Winner of QNS' "Best of the Boro" award 4 years in a row, owned by Middle Village native Joe Cucchiara, JC Landscaping & Design has worked hard to become a staple in our local community since 2002. In addition to our over 300 service accounts, our client list includes Christ the King High School, Our Lady of Hope, Sacred Heart, St. Stan's, Maspeth Federal Savings Bank, Papavero Funeral Home and local neighborhood Wendy's restaurants. We have a dedicated office staff, trained field landscapers and a state-of-the-art design studio. With our main office located on Woodhaven Boulevard, our projects span from the rooftops of Manhattan to the expansive backyards of Long Island. We pride ourselves on offering our clients the latest in landscaping techniques and technologies. We strive to exceed expectations on every job and to always provide consistent stellar service to our weekly customers. One of the most important guiding principles of JC Landscaping & Design is to give back whenever possible. Throughout the years we have been involved in numerous local fundraisers and been the cosponsors of various charitable events throughout the community. The business would not be where it is today without the support of this neighborhood and all of our loyal clients. Contact us for an estimate today, we would love to meet with you! Call or write for a free estimate today: (718) 672-7323; email@example.com. View our work at jcdesignscapes.com.
Originally published in the March 2020 Juniper Berry Magazine
JC Landscaping and Design
Sample of JC's work.
March 2020 Table of Contents
- Yesterday & Today: 69th Place looking south at Grand Avenue, 1920
- La Bella Torte caters to Vietnam Veterans
- Berry Bits: Cooper Ave shelter opens unexpectedlty
- Berry Bits: Amazon will rent out the Metro Mall
- Berry Bits: Three groups sue to stop Manhattan, Bronx and Queens jails
- Berry Bits: Another option for American flag disposal
- Berry Bits: Long anticipated mall opening soon at Metro Mall
- Berry Bits: Property tax overhaul in the works
- Berry Bits: Early voting for Queens BP special election
- A Message from the President 3-2020
- Remembering Our Unsung Heroes From The Vietnam War
- Historic Marker Dedicated to DeWitt Clinton Home Installed in Maspeth
- MA KIN: You Don't Need to Fly to Thailand for Authentic Thai Food
- Plans for Tony's Pizza to return to Metropolitan Avenue
- Centerfold photos: Richard Murillo
- JC Landscaping and Design
- 104th Precinct Report 3-2020
- Protecting Our Waterways
- Who's Running For Queens Borough President?
- Friends of the Maspeth Library
- In Honor of Those Who Fell in Vietnam
- Berry Book Review: The Woman in the Window
- Berry Game Review: No Man's Sky
- Social Security Launches New Campaign to Fight Scammers
- Ricco's Recipes 3-2020
- Neighborhood Hall of Shame 3-2020
- Bells: A Campanology Poem
- Things That Are Dumb: Three violent incidents in Maspeth parking lot
- Things That Are Dumb: Headed in the wrong direction
- Things That Are Dumb: Majority of City Council wants to give noncitizens the right to vote
- Things That Are Dumb: De Blasio wants to pack 'em in
- Things That Are Dumb: Bedbug shuts down subway during rush hour
- Things That Are Dumb: The never-ending CSX mess
- History of the DeWitt Clinton House
- A brief history of Berger Industries
- Get Your Social Security Benefit Statement
- The Monument Men of Middle Village
- Things That Are Dumb: He doth protest too much, wethinks
- Letters to the Editor 3-2020
- Juniper Valley Area ‒ The New Transportation Desert!
- Straight, Square and Smooth
- This was supposed to be an obituary
- Thanks to our Holiday Party & Raffle Donors!
- The Musical Legacy of Maspeth's Firth Family
- The absurdity of New York's bail reform
- How You Can Help END Puppy Mills
- New York's Plastic Bag Ban
- She Loves Me. She Loves Me Not.
- Killy's Korner 3-2020
- Memories of PS102
The Juniper Berry magazine, first published in 1938 is an all-volunteer effort containing articles on crime prevention, neighborhood issues, meeting reports and notices, neighborhood history and photographs, guest articles, editorials and more.
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