CB2 said its decision to turn down Alobar's request is in response to neighbor concerns about noise.
GrowNYC plans to open a youth-run farmstand on 48th Ave., where Down to Earth is also planning a market.
A plan to bring alternate side parking to the Queens neighborhood has evoked fierce opposition.
A proposal to bring alternate side parking to Hunters Point has some residents panicked.
A group of Queens advocates are pushing for safety improvements at a busy intersection in Sunnyside.
Long Island City leaders say they need more waterfront bus service.
Local leaders and historians want the tree in Woodside to be designated as landmark.
In the evenings, the park on the Hunters Point waterfront is full of cuddling couples.
Queens residents are complaining that food carts under the 7 train may be posing a health hazard.
Residents hope that IS/HS 404 in Long Island City will emphasize the environment.
Community Board 2 is looking to establish a BID in Woodside.
The owners of 5Pointz are seeking to finalize their plans for a new development in Long Island City.
LIC residents also complain that auto body shops along 44th Avenue are taking away parking spots.
Residents along Skillman Avenue say that increased truck traffic is destroying their quality of life.
32BJ asked the CB2 members for support in their dispute with LIC developer.
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