Marshall Delivers State Of The Borough Address
Here is what Queens Borough President Helen Marshall said about Rockaway: 95 "In the Rockaways, the first phases of Arverne-by-the-Sea is nearing completion; Edgemere will soon be the site of 300 new homes for working families; and the New York City Housing Authority HOPE 6 project has completed the renovation of 1,482 apartments at Ocean Bay. When completed more than 1,800 apartments will be renovated."
95 "I am delighted that on February 20 I will help break ground for the new Joseph P. Addabbo Health Center in Ar verne in the Rock aways. My office provided $2 million that leveraged $9 million from many public and private sources85 I look forward to expanding this project to include an education center that was the dream of my late friend and colleague, Assemblywoman Pauline Cummings."
95 "The Rockaway Chamber of Com merce is leading the way for a Sep tember 11 memorial on the peninsula," she said referring to Tribute Park.
95 "In the Rock -
aways, we are in stal ling sewers, water mains and streets in Edgemere paving the way for the creation
of 400 two-family homes."
95 "One thing I am not seeking more of for Queens is power plants." Right now the borough supplies 50 percent of the city’s power, according to Marshall.