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Councilman Eric Ulrich joined with state Sen. Joe Addabbo Jr., the NYPD’s 106th Precinct and the 106th’s Community Council for a graffiti cleanup event in Ozone Park on April 24.
The group moved along Liberty Avenue removing several graffiti pieces and tags as they progressed over a few hours. The paint and supplies were donated by Justin’s Towing & Storage Inc.
In honor of Earth Day, the Woodhaven Business Improvement District held a beautification event at Forest Parkway Plaza in front of Chase Bank on April 22.
Even on a cold, windy spring day, the BID was able to bring out volunteers both young and old to help make the intersection of Jamaica Avenue and Forest Parkway more attractive, while cultivating plant life at the same time.
The Woodhaven Business Improvement District held a community cleanup event last Saturday, with help from several dozen volunteers.
The BID gave thanks to state Sen. Joe Addabbo Jr., the Woodhaven Residents’ Block Association, Ed Wendell from the Woodhaven Cultural and Historical Society, Community Board 9, the Department of Sanitation, the Boy Scouts and the NYPD’s 102nd Precinct.
Councilman Eric Ulrich, fourth from right, hosted a spring community cleanup last Saturday in partnership with the city Department of Sanitation.
Joined by members of his staff, the Queens Explorers, auxiliary officers from the NYPD 106th Precinct and community leaders, the initiative targeted trash- and graffiti-prone areas in Ozone Park and Centreville. The materials for the cleanup efforts were provided by the DSNY.