Little Neck Ledger

Monday, April 16, 2012

Glen Oaks

Tip of the week

North Shore Towers

Tensions flare at North Shore Towers after Avella criticizes colleagues

Nearly 1,000 people crammed into North Shore Towers in Little Neck Thursday night to listen to a panel discuss about the skyrocketing property assessment values the city assigned to condos this year and last as tensions flared between Queens elected officials. Comment.

Sunday, April 15, 2012


Late activist has park view named for him

The site of what almost became a nine-story apartment building on Douglaston Parkway will morph into a scenic overlook at Old Oak Pond, all in the name of the late activist Joe Hellmann. Comment.
Floral Park

Queens Farm celebrates Easter with egg hunt and bunnies

The Queens County Farm Museum’s annual Easter egg hunt featured a number of games like the rubber-chicken toss and live rabbits. Comment.

Friday, April 13, 2012

Glen Oaks

Industrious vermin call vehicles of Glen Oaks Village home

Unexpected guests have shacked up under some residents’ car hoods, sparking a bitter critter battle in Glen Oaks Village. Comment.

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Thursday, April 12, 2012


Crews plug water leak with 39th Rd. repairs

It was a happy ending after all for Douglaston resident Eugene Loewy, whose calls have apparently been answered to fix a faulty water main near his home. Comment.

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