Community cleans up Jamaica Avenue graffiti


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On Sunday, April 21, the Richmond Hill Block Association, 102nd Precinct Officers Jose Severino and Joseph Martins and cadets from the John Bowne High School Air Force JROTC cleaned up graffiti along Jamaica Avenue. They painted over several problematic sites.   RECOMMENDED STORIES Sunnyside battles graffiti with new removal program Woodhaven graffiti surges Op Ed: Reclaiming our […]

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More litter baskets for Jamaica Avenue


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Queens Councilmembers Eric Ulrich, Elizabeth Crowley and Karen Koslowitz contributed money from their council discretionary funds to increase litter basket service along a stretch of Jamaica Avenue. “This funding will go a long way towards improving the quality of life for residents and business owners alike. It is just another example of what can be […]

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Jamaica Avenue Subject Of Exhibit At JCAL


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The works of many different artists can now be seen in various locations along Jamaica Avenue as part of the Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning’s current exhibition “Jamaica Flux: Workspaces & Windows 2007.” The exhibition is “a contemporary public art project which includes the commission, creation, and exhibition of 25 multi-disciplinary, site-specific artworks.” The […]

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Jamaica Avenue had blackout too


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Western Queens was not the only region to suffer from a lengthy power outage in the borough as a section of Jamaica Avenue was blacked out for up to seven days at the same time. Con Edison confirmed that 23 customers from approximately 161st Street to 90th Avenue along Jamaica Avenue were without power for […]

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Jamaica Avenue had blackout too


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Western Queens was not the only region to suffer from a lengthy power outage in the borough as a section of Jamaica Avenue was blacked out for up to seven days at the same time. Con Edison confirmed that 23 customers from approximately 161st Street to 90th Avenue along Jamaica Avenue were without power for […]

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