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Photo via Facebook/Tom Suozzi
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At a time when people across the country are turning out in droves to meet with their local Member of Congress or Senator, Congressman Tom Suozzi is giving northeast Queens residents two chances to make their voices heard next week.

On Tuesday, April 18, the congressman will attend the monthly We Love Whitestone civic association meeting to take questions from residents. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church, located at 11-05 150th St., and is open to all Queens residents in the congressman’s district.

Civic president Alfredo Centola said his group started working with Suozzi shortly after his election to bring an open forum to Whitestone.

“For too many years, Queens Congressional constituents have been largely ignored,” Centola said. “I am happy to see [Suozzi] is keeping his promise and having more than one [town hall] in Queens.”

On Wednesday, April 19, Suozzi will host his own two-hour forum in Little Neck. The town hall will run from 7 until 9 p.m. at the Samuel Field Y, located at 58-20 Little Neck Pkwy.

“I was heartened and encouraged by so many people who expressed interest in getting more involved,” Suozzi said. “I hope to see you there as we try to cut through the clutter and tackle big problems together.”

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