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Friday, May 2, 2008

Forest Hills Ledger

Queens restaurateur faces bribery charges

The city's Department of Investigation announced the arrest of a Forest Hills restaurant operator who allegedly paid a bribe to avoid receiving summonses for health code violations. Comment.
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New Dem seeks Gallagher’s seat

Democrat John Seminerio, son of state Assemblyman Anthony Seminerio (D-Richmond Hill), has thrown his hat into the crowded race to replace former Councilman Dennis Gallagher (R-Middle Village). Comment.
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Juniper Park Civic honored: Historic Districts Council celebrates group’s fight for St. Savior’s

The city's Historic Districts Council will honor the Juniper Park Civic Association at a ceremony in May for the group's fight to preserve Maspeth's historic St. Savior's Church, which will now be moved to a Middle Village cemetery after facing demolition. Comment.
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Forest Hills school ready for new class: City set to give assignments for seats at former PS 3 bldg

Forest Hills's little red schoolhouse, formerly known as PS 3 at 108-55 69th Ave., will begin accepting students next month, the city Department of Education said. Comment.

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