In the 45-minute question-and-answer session, inquiries ranged from what to do with dead trees in the front yard to the mayor's continued hope for the approval of the West Side Stadium.But it was the mayor's disapproval of the McMansion phenomenon riling northeast Queens that drew the largest reaction from the packed room."This is probably the No. 1 thing I focus on," Bloomberg said. "And it's a problem of success because everyone wants to live here."Bob Averna, of the civic association, brought the issue to the mayor's attention during the meeting, asking whether he would continue to support the efforts to downzone and preserve the character of the Bowne Park neighborho
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