Glendale’s newest health and nutrition-focused store celebrated its official grand opening over the weekend.
Infit Nutrition, located at 69-44 Cooper Avenue, offers a variety of products to help customers live a healthy lifestyle, whether their goal is to lose weight, gain weight or boost their energy.
Among the options on the menu are low-calorie, low-sugar and high-protein smoothies, teas, bowls and other specialty drinks and snacks.
Owner Jonathan Acosta, who opened Infit Nutrition in January, said the smoothies taste like ice cream and their teas taste like juice, but are all healthy. He said they put aloe in many of their products because it helps clean out the digestive system and burn fat.
“We want people to have healthier options,” he said.
Read more about Infit Nutrition’s grand opening on the Glendale Register here.
The proposed homeless shelter in Glendae on Cooper Avenue
The Department of Homeless Services (DHS) officially opened the Cooper Rapid Rehousing Center on Friday.
The transitional housing facility at 78-16 Cooper Avenue will provide “high-quality shetler and dedicated employment services” to single adult men experiencing homelessness, a DHS spokesperson said.
The facility welcomed eight men on its opening day, and will gradually increase the number of residents over the next few weeks.
“We look forward to welcoming and supporting more neighbors in need at this location over the next few weeks,” a DHS spokesperson said in a statement. “Working together with service provider Westhab and the community, we’re confident that we will make this the best experience it can be for these individuals as they get back on their feet.”
DHS will also set up a community advisory group that will provide a phone line for community members to call with concerns or issues.
Read more about the opening of the shelter in this week’s Shelter Watch in the Glendale Register.
EMU Health in Glendale, Queens is now using the SAVI SCOUT® surgical guidance system; innovative technology that allows their Radiologists to more accurately pinpoint lesions prior to surgery.
This new, sophisticated technology helps surgeons with tumor localization, surgical planning, surgical guidance, and confirmation of the tissue to be removed.
“The Savi Scout surgical guidance system allows surgeons to pinpoint a lesion with more accuracy prior to surgery, while also alleviating the need for a patient to visit radiology on the morning of surgery,” said Efrat Yaish, Chief Medical Officer of EMU Health in Glendale.
The SAVI SCOUT® uses radar technology and guides the surgeon to precisely target the breast tissue during a lumpectomy or excisional biopsy procedure, plan the incision and direct surgery. The end result is a smoother, simpler and more efficient day of surgery.
Top doctors in NYC practice at EMU Health Center; a modern healthcare facility offering various multi-specialty health services, such as Radiology, Women’s Health / OBGYN, Orthopedics,
You can contact EMU Health to learn more or schedule an appointment by calling 718.849.8700 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The proposed homeless shelter in Glendale on Cooper Avenue.
Community Board 5 is still not getting the answers it needs from city agencies about the planned homeless shelter at 78-16 Cooper Avenue in Glendale.
On Tuesday, CB5 Chair Vincent Arcuri Jr. penned a letter to Derek Lee, the Queens borough commissioner for the Department of Buildings, blasting his agency for not helping the board obtain amended documents.
“Once again, I must express my displeasure with how your Department is handling the review and filings for the above referenced job,” Arcuri wrote.
According to Arcuri, drawings of the site indicate that the dormitory-style residence will have 210 beds in 22 rooms on two floors.
The CB5 chair asked Lee what has been approved for occupancy at the location, since the project appears to be creating a residence facility that doesn’t comply with the city’s Multiple Dwelling laws.
Arcuri also brought up questions about how the former manufacturing warehouse complies with the city’s zoning code, particularly as transient hotels are not permitted within M1 districts.
“We are completely confused with what has been filed for the above-referenced job,” he wrote, “and dismayed by the fact that the current approved documents are not available for us to review.”
The topic is sure to come up at CB5’s monthly meeting, which is set for Wednesday, February 12 at 7:30 p.m. at Christ the King High School. in Middle Village.
If you haven’t sent in your community board application yet, don’t fret!
Acting Borough President Sharon Lee has extended the deadline for qualified and civic-minded applicants to Friday, March 13.
That means you’ll have six additional weeks from the original January 31 deadline to submit completed, signed and notarized applications to the BP’s office.
“The extension is to ensure that the pool of applicants is as robust as possible,” Lee said.
The community board application can be found online here.
There are 14 community boards in Queens. The boards hold hearings and issue recommendations on the city budget, municipal service delivery, land use and other matters that impact the community.
The borough president appoints all of the members, but the local City Council representative nominates half of the appointments.
Each member serves a two-year term.
For this upcoming round of appointments, the two-year term begins on April 1, 2020.
When you walk by the corner of 82nd Avenue and Myrtle Avenue, be sure to look up at the street sign.
You’ll notice that you’re walking on Jack Zwerenz Way.
Zwerenz was a longtime civic volunteer in Glendale. He was a prominent member of the Glendale Property Owners Association, where he fought against electrifying the Montauk branch of the LIRR that runs through Glendale.
He was also a co-founder GCOP, which today is one of the largest civilian patrols in the city.
Over the weekend, both groups joined Councilman Bob Holden to unveil the street sign in Zwerenz’s honor.
The next time you walk by, be sure to remember all the good Zwerenz contributed to the community.
The proposed Cooper Avenue Homeless Shelter will be one of the hot topics at the Community Board #5 meeting this Wednesday. Citing the need for fewer turns, fewer bus miles and better, more direct connections to subways, the MTA and DOT have unveiled a plan with longer distances between stops and what they claim to be ‘straighter paths’ along what appears to be busier streets. The plan is currently
The proposed homeless shelter in Glendae on Cooper Avenue
being scoured by Community Boards. Community Board #5 meets on Wednesday evening at 7:30 @ Christ The King HS.
NYC H2O and the Parks Department are hosting their final stewardship event of the year at the Ridgewood Reservoir.
Volunteers will help remove invasive plants from the path around the reservoir, which is home to 175 species of plants, but many of which are invasive.
For this project, volunteers will remove bittersweet and mugwort from the paths.
The event takes place on Sunday, December 15 at 10 a.m.
Meet at 58-02 Vermont Place in Glendale. The parking lot is across the street from the reservoir.
Spectrum has opened its latest store in The Shops at Atlas Park in Glendale.
The site will allow customers to learn more about and try the company’s video, internet and voice services, such as Spectrum Mobile, Spectrum Internet and the Spectrum TV app.
The store is open Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m to 8 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.
Customers can also complete transactions at the store, including account payments, upgrades or exchanging equipment.
Spectrum, which also opened a new store in Forest Hills, also has store locations in Astoria, Elmhurst, Bayside, Flushing and Jamaica.
Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Join The Shops at Atlas Park for their annual Tree Lighting Celebration on November 30 from 6 to 8 p.m.
The fun and free event will feature holiday music, face painters, strolling entertainment, fun giveaways for kids and much more.
The sponsors for the event include NYC Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst, Broadway Stages, Laser Bounce and Main Street Radiology.