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Residents are suing for Sandy damages

Nearly six years after Superstorm Sandy left hundreds of houses in Queens destroyed, Rockaway residents are fighting the companies they believe are to blame for their homes burning down.The Long Island Power Authority and National G… Comments (0)

The DOT needs an ombudsman: pols

The Department of Transportation, while well-meaning in most cases, is “out of control,” according to Councilman Bob Holden (D-Middle Village).“Right now, there’s no accountability within the DOT,” he said in a Tuesday interview. “C… Comments (3)

Homeless shelter meeting is still on

Three weeks remain for electeds and community leaders to find an alternative location for the Ozone Park homeless shelter that will house approximately 113 mentally ill adult men.On June 28 the Department of Homeless Services met wi… Comments (0)

Samuel Field Y to get $2M sports complex

The Bay Terrace Center of the Samuel Field Y is going to get an approximately 40,000 square-foot, indoor community and sports complex.Councilman Paul Vallone (D-Bayside) and Borough President Melinda Katz joined leaders from the non… Comments (0)

Ralliers say rezone could prove deadly

Queens Neighborhoods United member Leticia Ochoa thought she was watching her young son die one morning a few years ago.“He woke up, started crying and started shaking,” Ochoa said. “His face turned white and his lips turned purple.… Comments (0)

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