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109th Precinct Build the Block meeting at St. Andrew Avellino 12/10/19

Sgt. Pilla, Kevin Morris, Joseph Brostek, Officer Thomas Dean, Office Mike Patronzio


Ms. LaRocca grew up in the neighborhood and she spoke fondly about returning to her roots before describing her department’s role. She outlined its responsibilities and the many challenges it faces. Compliance with building codes, enforcing zoning restrictions, assuring workers’ safety and providing appropriate training are primary. The Commissioner said they have to respond to many thousands of complaints, especially about illegal conversions, unsafe building practices and unlicensed work.



BFHA President Kevin Morris, Deputy Inspector Keith Shine from the 109th Precinct, Gary Chin NY Regional Representative of American Red Cross and Communications Chair Joseph Brostek. Great meeting, we covered BFHA business, police update and home preparedness.






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Broadway-Flushing Homeowners’ Association vice president Joseph Brostek witnessed the passing of the gavel at the Association’s recent executive board meeting. Janet McCreesh the organizations 29th president turns the gavel over to incoming leader Kevin Morris. Although she is stepping down as president, Mrs. McCreesh who has served the homeowners faithfully for many year plans to remain active. “It has been my honor to serve as President of the BFHA for the past two years.   It is truly inspiring to work alongside a group of people who appreciate our community and work hard to protect it.  I look forward to our change in leadership and am excited to work with our incoming 30th President, Kevin Morris.” [click to continue…]

Council Member Vallone Announces That Beloved Toddler Program Will Resume this September at Bowne Park Field House and allocates fund for additional program to run throughout Summer 2018!


On Thursday, Council Member Vallone announced that the beloved toddler program at the Bowne Park Field house, led by Eric Friedman, is officially set to resume this September. After the renovation of the Bowne Park playground and field house, it was discovered that the program’s future was in jeopardy of being relocated. Council Member Vallone was contacted by several constituents, and he successfully advocated to the Department of Parks and Recreation for the program to be resumed at Bowne Park. [click to continue…]

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