May 14, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Override Of Pataki Budget Veto Appears Imminent

Fulfilling a pledge he made several weeks ago, Governor George Pataki yesterday vetoed the budget that the state legislature had passed without his participation and sent it back to the lawmakers. More...

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Memorial Day

May 18, St. Albans Veterans Association presents the Troupe of Metropolitan New York USO, St. Albans VA Primary and Extended Care Center, Pratt Auditorium, Linden Boulevard and 179th St., St. Albans. More...

On Tap At LaG CC

An Afternoon of Women of Jazz from Yesterday and Today "Sweethearts of Jazz" on May 17 at LaGuardia Community College, 31-10 Thomson Ave., Long Island City; Call 718-482-5060 for information. More...

Public Service Announcements

Flushing Community Volunteer Ambulance Corps, volunteers needed for clerical, dispatcher and other positions; 718-353-4965. More...

Restaurant of the Week

Restaurant

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Editorials

Editorial

Sanit Cutbacks Imperil Boro

Soon the sound of trash cans banging and Sanitation trucks churning away will no longer be heard twice a week on the streets of Queens. After failing to negotiate more than $40 million in savings with the Uniformed Sanitationmen More...

Letters

Do More For The Elderly

How delighted I was to read in the pages of the Gazette of May 8 two outstanding articles that discussed two very important subjects that pertained to our senior citizens. More...

Roving Photographer

"How does the A.A.R.P. help Seniors"? More...

Introduce Bill Package To Reform MTA

Hoping to avoid future hidden fare increases by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Assemblymember Catherine Nolan has introduced legislation to fundamentally reform the agency More...

MTA Appeals Fare

Rollback Edict

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) was sent back to the drawing board yesterday and ordered to put in motion the fare rollback ordered by a judge on Monday, no doubt starting arrangements for a new set of hearings where the authority wil More...

Political Page

Eye on politics

Bloomberg

Mayor Michael Bloomberg has raised several taxes sharply, cut city services and laid of thousands of city workers, all of which has led to a severe drop in his approval rating according to a recent Quinnipiac University poll. More...

Nolan

Welcomes Clinton

Assemblymember Catherine Nolan, l., welcomed Senator Hillary Clinton to Sunnyside at a City Council forum to encourage women to have mammographies. More...

Vallone Hails

Steinway Street BID

Steinway Street Business Improvement District (BID) held its annual meeting last week at Pasta Fina Restaurant. More...

Seniors

Senior Spotlight

Bill Would Spare More Seniors R.E. Tax Exempt

Assemblymember Brian McLaughlin has guided a bill through his committee which will make more seniors eligible for some tax savings under the School Tax Relief Program, called STAR for short. More...

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