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The organization, still searching for a permanent home for its expansion New York City Football Club, is eyeing a site in the borough, again. Several sources say MLS is looking to build a permanent stadium for the team, which is slated to begin playing next year at Yankee Stadium, at Aqueduct Race Track. That site came into focus after MLS made a deal with the Yankees, who own 20 percent of the new club, in the wake of a failed deal last year with the Mets.
That plan would have led to a new soccer stadium at Flushing Meadows Corona Park — an idea that caused considerable controversy because it would have required the city to give up parkland.
The Bloomberg administration, in its final months, was able to negotiate the deal with the Yankees and move the team to the. Bronx, but those plans fell through after the owner of a business that would have had to relocate failed to reach a deal with MLS.
Despite that, the team is slated to start playing next year, in Yankee Stadium until a new arena is built. How far along the Aqueduct proposal has gotten is not known. Cuomo proposed in City Hall did not acknowledge Aqueduct as a site, but did say it is looking for a new location.
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Though the number of homes that have been completed is small, , until last March, not a single Sandy-damaged home in the city had work finished through the program. Of those, 5, have had their initial intake meeting and 3, have been through the damage inspection process. The city says 1, option review meetings have been held and homeowners have selected options. There have been design consultations for homes in the district. A total of 1, homeowners in the district who have applied to Build it Back have withdrawn their applications or have not responded to callbacks.
Construction has commenced on homes and finished on Not a lot of activity at a Build it Back center in Staten Island.
In the 31st Council District, which includes Far Rockaway, the eastern portion of the Rockaway Peninsula and Rosedale, 2, homeowners have registered for the program, 1, have had their intake meetings and 1, have had damage inspection done. A total of homeowners have had option review meetings and have selected options.
Construction has started on 36 homes in the district and three have been completed. A total of homeowners in the 31st District have withdrawn their applications. Among the complaints were too much bureaucratic red tape, little community outreach, missed appointments and lost paperwork. The de Blasio administration overhauled the program in April, installing a new head, Amy Peterson, and embedding staff in the offices of area officials, including the Howard Beach office of state Sen.
Mayor de Blasio said he wanted to start construction on at least homes by the end of summer. City Hall said last year Q they had met that goal. T he ow ners of the deli spoke to police after the incident, but would not comment on what happen. An employee of the deli acknowledged on Sunday that there was a fight, but did not say if a robbery. Party favorites win DL races An incumbent and her running mate backed by the Queens Democratic Party emerged victorious from two competitive races for district leader in the 38th Assembly District in the Sept.
Errante, who was the incumbent, defeated her opponent, Stephanie Constante, votes to votes, a point margin. Vazquez, who was running for the seat left open by Al Baldeo, who was last month convicted of corruption charges stemming from a straw voter scandal, handily defeated his opponent, Farouk Samaroo, votes to votes.
The Democratic Party has two male and two female district leaders in each district. Q — Domenick Rafter. A conven ience store i n Ozone Park was left in shambles after a scuffle broke out inside late Friday afternoon that m ight have stem med from an attempted robbery gone awry. T he i ncident h appened a rou nd 4: A helicopter hovered low over the location for several minutes, alarming nearby residents who rushed to the intersection to see what was going on.
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He also will be required to make himself available to the board as it continues its internal investigation of allegations against him. The board directed its audit committee to furnish the office of city Comptroller Scott Stringer with records that Stringer has been seeking for an audit.
The move is intended to end ongoing court proceedings initiated by Stringer against the board. The board has set a deadline of Sept. It also passed a resolution to turn over information being sought by the U.
Lastly, the board suspended an investigation into identifying a whistleblower suspected of leaking information to the media. Galante, who was present for the first five minutes of the meeting, did not return following a decision to go into executive session and was unavailable for comment. Official reaction was swift and supportive. Stringer issued a statement moments after the vote, saying. Melinda Katz to finally enact laws that will give taxpayers real insight into whether their money is being spent properly.
He hopes the vote will lead to a reversal of the trend. The board, with 19 positions under its charter, still has six vacancies. Mayor de Blasio and Katz have been steadily replacing Galante supporters on the board since purging a group of them in July. The faction had defeated a resolution to place him on leave Q last spring.
The case of Eastern Queens Alliance v. Second Circuit Court of Appeals on Sept. Kennedy International Airport, a move that. Residents, civics in U. Court of Appeals would shift the runway more than feet closer to neighborhoods north of the airport. The move is being made to comply with FAA regulations that go into effect in , and would allow JFK to service larger and higher-capacity passenger and cargo jets.
Residents in Rosedale, Brookville and other neighborhoods in Southeast Queens say that will bring larger planes lower over their homes, schools, churches and recreational areas, and are concerned about a possible. Chris Christie, to conduct the equivalent of a federal Part environmental study at both Kennedy and LaGuardia airports. The rationale is that it will speed up the. The PA has said that a less stringent study it already has published is sufficient.
Vanel said the agency now has a day window to respond to his brief, after which he will have 14 days to file paperwork Q addressing the response. When the plan fell through, it marked a major victory for the public interest. Then Major League Soccer, which wants to build the stadium for its new team, went to the Bronx, hoping to put it in a park next to Yankee Stadium. Now that plan also has failed, and MLS again has turned its attention toward Queens.
Establishing a pro soccer team in Queens was always a great idea, just not at Flushing Meadows./p>
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