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"You couldn't pry her away from this park," Elizabeth McQueen's grandson said of the late park leader.

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The city has set aside $3 million to buy and renovate the site at 39th Avenue and 50th Street.

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Residents near the LIRR tracks are calling on the MTA to build a sound barrier to block noise.

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The funding will bring the much-needed play space to P4@Skillman.

Astoria »

Proposals include putting picnic tables at Astoria Park and planting trees on 48th Avenue.

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Residents started a campaign last week to preserve the property on 44th Drive from demolition.

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A partial demolition permit was filed for the site at 21-42 44th Dr. in December.  

Astoria »

30th Street between 37th and 38th avenues will be called "Εθνικός Κήρυξ - National Herald Way."

Long Island City »

Parents and local leaders will rally Friday to erect a homemade stop sign on 5th Street and 46th Avenue.

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The school will seat 600 students and will be completed by the end of 2020, officials said.

Sunnyside »

Councilman Van Bramer and Access Queens want the MTA to prioritize the 7 line for a service review.

Long Island City »

Mayor de Blasio allocated nearly $30 million this year to reconstruct streets in Hunters Point and LIC.

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City officials have not selected a site for the proposed Central Park stable.

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The budget includes more than $200 million for four new schools in the area, Van Bramer said.

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Advocates called on Mayor Bill de Blasio to develop a plan to deal with hit-and-runs.