Queens Community Board 5 to hear from Animal Care Centers of NYC at March 13 monthly meeting on plans to open a location in Ridgewood

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Queens Community Board 5 — which represents Ridgewood, Maspeth, Middle Village and Glendale — will listen to plans for an Animal Care Centers of New York opening a location in Ridgewood among other topics at its upcoming meeting on Wednesday, March 13.

The agenda for the March meeting consists of a presentation by representatives of Animal Care Centers of New York City regarding their plans to open an Animal Care Center at 1906 Flushing Avenue soon, according to District Manager Gary Giordano.

The new site will allegedly be the primary animal care center in Queens.

The board meeting is scheduled to take place at Christ the King High School, located at 68-02 Metropolitan Ave., and begins at approximately 7:30 p.m.
Routinely, a public forum, a review of current applications for alcoholic beverage licenses, a review of building demolition notices, and committee reports are scheduled for this month’s board meeting.

CB 5 Chair Vincent Arcuri Jr. is scheduled to give his monthly report, in addition to a report from Giordano.

Anyone wishing to speak to the board during the public forum portion of the night is asked to pre-register. To pre-register, prospective participants are advised to call CB 5 at 718-366-1834 or email at qn05@cb.nyc.gov.

The board will conclude the meeting with a discussion on old and new business. The CB 5 meeting will be live-streamed on YouTube and posted on the CB 5 homepage