After being compared to a “third world country” by one of the nation’s top leaders, LaGuardia Airport is getting a much needed makeover bringing it to the 21st Century and allowing New York City to start to once again lead in infrastructure.
Candidates seeking to fill the 23rd Council District seat that Mark Weprin previously held were face-to-face for the first time Tuesday in a debate hosted by the New American Voters Association (NAVA) at the Bellerose Jewish Center.
Family, friends, colleagues and local politicians surprised Frank Kotnik during the 104 Civilian Observation Patrol (104COP) meeting Thursday night at Christ the King High School in Middle Village to celebrate Kotnik’s 25 years of service as he stepped down as president of 104COP.
Residents of Glendale, Ridgewood and Middle Village scored a victory in their fight for the containerization of all solid waste transported by rail Tuesday, when elected officials secured an extension of the public comment period regarding permits regarding two waste haulers’ plans to increase their rail operations.
With the summer heating up, Borough President Melinda Katz announced on Monday a series of free concerts at parks around Queens — from a Beatles cover band in Bayside to reggae in the Rockaways — starting July 12.
The area around Newtown Creek, which the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recognizes as one of the “nation’s most polluted waterways,” a could be the site of a brand-new community athletic field in Maspeth.
In a 5-4 decision issued Friday morning, the Court overturned state-imposed bans on same-sex marriage. Queens lawmakers and gay rights advocates– including City Councilman Daniel Dromm– expressed delight in the decision.