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Queens’ Morning Roundup

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morning roundup


Wednesday: Rain. High 49. Winds E at 15 to 25 mph. Rainfall near a half an inch. Wednesday night: Periods of rain. Low 49. Winds SE at 15 to 25 mph. Rainfall near an inch.

EVENT OF THE DAY: Briarwood Town Hall Meeting

There will be a Briarwood Town Hall Meeting at 6 p.m. sponsored by Councilman Rory Lancman, Assemblyman Michael Simanowitz and Assemblyman David Weprin. It will feature a discussion with officials from:
MTA, NYC & NYS Departments of Transportation, NYC Department of Buildings, NYC Department of Sanitation  and 107th Police Precinct. The community meeting will feature a discussion on the Kew Gardens Interchange Project. Click here for more info or to submit an event of your own

Queens cop arrested on child pornography charges

A Queens cop was slapped with child pornography charges after videos of underage girls engaging in sexual acts were allegedly found on his computer. Read more: The Queens Courier

Unions urge judge to nix law easing suits vs. NYPD

Police unions say a New York City law easing the way for racial profiling claims could entangle officers in lawsuits over elusive questions about what they were thinking when stopping someone. Read more: CBS New York/AP

Bent metal on plane wing prompts return to LaGuardia Airport

Passengers on a New York-to-Miami flight Sunday were shocked to find a large piece of metal bent up on the wing of the aircraft. Read more: ABC New York 

Unions offer pay cuts for jobs in affordable-housing plan

Construction unions are so ­eager to get in on Mayor de Blasio’s plan to build 200,000 units of affordable housing that they’ve ­offered to take a pay cut, sources told The Post. Read more: The New York Post

Catholic League tries to get bars to join Guinness ban

The Catholic League’s battle against Guinness for dropping its support of the St. Patrick’s Day parade has now hit the Big Apple’s bar stools. Read more: am New York