Forest Hills Ledger

Wednesday, Aug. 11, 2010

Ridgewood

Ridgewood mothers want park renovations

For the last two months, Ridgewood residents and mothers Cristina Shonk and Dorota Czyzewska have been trying to get conditions improved at Rosemary’s Playground, a public park between Woodward and Fairview avenues and Woodbine and Madison streets, but they said the city Parks Department has not helped them in their efforts. Comment.
Ridgewood

Miller fights back against sex offender bill criticisms

State Assemblyman Michael Miller (D-Woodhaven) said an attack launched against him by a supporter of his primary opponent, Nick Comaianni, on a sex offender bill he sponsored was full of inaccuracies and denied claims that the legislation was watered down due to concerns from special interest groups. Comment.
Ridgewood

Glenridge senior closes for a time over budget woes

Despite securing $630,000 in grants and holding an ecstatic 37th anniversary party last month, wherein it announced it would not have to close, the Glenridge Senior Center at 59-03 Summerfield St. in Ridgewood announced Friday it had temporarily shut its doors. Comment.
Forest Hills Ledger

Buildings irk some Forest Hills residents

A dilapidated house and an illegally overcrowded building in Forest Hills are plaguing a neighborhood usually known for being well-kept, Forest Hills Community and Civic Association President Barbara Stuchinski said. Comment.

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