Bayside envisions quaint brick sidewalks, College Point an improved shoreline. Whitestone plans to buy an empty lot, Bellerose to uproot a line of galvanized lampposts.
And with a $1.78 million state grant, secured from the Empire State Development Corporation by state Sen. Frank Padavan (R-Bellerose), to be doled out to parts of northeast Queens in this year
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