2016-01-13 / Features

Vallone, Rozic Launch NE’s First IDNYC Pop-Up Site



Councilman Paul Vallone and Assemblywoman Nily Rozic launched the first IDNYC pop-up site in Northeast Queens at Queens Library in Bayside on Monday. After high demand from constituents, particularly seniors and those from the Korean community, both elected officials worked together to bring an IDNYC pop-up site to Bayside. The site opened January 11, and runs until Friday, February 5. All applicants must register in advance by visiting IDNYC’s website or by calling 311. “This new pop-up location for the IDNYC program will go a long way to serve the residents of Northeast Queens,” said Vallone. “I urge everyone to sign up and take advantage of the benefits offered with an IDNYC card. I signed up for an IDNYC card myself, and I can’t wait to experience the great incentives. Whether you are visiting a cultural institution or opening a bank account, the card’s perks are endless.” Councilman Paul Vallone and Assemblywoman Nily Rozic launched the first IDNYC pop-up site in Northeast Queens at Queens Library in Bayside on Monday. After high demand from constituents, particularly seniors and those from the Korean community, both elected officials worked together to bring an IDNYC pop-up site to Bayside. The site opened January 11, and runs until Friday, February 5. All applicants must register in advance by visiting IDNYC’s website or by calling 311. “This new pop-up location for the IDNYC program will go a long way to serve the residents of Northeast Queens,” said Vallone. “I urge everyone to sign up and take advantage of the benefits offered with an IDNYC card. I signed up for an IDNYC card myself, and I can’t wait to experience the great incentives. Whether you are visiting a cultural institution or opening a bank account, the card’s perks are endless.”

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