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March Juniper Berry Magazine

March 2007 Juniper Berry

The Juniper Berry magazine has a rich tradition in the communities of Middle Village, Maspeth and Elmhurst. It was first published in 1938. The quarterly magazine is an all-volunteer effort and contains articles on crime prevention, neighborhood issues, meeting reports and notices, neighborhood history and photographs, guest articles, editorials and more.

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St. Saviour's Property Contains Historic Artifacts & Possibly Graves

St. Saviour's Property Contains Historic Artifacts & Possibly Graves

In two shocking revelations, both the NYS Office of Historic Preservation and the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission have admitted that the St. Saviour's site contains the potential for recovery of archaeologically significant materials, including human remains.

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Rust Street too polluted for housing

Rust Street too polluted for housing

The air is bad now at St. Saviour's, but it will soon be much worse. Is it moral to allow new housing to be built along a potential cancer ribbon?

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Two Firefighters Chosen for 2007 JPCA Community Service Awards

Two Firefighters Chosen for 2007 JPCA Community Service Awards

The JPCA applauds the heroic efforts of these two firefighters. Thanks to their professionalism and experience, we are no longer living with the daily fear and danger of having a firebug in our neighborhoods.

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The Challenge for Congressman Weiner

The Challenge for Congressman Weiner

Without question, we do not need the Cross Harbor Freight Rail Tunnel, but, we do need the freight rail infrastructure up-graded to 21st Century standards.

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Councilman Gallagher Betrays His Constituents

Councilman Gallagher Betrays His Constituents

Dennis P. Gallagher has certainly been an abysmal failure as our NYC Council representative. But he has been an even bigger failure as a human being.

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NYPD Precincts & Technology: Welcome to the 1950s

NYPD Precincts & Technology: Welcome to the 1950s

Take a tour of local NYC precincts and you may just find yourself traveling back in time to the 1950's. After an examination of the technology in the precincts you will quickly determine that it is closer to 1957 than 2007.

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Police Beat 104

Police Beat 104

We have some great news! 104 Precinct Commander Scott A. Shanley is no longer a Captain. He has been recently promoted to Deputy Inspector. Congratulations Inspector Shanley!

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The Queens County Farm Museum – A Place Back In Time

The Queens County Farm Museum – A Place Back In Time

Today the Queens County Farm Museum is a New York City Landmark and on the National Register of Historic Places. NYS Senator Frank Padavan wrote the legislation that transferred ownership from the state to the New York City Department of Parks and protected the site from development for future generations.

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