It was a busy week in Douglaston.
Councilman Dan Halloran, R-Whitestone, and co-op owners called on the city to extend the deadline to contest assessments by the Department of Finance.
Patch kicked off its new series – Douglaston’s Own – with a profile of controversial chess champion Bobby Fischer. Each week, we will write about well-known figures who lived in the neighborhood or in Little Neck.
State Sen. Tony Avella, D-Bayside, called for volunteers to help remove snow for seniors this winter.
And be sure to read our coverage of the year’s first Community District Education Council 26 meeting.
Here’s your Week in Review:
students for a reading program in honor of a soldier killed in Afghanistan.
Reviews in include “Haywire,” “Red Tails” and “Miss Bala.” And state Sen. Avella and state Assemblyman Edward Braunstein, D-Bayside, to give both the city and state jurisdiction over grocery stores in the five boroughs.
Queens Borough President Helen Marshall discusses education during her annual speech.
Patch posts its .
Be sure to read our first column on Bobby Fischer and take a look at the at the Douglaston-Little Neck Library.
Councilman Halloran and northeast Queens residents call for the city to extend the deadline to .
Avella says his office is seeking volunteers to help remove snow from the properties of seniors in his district this winter.
CDEC 26 discussed bullying during its first meeting of 2012.
Bullying is also the topic of this week’s Parent Talk column. Click here to read more.