It was a busy week for news in northeast Queens.
Police found a human leg in Little Neck Bay near Fort Totten and St. Mary’s Hospital opened its new preschool, which is named after Queens Borough President Helen Marshall.
And Community Board 11 discussed transportation-related topics and a resolution to aid co-ops and condos at its monthly meeting.
Here is your Week in Review.
CB 11’s transportation committee gave recommendations on the removal of a bus shelter and speed bumps on a local road, among other items, during its monthly meeting. And the board passed a resolution that would assist co-ops and condos during weather emergencies, such as Hurricane Sandy.
St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children and Marshall debuted its new preschool.
Police said they found what appeared to be a human leg with duct tape attached to it near Fort Totten.
And Alley Pond Environmental Center gave Patch an update on its long-awaited renovation project.
Heating bills could be higher for 90 percent of U.S. residents this winter.
This week’s Queens Eats recipe is brisket with onions.