It was a busy week for news in Douglaston.
The Udalls Cove Preservation Committee and the announced that they planned to clean up the trails at and rename a section of it as Osprey Landing.
Con Edison began paying back Douglas Manor residents affected by a pre-Thanksgiving power surge.
And Patch interviewed a community resident who was once a jockey, but now co-owns a Long Island company that is the largest supplier of cannoli on the East Coast.
Here is your Week in Review:
Controversial are released. Reviews in include “Wanderlust” and “Gone.”
Take a look at this list of the Douglaston Long Island Rail Road station’s .
State Sen. Tony Avella, D-Bayside, said he will introduce a bill that would allow the city’s Board of Elections to if they have outstanding fines for illegal campaign signs.
And check out Patch’s interview with , who aims to be the East Coast’s cannoli king.
This week’s Douglaston’s Own pick is conductor .
Be sure to check out our rundown of the for the first two months of 2012.
The Internal Revenue Service has who did not file a tax return in 2008.
The Douglas Manor Association and the Udalls Cove Preservation Committee announced an initiative to reopen trails in Udalls Cove Park and rename a portion of the site as Osprey Landing.
This week’s Parent Talk column involves methods on how to help a newborn sleep through the night.