In one of the most blatant examples yet of a builder attempting to skirt the new zoning rules in Throggs Neck, a Gifford Avenue developer whose project was stopped because of the downzoning has restarted work on three two-family homes that are attached, provide insufficient parking and sit on lots too thin for their size.
But the only thing more jarring than the builder
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