Neighborhood policing has finally arrived at the 104th Precinct.
On Monday, NYPD brass announced that the new policing philosophy and program will be implemented in Ridgewood, Glendale, Maspeth and Middle Village.
Three-and-a-half years after the police department launched the initiative, all neighborhood precincts in the city will eventually have an NCO program. It has also been introduced to nine public housing areas, half of the NYPD’s transit districts and, by the end of the year, every school district.
“The message is public safety is a shared responsibility,” said Police Commissioner James O’Neill. “It’s that credo, that understanding, that’s guiding our evolution.
“In 2018, this is where we need to be as a police department, and this is where we need to be as a city of 8.6 million New Yorkers,” he added. “This is how we’re going to make our way forward.”
Read the full story on the Queens Ledger.
The Halloween show will be hosted by Rewind-Live. They will be performing all new sets, while keeping will the old standards from the past. Guaranteed to be a fun time as they rock the place!
Pat’s Sports Bar is located at 73-13 Metropolitan Avenue in Middle Village.
The event is taking place on Saturday, October 27 beginning at 9:30 a.m. and running until 2:30 a.m.
Calling all Middle Village (and Queens West) residents!
You can now make an appointment to have your electronic waste picked up by the Department of Sanitation curbside.
No more waiting for an e-waste collection event to dump your trash.
To schedule a pick-up, visit www.nyc.gov/electronics.
Join NYC Parks and City Council Member Robert Holden for a day of Halloween fun this Saturday!
Festivities will run from noon to 4 p.m. at Juniper Valley Park.
Activities include crafts, inflatables, face painting, games, a pumpkin patch, music and more!
There will also be a special kids parade, which will assemble at Juniper Blvd South & 74th St at 11am, then walk to Juniper Valley Park, 80th St & Juniper Blvd North, in Middle Village.
The children’s sprinkler system at Juniper Park will be renovated in a yearlong project that began this week. The area will be closed along with the pathway to renovate the drainage system to the street.
Meanwhile, the hockey rink project is expected to be completed within the next six weeks
Here’s your regular reminder that Community Board 5 is meeting tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. at Christ the King HS.
On the agenda is a project crucial to Middle Village: the installation of new sewers in the Penelope Avenue and 74th street area.
Remember, the project was stalled in late 2017 because contaminated soil was found on premise.
Representatives from the Department of Design and Construction are expected to give an update on the new timeline.
Please attend tomorrow night to learn more.
The Middle Village House of the Week is a beautiful home near Juniper Park.
The one-family semi-detached brick home has a detached 2 car garage, private driveway, finished basement, split A/C units throughout the house with heat, an insulated attic, hardwood floors and a private yard.
The home is listed by O’Kane Realty for $857,000.