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Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017

Letters

Borough president has abandoned Willets Pt. plan in favor of stadiums

Prior to 2008 there were many small businesses in Willets Point Queens, primarily rendering automotive services for the public at a cost far less expensive than at automotive dealers. They were truly rendering an important service to the people of Queens. Comments (4)

Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017

Douglaston

LPC approves revitalizing restoration of Douglaston home

The Landmark Preservation Commission approved the concepts for the remodeling of a Douglaston Historic District home dating to the turn of the century Jan. 5. Comments (2)

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Tenants advocates have agenda at Women’s March

City advocates for tenants’ rights were familiar with Donald Trump long before the celebrity, the reality television and his successful campaign for the presidency. In New York, many tenants knew him as a landlord, when he was alleged to have harassed and intimidated renters living in buildings he owned, according to members of the Metropolitan Council on Housing. Comments (7)

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