It was a busy week for news in Douglaston and Little Neck.
Community Board 11 District Manager Susan Seinfeld told Patch about an upcoming project to upgrade sewers along Little Neck Parkway.
Both Udalls Cove Preservation Committee and the Bayside Anglers announced cleanups along Little Neck Bay. Additionally, the preservation committee will debut next week.
And state Sen. Tony Avella, D-Bayside, called for funds to be reallocated from several local groups, such as Little Neck Soccer, to other neighborhood organizations in need of money.
Here is your Week in Review:
New York Cares announced that it would upgrade a number of parks across the city, including .
Reviews in included “The Cabin in the Woods” and “Damsels in Distress.”
The city will undertake a project to in an effort to prevent runoff from entering Little Neck Bay.
The National Art League will host its to raise money for the upkeep of its building.
And Avella said funding for several local groups with previously unspent grants, including Little Neck Soccer, should be .
This week’s Douglaston’s Own pick was pianist . The Bayside Anglers announce a .
And Udalls Cove Preservation Committee sets the date for its annual .
Cast your vote in Patch’s poll on where northeast Queens funds should be reallocated.
Take a look at this piece on an 11-year-old Douglaston tennis player who recently played in a tournament to qualify for a trip to Paris. This summer, she will play in national tennis championships in three states.
This week’s Parent Talk topic was how to keep your children safe when they are playing outside in hot summer weather.
And don’t forget to submit a photo to Patch’s . Click here for more details.