Flushing Times

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Fresh Meadows

17 Bayside families sue church developer

A group of 17 Bayside families has filed a lawsuit against the developer of a Korean church being constructed on 210th Street on the grounds that the structure would not comply with the city’s zoning and administrative codes. Comment.
Fresh Meadows

Huang evicts day care from Klein Farm site

Fresh Meadows community leaders are worried that the pending eviction of the day care center on the Klein Farm could be the sign of a possible move by the land’s owner to sell or develop the site. Comment.
Fresh Meadows

Gennaro’s rivals quit race

Then there was one. Comment.
Fresh Meadows

Volunteers give Pomonok Community Center a makeover

They left as quickly as they came, but a swarm of energetic volunteers certainly left a lasting impression on the Pomonok Community Center. Comment.
Fresh Meadows

City must strictly make developers follow building laws

Most people buy homes in communities because of the neighborhood, house styles, quality of schools and nearby parks — in short, the quality of life. Homeowners join together as civic associations to maintain quality of life. Queens civic associations have come together as the Queens Civic Congress. One of their main activities is to enforce building codes. Comment.

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