The office of the Queens Borough President is hosting a Queens Jobs Recruitment Fair tomorrow afternoon from 2 to 3:30 p.m.
Ten organizations are participating in the job fair, including Child Center of NY, Council for Airport Opportunity, NYC Health + Hospitals, Queens Centers for Progress, Queens College, U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Open and more.
Non-participants can also tune in via livestream.
RSVP for the virtual job fair here.
The 104th Precinct is warning residents about thefts of vehicle rims and tires.
Although community members may not be in their cars as much during the COVID-19 pandemic, residents should still check their cars daily.
Rims and tires are being targeted, especially Honda, Nissan and Toyota models, according to the NYPD.
The police department is offering tips including activating any security devices, using a garage and parking your car in a well-lit area.
Car owners can also turn their wheels when parking, making them difficult to remove.
Community Board 5 typically meets the second Wednesday of every month in the cafeteria of Christ the King High School.
But given the circumstances of this pandemic, and the restrictions governing public gatherings, the board will meet virtually on Tuesday, April 7, starting at 7:30 p.m.
Members of the public can view and listen to the meeting on this YouTube link: https://youtu.be/B9kjPWTBXRE.
The agenda for the meeting includes the public forum, a review of liquor license applications, a review of building demolition notices, the chairperson’s report and the district manager’s report.
Anyone wishing to make a statement in the public forum can email their statement to CB5 at firstname.lastname@example.org by 2 p.m. on April 7. Statements or questions will be read aloud.
The Diocese of Brooklyn and Christ the King High School have reached a resolution to their dispute over Middle Village Preparatory (MVP) Charter School after years of negotiation.
On Tuesday, the diocese announced that the settlement will “ensure the rights of all are honored, valued and respected.”
Under the terms of the agreement, MVP Charter School and CTK Community Day Care will continue to operate on the Christ the King campus.
The parties also agreed that the majority of the property will continue to be used for the operation of a Roman Catholic high school.
Moving forward, the Diocese of Brooklyn will have one member on the Christ the King board.
With this agreement, both parties “look forward to their continued relationship” with a renewed commitment to keeping the Catholic Church’s mission alive and fostering the spiritual and educational growth of students and their families, the diocese said.
The next regularly-scheduled meeting of Queens Community Board 5 is on Wednesday, March 11 at 7:30 p.m. at Christ the King High School.
If you can’t make the meeting, you can watch it on the livestream here.
The agenda includes the usual items: the public forum, chairperson’s report and district manager’s report.
That’s followed by committee reports from the following committees: Parks Services, Public Transit Services, Transportation Services.
For the public forum, speakers must either pre-register by calling or emailing the CB5 office or register at the podium prior to the start of the meeting.
You can reach Community Board 5 by email at email@example.com or over the phone at 718-366-1834.
The 104th Precinct is hosting a Build the Block meeting on Tuesday, March 24 at 7 p.m. It will be at Councilman Bob Holden’s district office in Middle Village, located at 64-69 Dry Harbor Road.
The meeting will be a space where residents can meet with neighborhood coordination officers, or NCOs, to identify and solve quality of life issues and crime concerns.
Police officers Abbondandelo and Lee will be on hand to hear from Middle Village residents.
The Transportation Services and Public Transit Service committees of Community Board 5 are hosting a joint meeting on Tuesday, February 25 at 6:30 p.m. at Christ the King High School, located at 68-02 Metropolitan Avenue.
The main item on the agenda will be a presentation from MTA New York City Transit representatives about the Queens bus network redesign plan.
The presentation will be followed by questions from committee members and community residents.
A review of traffic safety requests will follow, if time permits.
The MTA previously hosted a workshop on the bus network design in Ridgewood, where residents voiced their concerns about what they deemed radical changed to their bus service.
Read more about that meeting, which is what you can expect at this committee meeting, in the Queens Ledger here.