It was a busy week for news in Bayside.
Northeast Queens's elected officials and community leaders said they were concerned that the site where the Bayside post office is proposed to be moved is inconvenient and, potentially, dangerous.
The city designates Auburndale for a "slow zone," but does not take Community Board 11's suggestions to create similar zones in Bayside and Douglas Manor.
And Patch readers passionately responded to a poll on whether they agreed with the United States Department of Agriculture's plan to remove and euthanize geese from the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Preserve as a means to prevent the birds from flying into planes.
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Take a look at Patch contributor Kristin Allocco's piece on . Reviews in included "The Amazing Spider-man" and "Savages."
Bayside leaders said they did not agree with USPS's to an annex near the Lawrence Cemetery.
And a poll we posted on the stirred up some strong feelings from readers. Take a look at the poll and cast your vote.
Check out this post on that recently opened in northeast Queens.
The city , but disregards CB 11's proposal to create similar zones in Bayside and Douglas Manor.
Check out the Daily Stache's latest blog post - a report card for this year's Mets.
The Bayside Village Business Improvement District will meet this coming week and vote in its board of directors.