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Ansob Center for Refugees receives $85K in funding

An Astoria-based nonprofit providing immigration services received $85,000 in city funding, thanks to an allocation by Councilman Costa Constantinides. The Ansob Center for Refugees helps immigrants establish a new life in western Queens by providing English...

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Dutch Kills intersection finally gets stop sign

Dutch Kills residents have fought for more than a decade to make the intersection of 29th Street and 39th Avenue safer. Last Friday, the Department of Transportation (DOT) finally fulfilled the community’s wish by installing an...

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Roadway Resurfacing Schedule

The following streets will be undergoing milling and paving. Plan your commute accordingly. Monday, July 22 East Elmhurst – 34 Ave (21 St to 31 St) Long Island City – Newtown Rd (31 Ave to Broadway Ave)...

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Pol giving constituents chance to influence policy

State Senator Jessica Ramos rolled out a new initiative to collect information from constituents that could be used shape policy. Entitled the Community Pulse Check, Ramos’ office assembled a questionnaire, essentially a community-tailored mini-census, focusing on...

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