Jamaica Times

Friday, March 27, 2009

Richmond Hill

Cameras at Redfern made to track shots

Following the murders of two teenagers at the Redfern Houses within three days of each other last summer, the city Housing Authority is set to equip the Far Rockaway housing project with high−tech security cameras that only take pictures when a gun is fired, City Councilman James Sanders (D−Laurelton) said. Comment
Richmond Hill

City’s cash woes worry Rich. Hill youth group

An Elmhurst−based nonprofit that runs after−school programs in Richmond Hill and Ozone Park said its youth programs are in danger of being eliminated if city budget cuts are enacted. Comment
Queens Village

Jemmott, senior center head feted for Cambria Heights work

The president of the Cambria Heights Development Corp. and the executive director of a Cambria Heights senior center are among six slated to be honored Saturday in St. Albans by a black sorority service organization. Comment

Sanders aide to challenge him for Council seat

City Councilman James Sanders (D−Laurelton) will face some competition in September from a former ally as he seeks re−election this fall. Comment


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