Portions of Forest Park could become part of the proposed High Line-style QueensWay project.
Renderings will be discussed during community workshops next week.
Residents say the buses are too long for the neighborhood's narrow streets.
The borough president says she would like to see a monument to the accomplishments of women replace it.
A local music teacher has worked for nearly a decade to make a Queens version of the High Line.
Locals’ opinions will be taken into consideration for the final design.
The rail line is also being considered to become the Queensway, Queens' version of the High Line.
Two prominent architecture firms will lead a study of the viability of the QueensWay project.
The area where the statue once stood is surrounded by a graffiti-covered fence.
The board had considered dismissing Mary Ann Carey, who has served the area for 30 years.
Toxic cleanup is planned near the site of the proposed QueensWay park.
The Forest Park Carousel reopened last May after being closed for years.
No Way QueensWay asks locals to oppose developing the abandoned LIRR branch.
The QueensWay project would turn 3.5 miles of abandoned rail tracks into a public park.
The controversial monument was placed in Green-Wood Cemetery on Monday.
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