Little Neck Ledger

Sunday, Nov. 13, 2011

Letters

Fund-raising just fine at Avella bash

I read with a chuckle the complaint from the perennial candidate, who is a perennial loser, about a party for a competent winner. Bob Friedrich complains that an invitation to a birthday celebration for state Sen. Tony Avella (D-Bayside) was disguised as a fund-raiser (“E-mail disguised as birthday celebration,” Oct. 20-26). Comment.

Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011

Douglaston

Mayor plans to help open Fairway in Douglaston

Mayor Michael Bloomberg does not have to travel all the way to Douglaston to choose from a selection of more than 600 artisanal cheeses or 70 different types of olives, so the fact that he is expected to attend the opening of the neighborhood’s new Fairway Market next week is a testament to the excitement the food store is stirring up in Queens. Comment.
New Hyde Park

Mourners remember CB 13 chairwoman

Family and community activists remembered Susan Noreika as a tireless supporter of her community with a feisty side during her wake last Thursday in Bayside. Comment.
Letters

Impose term limits on Glen Oaks prez

I am one of those ordinary folks who received an invitation to state Sen. Tony Avella’s (D-Bayside) 60th birthday celebration. I was relieved to know what I could bring, as I would never dream of showing up to a party without a gift. Comment.

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