Week in Review

Catch up on stories that took place during the past week in Douglaston and Little Neck.

It was a stifling, hot week in Douglaston and Little Neck, but a little quiet on the news front.

State Sen. Tony Avella, D-Bayside, joined northeast Queens leaders to call on the state Legislature to renew a tax abatement and extend a program that would allow the units’ owners to perform work on their properties.

Police statistics showed that crime had dropped during June in the 111th Precinct.

And Patch posted a preview of the Douglaston Greenmarket, which opened July 8.

Here is your Week in Review:


Take a look at Walter Mugdan’s latest Conservation Conversation post. This week’s topic is coal.

Avella joined co-op and condo leaders to for the units as well as the extension of the J51 program. Reviews in included “Beasts of the Southern Wild,” “Ted” and “Magic Mike.”


Check out Patch’s , which debuted this weekend at the neighborhood’s Long Island Rail Road station.


This week’s Douglaston’s Own pick was theologian .


last month in the 111th Precinct, but overall crime for 2012 is still up slightly from last year.


Three Little Neck students graduated from Cornell University. And the National Art League will host a photography exhibit in July.


This weekend’s Parent Talk topic is ways to make money during the summer for children who are too young to be employed.


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