The artwork takes aim at the costs of a city's plan to install another sculpture nearby.
Patrick O'Brien, a member of the board for 13 years and second vice chair, was voted to succeed Conley.
Changes include adding pedestrian islands and extending sidewalks in some locations.
Community Board 2 complained early this year that the neighborhood was "inundated" with film shoots.
Queens CB2 approved the FDNY's plan — with several stipulations — to acquire the site at 39-34 43rd St.
The Queens Plaza post office's current lease expires at the end of August, officials said.
Residents are divided on whether Vernon Blvd. eateries should be allowed to seat diners in rear yards.
The much-buzzed about Mu Ramen is also hoping to serve liquor soon.
The board said the Aluminaire House is too out of character for Sunnyside Gardens, a landmarked district.
Jimmy Van Bramer is allocating $65,000 to bring street cleaning teams to the neighborhood.
The plan for the Jackson Avenue site now includes 75 affordable units and expanded art studio space.
CB2 rejected the developer's application, but warned it could not stop 5Pointz from being torn down.
The Hunters Point eatery wants CB2 to lift a stipulation banning it from using its backyard dining area.
A proposed zoning change would allow sidewalk cafes in special zoning districts where they're now banned.
Owners of the pub Donovan's say a three-hour afternoon parking ban on Roosevelt Ave. is bad for business.
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