Our Next Meeting

Town Meeting
(followed by 85th Anniversary Celebration)
Saturday, September 23, 2023
Trinity Lutheran Church
TICKETS REQUIRED! Purchase here.


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Update on Juniper Valley Park and it’s not good news. ... See MoreSee Less

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Glad the kids were disciplined that did the vandalism. Unfortunate that the parks department did a cheap job on the running track. How can you tell a church not to have a gathering. Doesn't that violate 1st amendment rights?

well lawless new york, this is what people voted for

I’m curious, when did a teacher at 128 ID these kids. When was that incident?

We need to stop blaming COVID and politics for the reason that these incidents are occurring. It all goes back to Parenting or Lack there of. Parents have completely checked out. There is no respect or accountability. I could go on & on - but these destructive behaviors all lead back to home. Children are given everything with out earning it and there are no consequences when rules are not followed. 🙁 Those teens should be tasked with repairing and cleaning up the park

Are they ever going to redo or re-pave the basketball courts on the the 80th street side of the park..nothing but gravel .. kids getting hurt everyday..parks department white shirt said it’s up to the councilman..

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We are proud to have participated in patrolman Joseph Jockel‘s memorial service and street co-naming. ... See MoreSee Less

We are proud to have participated in patrolman Joseph Jockel‘s memorial service and street co-naming.Image attachment

Robbery occurred near 60th Avenue/ 71st Street

The Victim was walking northbound on 71st Street, after leaving a bank. As the Victim was approaching her home, the Victim felt that someone was behind her. When she turned around, the Victim observed that there was a male Hispanic next to her. The unknown perpetrator displayed a knife to the Victim and took her purse which contained a debit card and $1,800. The unknown Hispanic male entered into a dark colored sedan with a second unknown perpetrator and fled southbound on 71st Street towards Elliot Avenue. The Victim suffered no injuries.

DI Kevin Coleman, Commanding Officer
104th Precinct
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