Week in Review

Catch up on the stories that took place in your community this week.

Several of this week’s stories revolved around environmental issues, including the latest blog post from Udalls Cove Preservation Committee President Walter Mugdan as well as a piece on ’s education director being honored by the United Nations.

At this month’s Community Board 11 meeting, the board called on the city to retain a local Beacon program and discussed an overlook that will be named in honor of Douglaston activist Joseph Hellman.

City Comptroller John Liu also dropped by the meeting to discuss assessments for co-ops and condos and city water rates.


on May 1. Reviews in included “Wrath of the Titans” and “Mirror, Mirror.”


CB 11 members discussed the at Bayside’s M.S. 158 and an overlook that could be named after Joseph Hellman.

Liu dropped by the meeting to discuss his office’s and a recent proposal by the city’s Department of Environmental Protection to raise water rates by seven percent next year.

CB 11 Chairman Jerry Iannece announces his plans to .

And a new next to Giftalicious on 235th Street this month.


This week’s Douglaston’s Own pick is actor . APEC’s Aline Euler is given an .

And be sure to check out Walter Mugdan’s latest Conservation Conversation post.


Take a look at Patch’s recipe for an .


Check out the Internal Revenue Service’s advice for paying your taxes on time.


This week’s Parent Talk topic revolves around the new documentary “Bully.”


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