January 21, 2004 RSS feed / Features

Cabinet Airs ‘311’ Shortcomings

When Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced his plan for a 311 number to handle non-emergency inquiries last year, he said, [311] reflects this administration More...

Health Professionals Meet At Sunnyside Chamber

The Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce did not have a speaker at its January luncheon at Dazie More...

Greek American Homeowners

Award $5K In Scholarships

The Greek American Homeowners Association, in combination with Association Member George Fakiris, awarded $5,000 in scholarships for excellence in Modern Greek language and literature at its January Vasilopita (New Year More...

NYPD Expands Successful Local Patrol Program Into New Areas Of Queens

Satisfied with the success of Operation Impact, a program that saturates high-crime areas with extra cops, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly announced last week that the program was being expanded in six Queens precincts. More...

Gianaris Helps Settle Dispute Between Autism Agency And Labor Union

The long-standing dispute between Astoria-based Quality Services for the Autism Community (QSAC) and the Civil Service Employees Association, Local 100 (CSEA) regarding the rights of QSAC workers to unionize has been resolved, Assemblymember Mic More...

Printing Company Will

Move Back To Queens

The 100 workers now employed by Ares Printing & Packaging will keep their jobs after Ares Printing opens its new headquarters in the College Point Corporate Park some time in December 2005, Melanie Lenz, New York City Economic Development corpora More...

SB 30 Book To Close In June

Applications for parent-dominated community education councils will be required by March 16 for a selection process now scheduled to be held on May 11 in the wake of a federal ruling by the Justice Department that will not oppose the Bloomberg mayora More...

Pataki’s Budget Highlights Relief To Local Cities And Property Taxpayers

Governor George Pataki yesterday released his 2004 More...

Bd. 5 Ponders Plans For Apts.

In January, Community Board 5 moved from its regular meeting site, Vito Maranzano Hall, 62-10 Myrtle Ave. in Glendale, to Kowalinski Hall on Maspeth Avenue near 64th Street in Maspeth, in order to take up certain issues close to their source. More...

Marshall Leads Celebration Of

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Citing the "I Have A Dream" historic speech made by Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. More...

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