July 23, 1999 RSS feed / Front Page

Leaning Tower Of Seaside

"Tenant Safety" Is Concern

Citing "tenant safety" as the purpose for visiting the Seaside buildings along Shore Front parkway, the New York City Buildings Department and Code Enforcement of Housing, Preservation and Development slapped the Zukerman property with several violat More...

WANTED FIREARMS

No Identification Needed

From July 15, 1999 until August 15, 1999, firearms will be accepted for anonymous surrender 24 hours a day, at all N.Y.C. precincts, housing police PSA’s and transit police districts. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

Trees the Parks Department planted along Shore Front between 73 and 95 streets look dead to us. More...

Boyle-ing Points

Sometimes I wonder if we were better off when Broad Channel was mad at us. Now that everything’s hunky-dory I’m expected to translate and promote the stuff Marty Feeney sends in. More...

Chatting With Chapey

Chapey’s Regular Democratic Club lead Queens Democrats

Chapey's Regular Democratic Club filed the largest number of petitions from a single club in Queens County in the current petition process to select a Queens District Attorney. Dr. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Predictable

Politicians, don’t you just love them. The City Council just voted themselves a 28 percent pay hike. With most of them facing term limits they won’t have to face voters on this issue. They’re giving themselves the equivalent of a golden parachute. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Esther Levenson, Involved With RMAC - Esther Levenson, 86, died on Sunday, July 11, 1999. At the time of death, she was with her son Conrad, daughter Emily, and her family and friends. More...

Céad Mile Failté!

Come Back To Irishtown This Weekend

Irish Festival weekend is here. It’s that time of the year when Beach 108 street and Rockaway Beach boulevard comes alive on Saturday and Sunday, July 24 and 25, beginning at noon and ending at 9 p.m. More...

Cop Run Over

Police Officer William McElroy was run over early Wednesday afternoon near the corner of Beach 54 street and Beach Channel drive, in front of the Hong Kong Chinese Kitchen when a delivery truck driver unwittingly backed over the foot patrol cop. More...

Future In Doubt?

St. John’s Lays Off 95

Light at the end of the tunnel seems to be dimmer day by day as St. John’s Episcopal Hospital announced that 95 employees will be fired and the 10th floor of the hospital will be closed by August 15. More...

Sports

Angels Meet Sabrina, Teenage Witch

Our local 10 year old basketball team, the Angels, were rewarded for their hard efforts collecting for their trip to the Nationals which will be held at the Wide World of Sports in Disney World Florida week. More...

B.C.A.C. News

Broad Channel Athletic Club is currently holding registration for the upcoming 1999 season. Soccer registration will be held Tuesday and Thursday between 6 and 7 p.m. More...

Basketball Camp At McClancy High

Msgr McClancy High School will sponsor its 17th annual summer basketball day camp for boys (7-15 years old) beginning Monday, August 9 through Friday August 13 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. More...

Letters

Ban It Now

Dear Editor: For three years Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver has refused to let the members of the New York State Assembly vote on banning partial birth abortion. More...

Behind Closed Doors

Dear Editor; Lew Simon noted in his July 17 column that Ocean Park residents are wondering where local officials like Assemblywoman Audrey Pheffer are-on the issue of the non-working elevators at the 27 story building. More...

Ode To The ‘A’ Train

Dear Editor; Wave editorials and the Bag of Mail frequently mention the much maligned ‘A’ train service to and from Rockaway. Granted it’s slow, not very clean and, this time of year, most cars are like a sauna. More...


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