Little Neck Ledger

Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2011

Little Neck Ledger

JHS 67 leader cries foul over mold removal

The parent coordinator at JHS 67 in Little Neck said school leaders were distressed to learn city officials did not inform them that mold was found and removed from the school over the winter break, but the city Department of Education said the agency had been in constant contact with the principal. Comment.
Little Neck Ledger

Fairway needs waiver for Douglaston store

Construction work on the Fairway Markets project in Douglaston could begin as early as next month, provided city officials approve a request to place signs at the site that are larger than what the zoning currently allows for, Community Board 11 Chairman Jerry Iannece said Monday. Comment.
Little Neck Ledger

Carrozza celebrates 15 yrs. collecting valentines for vets

The cards and gifts Queens students and residents are donating as part of a Valentine’s Day drive not only help area veterans to have a happier holiday but remind the military men and women that they are remembered and cared for, former state Assemblywoman Ann-Margaret Carrozza said. Comment.
Little Neck Ledger

Longtime Bayside animal hospital plans move

After more than six decades at its office on Northern Boulevard in Bayside, North Shore Animal Hospital is bidding adieu to the place that was once the only animal hospital for miles around. Comment.

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