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CB2 Looks to Name Street After Late Waterfront Crabhouse Owner

The board will discuss the proposal to rename Borden Avenue and 2nd Street "Anthony Mazzarella Way."

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Strip Club Leaves Fliers That Look Like Parking Tickets on Cars

CB2 received calls from residents who thought the ads for Sugardaddy's Gentlemen's Club were tickets.

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Thieves Targeting Hybrid Car Batteries in Queens

The commander of the 108th Precinct said there have been nine such thefts in the last six weeks.

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Sculpture Erected on Jackson Avenue to Protest Another Sculpture

The artwork takes aim at the costs of a city's plan to install another sculpture nearby.

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Queens Community Board 2 Chairman Leaves Post After 23 Years

Patrick O'Brien, a member of the board for 13 years and second vice chair, was voted to succeed Conley.

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DOT Plans Pedestrian-Friendly Changes for Area South of Queens Plaza

Changes include adding pedestrian islands and extending sidewalks in some locations.

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City Halts Film Shoots in Hunters Point After Complaints

Community Board 2 complained early this year that the neighborhood was "inundated" with film shoots.

Sunnyside »

FDNY Looks to Use Sunnyside Warehouse for Spare Fire Engine Fleet

Queens CB2 approved the FDNY's plan — with several stipulations — to acquire the site at 39-34 43rd St.

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Queens Plaza Post Office Will Have to Relocate This Summer

The Queens Plaza post office's current lease expires at the end of August, officials said.

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Petition Reignites Debate Of LIC Restaurants' Use of Backyard Space

Residents are divided on whether Vernon Blvd. eateries should be allowed to seat diners in rear yards.

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LIC Flea Looking to Serve Booze at Outdoor Market

The much-buzzed about Mu Ramen is also hoping to serve liquor soon.

Sunnyside »

Queens CB2 Votes Against Bringing Aluminum House to Landmarked Sunnyside

The board said the Aluminaire House is too out of character for Sunnyside Gardens, a landmarked district.

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Doe Fund Will Start Cleaning Streets in Hunters Point, Councilman Says

Jimmy Van Bramer is allocating $65,000 to bring street cleaning teams to the neighborhood.

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Developer Amends 5Pointz Plan to Include Affordable Housing and Art Spaces

The plan for the Jackson Avenue site now includes 75 affordable units and expanded art studio space.

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CB2 Votes Against Plan to Replace 5Pointz with Luxury High-Rises

CB2 rejected the developer's application, but warned it could not stop 5Pointz from being torn down.

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