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City Council District 30

Incumbent: Elizabeth Crowley (D)

Challengers: Tom Ognibene (R).

Communities: Maspeth, Middle Village, Glendale, Ridgewood, Woodhaven and Richmond Hill.

June, 2010

Leaders take to the streets to preserve Astoria firehouse  

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Council District 30: A bevy of western Queens elected officials called on the city not to close Astoria’s Engine 262 Ladder or other Queens firehouses amid Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s budgetary proposal to eliminate four sites in the borough. Comments (4).

May, 2010

Woodhaven group honors electeds

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Council District 32: It was all about the honorees, great food and good music at last week’s Greater Woodhaven Development Corp.’s 31st-annual dinner-dance at Le Cordon Bleu Caterers in Woodhaven. Comment.

Western Queens pols rally for fire safety

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Council District 30: A group of Queens elected officials took to the streets of Long Island City Friday to protest the mayor’s proposal on cutting more than a dozen firehouses in the city to close the budget gap. Comment.

March, 2010

Kosher food donated to Forest Hills pantry 

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Queens Borough President: The Forest Hills Stop & Shop Supermarket made an emergency donation of 1,000 pounds of food to the Queens Jewish Community Council Tuesday to help the group restock its kosher food pantry that had been depleted of its Passover packages. Comment.

February, 2010

City to include ambulance corps on 911  

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Council District 30: After catching flak from elected officials, including City Councilwoman Elizabeth Crowley (D-Middle Village), the city has agreed to repeal a policy change that excluded volunteer ambulance corps from the 911 dispatch system. Comment.

Crowley slams proposal to cut fire companies  

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Council District 30: Fire companies are once again on the chopping block in the mayor’s opening round of city budget negotiations, including one that covers Ridgewood, City Councilwoman Elizabeth Crowley (D-Middle Village) said. Comment.