Forest Hills Ledger

Sunday, July 31, 2011

Forest Hills Ledger

Hevesi, Crowley bills a boon to MidVil raccoon removal

Middle Village residents will have an easier time removing wily raccoons from their property after a new bill was passed in Albany July 15, a Queens lawmaker said. Comment.
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Koslowitz a double dipper

A report disclosing financial information found that City Councilwoman Karen Koslowitz (D-Forest Hills) gets both a retirement pension and a salary from the city, a controversial practice called “double dipping.” Comment.
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Forest Hills co-op owner sweats over city’s boiler plan

A Forest Hills co-op owner is warning Queens landlords who burn high-polluting heating oil that a possibly pricey change is on the horizon. Comment.

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Forest Hills Ledger

Cops looking for Kew Gdns killer

Police talked to a person of interest Monday in connection with last week’s Kew Gardens road rage shooting, which left one man dead and his brother wounded, the NYPD said. Comment.
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Arborist OKs LIRR trim

The Long Island Rail Road began its much-maligned pruning process along a leafy stretch of track in Forest Hills last week, but a neighborhood arborist gave it two green thumbs up. Comment.
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Forest Park rapist gets 32 yrs.

The Brooklyn man who dragged a woman into Forest Park and raped her was sentenced to a maximum of 32 years in prison, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said Friday. Comment.

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