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Weiner: ‘No Full Time’ District Offices In Queens

  In his first appearance in Queens after winning election to the Ninth Congressional District, Anthony D. Weiner in response to a question from The Queens Courier, said last week that he will not open full time district offices in the borough. Weiner announced that he would follow the example of his predecessor and install […]

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Hi-Rise Confusion: How To Escape A Fire

From Bayside to Astoria, from Flushing to Forest Hills, from Jackson Heights to Cambria Heights, they rise high into the sky — skyscrapers that house thousands of Queens residents. They range from City housing developments to luxury co-ops and condominiums, in some areas offering skylines that are second in this City only to Manhattan. Although Queens […]

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Could It Happen Here?…We Might Get Rocked Away

Last Sunday night, the Fox Family channel presented a new feature film with the frightening but unlikely title of "Earthquake in New York." It was a story about a Los Angeles family who are devastated when their baby son is crushed to death in their home during an earthquake. Fed up with the West Coast’s […]

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Shulman To Create ‘Queens City Hall’ In Her Fourth & Last Term

Citing gains in health care and education, Claire Shulman was sworn in as Queens Borough President on Monday for the fourth and final time, pledging to write a new chapter in the borough’s history as it approaches the next millennium. Shulman told hundreds of people gathered atop the borough’s flagship park at the Terrace on […]

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