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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. […] Read More

By Mark Hallum Flushing historian Joseph Brostek said he hopes to revitalize the legacy of a fallen World War I veteran who died in the conflict and whose body remains in Belgium. For Brostek, an additional plaque in front of Father McGoldrick Public Library at 155-06 Roosevelt Ave. has the potential to solidify U.S. Army […] Read More

Apr 2, 2018 Press Release Newly enacted measure directs FAA to look at using more accurate metrics to measure effects of noise WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Reps. Grace Meng (D-Queens), Tom Suozzi (D-L.I./Queens), Joe Crowley (D-Queens/Bronx), Greg Meeks (D-Queens), Hakeem Jeffries (D-Brooklyn/Queens) and Kathleen Rice (D-L.I.), members of the Congressional Quiet Skies Caucus, announced today […] Read More

Senator Tony Avella has introduced his Architectural District Bill to allow for the creation and recognition of architectural districts statewide. I urge every member to write letters to: Senator John J. Flanagan Leader NYS Senate 260 Middle County Road Suite 102 Smithtown, NY 11787 Flanagan@nysenate.gov And Senator Jeffrey D. Klein 1250 Waters Place Suite 1202 […] Read More

A standing room only ceremony was recently held at the McGoldrick Library to celebrate the unveiling of a plaque honoring namesake Father Edward F. McGoldrick who was instrumental in getting the library established almost a century ago. BFHA member and St. Andrew Avellino Parish historian Joe Brostek worked for almost two years to have the […] Read More

From Queens Examiner: With city elections approaching, Broadway-Flushing residents got a chance to hear from four Democratic candidates vying for two northeast Queens City Council seats. At the Broadway-Flushing Homeowner Association’s Candidates Night on Thursday, incumbents Paul Vallone and Peter Koo largely defended their accomplishments in elected office, while challengers Paul Graziano and Alison Tan, […] Read More

From the Times Ledger: The Broadway-Flushing Homeowners Association held a candidates night last week for City Council members and their challengers to speak about prostitution, landmarking and traffic in the districts they want to represent. City Councilman Paul Vallone (D-Bayside) spoke about crime while his opponent, land use expert Paul Graziano, discussed how he is […] Read More

From Queens Chronicle: With their Democratic primary challengers arguing the opposite, Councilmen Paul Vallone (D-Bayside) and Peter Koo (D-Flushing) each made his case for why he should be re-elected last Thursday at a candidates’ night organized by the Broadway-Flushing Homeowners Association and the Station Road Civic Association at The Church on the Hill. Vallone pointed […] Read More

From the Queens Tribune: City Council candidates for the 19th district discussed everything from development to quality of life issues during a “candidates night” at the Broadway-Flushing Homeowners’ Association meeting on June 22. Councilman Paul Vallone (D-Bayside) is defending his seat from city planner and activist Paul Graziano. Vallone argued that his district had grown […] Read More

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