It was another busy week for local news in Bayside, Douglaston and Little Neck.
The city’s Sanitation Department will sweep Bell Boulevard once a week per a request from state Sen. Tony Avella, D-Bayside.
Douglaston leaders dedicated a plaque to the late Joseph Hellman at an overlook that will bear his name.
A Little Neck woman was killed after her own car rolled on top of her. And residents of that community complained that a sewer upgrade that shuts down their water weekly was becoming “annoying.”
Here is your Week in Review.
Take a look at Walter Mugdan’s latest Conservation Conversation blog post. The topic this week was pesticides.
Reviews in included “The Bourne Legacy,” “Hope Springs,” “Red Hook Summer” and “The Campaign.”
Check out this blog post on a plan by Wal-Mart to construct a chain store in Willets Point and take a look at this list of .
Little Neck residents said they were becoming “annoyed” with a .
Avella said the Sanitation Department has agreed to once per week. Former mayor , D-Flushing, in the NY-6 congressional race.
And a after her car rolled on top of her.
Northeast Queens leaders dedicated a plaque to Joseph Hellman at the site he saved from a developer that will become an overlook. FDNY officials said they were still investigating the cause of a .
Take a look at our first installment of Meet the Owner. This week’s pick is the owner of Bayside’s .
This week's topic is things parents should do before the new school season begins.