CB11 Plays Politics with Safety Infrastructure

On September 11th, 2017, Community Board 11 Queens tried to destroy the street safety improvements they approved at their previous General Meeting.  We could not be more disappointed at the lack of commitment to neighborhood safety, the inappropriate politicking, or the lack of civic process. After the General Meeting on June 5th, when the Northern… Read More CB11 Plays Politics with Safety Infrastructure

The Community Praises the Protected Bike Lane on Oceania Street and 210th Street

Oakland Gardens residents and the students of Nathanial Hawthorne Middle School 74Q just got a big safety improvement that our community leaders are excited about. Council Member Barry S. Grodenchik, Congress Member Grace Meng, Assembly Member Nily Rozic, Assembly Member David Weprin, and Community Board 11 Queens Chair Christine L. Haider all spoke yesterday praising… Read More The Community Praises the Protected Bike Lane on Oceania Street and 210th Street

CB11 Transportation Committee Revisits Already Approved Bike Lane / Street Design

On Monday, July 17th the Transportation Committee of Community Board 11 held an emergency meeting to discuss ideas about a protected path connecting Bayside and Douglaston.  Earlier this year the same Community Board’s General Committee had already voted to approved DoT’s design for this path, 18 in favor, 11 against (color photo below).  The ideas… Read More CB11 Transportation Committee Revisits Already Approved Bike Lane / Street Design