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Councilwoman Elizabeth Crowley has allocated $2.1 million for 21 schools in her district to vote on how they would like to see that money spent.

There’s only a little time left to vote for your favorites in this year’s Best of the Boro competition!

With more than 73,000 already cast, make sure your vote counts!

 

Voting is open until Oct. 21 at midnight. This window affords everyone the opportunity to vote for whatever local store, restaurant, business or individual they feel should hold a Best of the Boro title.

You are allowed one vote per day for each category.

These categories run the gamut and are broken down into sections, such as Arts & Entertainment, Food & Drink, Nightlife & Spirits, Health & Wellness, Weddings, Restaurants, Pets, etc. The sections are further split onto subdivisions which include everything from the Best Mojito and the Best Gyro, for example, to the Best Acupuncturist and the Best Day Care Center.

Voting for the Best of the Boro is not only an excellent way to support the places you frequent, but your vote helps spread the word about local businesses, products and services you feel deserve the recognition.

So don’t delay, VOTE TODAY (before time runs out) at bestof.qns.com!

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