Good morning, Douglaston.
Yesterday, Patch posted a story on a recent insurance fraud bust in which eight Queens residents were arrested.
Later today, stop by the site for information on Alley Pond Environmental Center’s upcoming Brunch on the Boardwalk event. The center will also host its annual Estuaries Day this weekend at Little Neck Bay.
And stop by this afternoon for Patch’s coverage of last night’s Westmoreland Association meeting.
Here are 5 Things You Need to Know Today:
1. Read our story about the insurance fraud bust that netted residents from Flushing, Rego Park, Jamaica, Queens Village, St. Albans and Brooklyn.
2. Stop by later for our post on Alley Pond Environmental Center’s Oct. 2 brunch and read the story on Estuaries Day.
3. Drop by in the afternoon for coverage of the Westmoreland Association meeting.
4. There will be a senior exercise program in Cunningham Park this morning.
5. Republican lawmakers reportedly want to add a 63rd seat to the State Senate. Check out NY 1’s story.