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It was a busy week for news in northeast Queens as state Sen. Tony Avella, D-Bayside, set up a meeting with the Federal Aviation Administration following complaints from Bayside residents about a new flight plan from LaGuardia Airport.
A project to repave Northern Boulevard in Douglaston was expected to be underway this week and the Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance discussed plans for an eco-friendly dock at Fort Totten.
Here is your Week in Review for news from Bayside, Douglaston and Little Neck.
Take a look at Walter Mudan's latest Conservation Conversation blog post. My review in was "The Dark Knight Rises."
Check out this blog post from the Daily Stache on the rivalry between Mets and Yankees fans.
The Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance says that an would not likely open at Fort Totten until 2014. And a project to repave and resurface Northern Boulevard between Alley Pond Environmental Center and Douglaston Parkway was expected to commence this week.
Bayside Patch combines with Douglaston-Little Neck Patch into one site for northeast Queens news. Avella sets up a meeting with the FAA to discuss a . Wild Cherry, a new yogurt bar, opens at Little Neck Plaza.
Take a look at Patch's list of local . State Sen. Tony Avella, D-Bayside, joins Bayside leaders to protest a plan to close Bell Boulevard's post office and move it to an annex on 216th Street.
And the 111th Precinct says a were acts of vandalism.