It was a busy week for news in Douglaston and Little Neck.
A project to construct new sewers and upgrade distilling basins began this week in Little Neck.
The city designated Auburndale for a "slow zone," but does not take Community Board 11's suggestions to create similar zones in Bayside and Douglas Manor.
And the Little Neck Soccer league has been wearing the number of a player from Brooklyn who was fatally shot in late May.
Here is your Week in Review:
Check out this post that includes . Reviews in included "The Amazing Spider-man" and "Savages."
Take a look at Patch contributor Kristin Allocco's piece on how to .
Little Neck Soccer players have been wearing the number eight on their arms this season to , who lived in Brooklyn but played in the league. He was shot and killed when a man attempted to rob him in May.
Check out this post on that recently opened in northeast Queens. This week's Douglaston's Own pick was former Wisconsin governor .
The city , but disregards CB 11's proposal to create similar zones in Douglas Manor and Bayside.
Check out the Daily Stache's latest blog post - a report card for this year's Mets.
This week's Parent Talk topic is whether it is important to get children out of the city for a while during the summer.