On the agenda will be a presentation by the representatives of the New York City Department of Health discussing air quality test results. The board meets in the Lou Caravone Community Services Building on the grounds of Sea View Hospital Rehabilitation Center and Home. Members can be reached at 718-317-3235.
The Clifton/Concord/Stapleton area Committee will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in 59 Wright St., Stapleton. The board office is located in 1 Edgewater Plaza, Suite 217, Clifton. Board members can be reached at 718-981-6900 or visit their Website at www.nyc.gov/sicb1
The Silver Lake/Sunnyside/Westerleigh/Willowbrook area committee will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Silver Lake Tennis House, Hart Boulevard and Revere Street. The board office is located in 1 Edgewater Plaza, Suite 217, Clifton. Board members can be reached at 718-981-6900 or visit their Website at www.nyc.gov/sicb1
The New York City Department of Finance is implementing a new program to assist property owners by allerting them when documents are recorded without their knowledge. This will allow them to take steps to limit the harm caused by the recording of a fraudulent document.
In light of the most recent series of brush fires that have broken out on Staten Island this week, Senator Andrew Lanza is blasting the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) for their lack of action with regards to phragmite removal. For years now elected officials on Staten Island – both Republican and Democrat - have pled with DEC to protect residents from these invasive and combustible weeds which cause dangerous brush fires. Senator Lanza says “Enough is enough.”
NAGS HEAD, N.C. -- Hurricane Earl steamed toward the Eastern Seaboard yesterday as communities from North Carolina to New England kept a close eye on the forecast, worried that even a slight shift in the storm's predicted offshore track could put millions of people in the most densely populated part of the country in harm's way. Staten Island should brace for high winds, driving rain and heavy surf tomorrow, but it should all blow over for the holiday weekend.