This week, the city’s Department of Parks and Recreation announced that it was moving forward with a plan for a comfort station at Little Bay Park.
The state Legislature passed a partial tax abatement for co-ops and condos and CUNY picked Queensborough Community College’s new president.
Here is your Week in Review.
Stamp prices went up this week. Walter Mugdan wrote about global warming in his latest Conservation Conversation piece. And reviews in This Week at the Movies included “Parker,” “Movie 43” and “Happy People: A Year in the Taiga.”
The Parks Department said the long-awaited comfort station at Little Bay Park would likely be completed by fall 2014.
And the state Legislature passed a partial tax abatement for co-ops and condos.
CUNY’s board of trustees picked interim president Diane Call to officially take the lead at Queensborough Community College.
Check out the Douglaston Little Neck Library’s schedule for February, which includes a sign language program.
Elected officials react to the death of former Mayor Ed Koch. The Samuel Field Y has opened a new cafe for seniors.
Take a look at these tax preparation tips from the Internal Revenue Service.