CB14 Meets At Knights Of Columbus
Community Board 14 convened at their new meeting place, the Knights of Columbus, on Tuesday night. They discussed education, parking, the chance for a Sunday market and also honored two members for years of continued service.
Reverend Les Mul
lings introduced preliminary plans for
a healthcare careers charter school that could open in JHS 198 by January of 2005. The school would give priority to residents and would take on a class of 125 students.
The transportation Committee reported that after a July meeting, the Department of Transportation is investigating the recent elimination of parking along the medians between Beach 124 and 139 Streets. The DOT’s findings should be announced in October, the committee said.
Alan Finchley, of the Empire State Flea Market and Jewelry Exchange, spoke about the outdoor market he plans to open east of O’Donohue Park next spring.
Jerry LaMura, pictured center, representing Queens Borough President Helen Marshall, honored CB14 members Jeffrey Cohen, left, and Vincent Castellano, right, for 20 and 15 years service respectively.
The next meeting will be held October 12.