Good morning, Douglaston.
State Sen. Tony Avella, D-Bayside, has introduced legislation that would force arbitration to prevent disputes between cable channels and providers.
Check back this afternoon to read Patch’s story.
This morning, keep an eye out for a post on filing tax returns and be sure to read a piece posted yesterday on herbal remedies that can be found in Queens.
Here are 5 Things You Need to Know Today:
1. Take a look at this story on herbal remedies that can be found in the borough.
2. This morning, drop back by the site for our post on IRS tax returns.
3. Later today, read the story about Avella’s legislation on cable channels and providers.
4. Tomorrow, the is offering its and programs for children.
5. Community District Education Council 26 will hold its next meeting on Jan. 26 at 7 p.m. at M.S. 76, located at 51-60 Marathon Parkway in Little Neck. David Kazansky, director of school safety and victim support programs for the United Federation of Teachers, will be the guest speaker.