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The city will host a planning meeting on the dock this Thursday.

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A local shop owner has started using "Westoria" to refer to a section of Astoria west of 21st Street.

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The route connects Astoria, Roosevelt Island, Long Island City, 34th Street and Wall Street.

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The supermarket will open in the first building of the Durst Organization's project at 1-02 26th Ave. 

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The state's "Affordable New York" tax program will allow Durst to construct the remaining six buildings.

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Coed softball league Astoria Social says Whitey Ford Field is uneven and full of holes.

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A majority of the neighborhood voted for Clinton but some Districts saw higher numbers of Trump voters.

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The city is eyeing nearly a dozen potential Queens streets and possible new bridges to Brooklyn.

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The developer wants to get its design plans approved under current building codes, a spokesman says.

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Durst had originally planned a "micro-grid" to power its buildings on the Astoria waterfront.

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The State Legislature is wrapping up this week, so far without a decision on what to do with 421-a.

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The man and woman held up a 28-year-old man in Astoria on May 22, police said.

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The next phase of the massive waterfront development is on hold after the state's 421a program expired.

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Without the 421-a tax breaks, the Durst Organization won't do the full project.

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Officials broke ground Thursday on the development, which will include 2,400 new apartments.