great way to contribute to the well-being and quality of life of your neighborhood.”

Board members, appointed by the borough president or nominated by their district’s councilmember, serve for two years. The new term begins April 1.

Applications are available here. For more information, call 718-286-2900.

For a list of Queens community boards, click here.

 

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