Kissena Way Support Grows with John Liu

The Kissena Way project looks to connect Flushing Meadows, Kissena Corridor, Kissena, and Peck Parks by a single family-safe path. In this effort we already have support from almost 1,000 community members, a letter from the Parks Committee of Queens Community Board 7, and letters from great local politicians: Assembly Member Rozic, Council Member Koo, Council Member Grodenchik, Senator Stavisky, Assembly Member Braunstein, Council Member Vallone, and Senator John Liu. The next step is to work with the Department of Transportation and the Department of Parks & Recreation to conduct a long-overdue study for the completion of this route.… Read More Kissena Way Support Grows with John Liu

Assemblywoman Nily Rozic Supports the Kissena Way

Today Assemblywoman Nily Rozic publicly announced her support of the Kissena Way project.  We are overjoyed at her interest in building a family safe path connecting the parks of Eastern Queens. The Assemblywoman’s district (shown here in yellow) covers much of the Queens section of the Brooklyn / Queens Greenway.  Making this a continuous, protected… Read More Assemblywoman Nily Rozic Supports the Kissena Way

Councilman Peter Koo Publicly Supports the Kissena Way

Councilman Peter Koo recently took some time to meet with community members who support the Kissena Way, a family-safe trail connecting Flushing Meadows Park with Eastern Queens.  Most of the route would be in our parkland, including connections to Kissena Corridor Park’s upcoming meditation garden. Our own Eastern Queens Greenway team made the presentation showing… Read More Councilman Peter Koo Publicly Supports the Kissena Way