According to the 104 someone has been arrested in the breakins around the Glendale area. More good news is that the theft could not post bail. His next court gonfiabili per bambini appearance is scheduled for 11/23/10 and he has also been charged with 3 additional burglaries in 102 Precinct. He has not been sentenced yet because he case has not been to trial. Rest a little easier the 104 is working for you. Now if we can just get them to answer the phon
Rminder that RETURNING member signups for the Glendale CSA (fod cooperative run out of the Purple house on 88th Street) are OPEN. Go to the Garden of Eve farm inflatable water slide website for futher information r the Glendale CSA. This on of the best things happening in Glendale. New 2011 members will be required to schedule a brief face-to-face as last year, just so people understand the basics of CSA and shares.
Tonight at the Metropolitan High School – be there at 7 if you are concerned about your child’s seat.commercial jumping castle for sale
With all this talk about rezoning – how, who, when. This should be simple – if your zip code is not 11385 – you should be in a different school and not overcrowding 113. This is not a popular statement and therefore youwill never hear an elected official make such a statement. But truth be told- Glendale children belong in Glendale schools. Woodhaven and Richmond Hill children belong in Woodhaven and Richmond Hill schools. Problem solved. A little basic common sense.
Seems like Atlas is on the move – the new landlord being connected to the Queens Center Mall sheds some hope for some good retail possibilities. Any thoughts out there on what you would like to see. I personally woudl love some chain stores – Gap, Anne Taylor, Loft, Victoria Secrets, Sephora…. this could be light at the end of the tunnel. And let’s all keep supporting the stores like Starbucks who toughed it out and have been so generous to the Glendale Community.
Obviously not someone who lives near Atlas Park or anywhere in Glendale. If Ms. Stubbs is so concerned about having a Walmart, maybe she should be looking for a inflatable water slide location in walking distance to her home. Ms. Stubbs – please keep away from Glendale. I don’t think you will find much support for your campaign to put Walmart at Atlas Park.
So here is my worse snow experience this season. I pride myself in living in an area where we all help each other. Now that my husband and I are inflatable tent approaching “senior” status it is wonderful to have neighbors who alway lend a hand with snow removal, etc. Never would anyone true Glendale resident not be a good neighbor. This season we shoveled out abandoned cars for neighbors, gave shovels to our Yeshiva neighbors and help them dig out their abandoned van…all good neighbors. So here I am with my youngest son on the way up Doran Ave and now stuck at the interesection of Doran and 88th. Once again all the good people come to our assistance, neighbors and strangers, all helping to dig us out. Along comes SUV and a young man jumps out and shoves his NYPD badge in our face and tells us to move…duh… we would if we could. Not even offers a helping hand. After a few choice words from yours truly he gets back in his SUV and drives off with his FDNY father. Fortunately, this gonfiabili was not an officer from our 104 – just to be clear. Can you make this stuff up! PS both the police officer and fire officer are Glendale residents – now there is the expection to the rule.
As of November 17 the ice rink developer only met with DOB’s Project Advocate to inquire on the general requirements of such a project. However, plans for this project, along with an exact address under which the project would be filed, have yet to be provided by the inflatable water slide developer. So can anyone explain why residents in Glendale received a Aviator Postcard advertising the opening of the ice rink on Veteran’s Day. Here we go again, another developer trying to slip by without permits. Who do they really know….or are icing.
Assemblyman Miller is holding a food drive to benefit Sared Heart’s food pantry. The drive will end on Nov. 17 so please drop your donations of this week at Glendale Auto Tech 72-14 73rd Place or H&M Brokerage 75-17 Myrtle Ave.
The railroad is still an important part of Glendale, even though the commuter lines no longer run through the neighborhood, the freight trains constantly pass inflatable water slide through. Early morning loads filled with garbage wake residents, and trains idling at the Otto Road rail yard continue to pollute the environment. What are your thoughts?