Little Neck Ledger

Sunday, July 1, 2012


Albany dysfunction hurts co-op and condo owners

The co-op and condo community were abandoned this past week as the legislative season drew to a close in Albany. Three vital bills affecting the lives of every co-op and condo owner were left on the scrap heap of an adjourned state Legislature. The working class residents and seniors living on fixed incomes who mostly live in these communities struck out by a Legislature and governor that threw them nothing but curve balls. Comment

Saturday, June 30, 2012


Motorcycle accident claims boro man’s life

DOUGLASTON — A Sunnyside man died last week when he lost control of his motorcycle while riding in Douglaston, police said. Comment

Friday, June 29, 2012

Legislation aimed at curbing insurance fraud was put on hold last week as the state Senate failed to pass a bill that would make staging automobile accidents a Class D felony. Comment

Past returns to Douglaston


Past returns to Douglaston

City Councilman Dan Halloran (R-Whitestone), state Assemblyman Edward Braunstein (D-Bayside) and members of the Douglaston-Little Neck Historical Society popped open bottles of champagne Sunday for the long-awaited return of the neighborhood’s original street names to the historic district. Comments (1)

Thursday, June 28, 2012

At its final meeting before taking a two-month summer hiatus, Community Board 13 voted Monday night to reject a plan by the embattled Indian Cultural and Community Center to provide vehicular access to its land on the Creedmoor Psychiatric Campus in Bellerose. Comment


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