2030 Astoria Developers wants to construct nearly 1,700 apartments on the Astoria waterfront.
The board's advisory vote was to deny the plan unless the developer agrees to several stipulations.
The five-building project would bring nearly 1,700 new apartments to the Astoria waterfront.
The plan would extend the median separating Astoria Boulevard North and Grand Central Parkway.
The DOT presented details of its bike share program to Queens Community Board 1 Tuesday night.
Plans would build a 6-story expansion at the Astoria medical center, to open in 2016.
The parody site takes jabs at the board for being out of touch with the rest of the community.
The parody site removed most of its content, claiming it had received legal threats.
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