It’s that time of the year again!— NYPD 104th Precinct (@NYPD104Pct) July 18, 2022
Join us & the 104th Precinct Community Council to celebrate National Night Out Against Crime! We will have rides, food, concerts, vendors, public safety information and more!#SaveTheDate
On: August 2nd, 5:30PM - 8:30PM
At: Juniper Valley Park pic.twitter.com/MtJR3mYYEN
We were just informed that FDNY struck a deal with the Dept. of Education to allow them to construct a temporary firehouse on Newtown Field for responders stationed at the firehouse on Grand Avenue and Seabury Street. They are scheduled to move there in the fall. As many of you know, the firehouse had serious structural damage when a developer was working on an adjacent site.
Det. David Saponieri, 110th Precinct Community Affairs, advised us that they have been working so diligently to address concerns about scooters, mopeds, etc. their garage is now full of them.
Great job by our officers! Keep up the good work!
To increase our in-person outreach related to the Queens Bus Network Redesign, our team will be deploying out alongside our mobile van teams over the summer to speak with Queens Bus riders.
On Tuesday, July 26th, we will be in Maspeth at Grand Ave & 69 Street from 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM where we will be speaking to customers.
This is a regularly scheduled mobile van visit for the area.
The 104th Precinct would like to make you aware of an incident that took place earlier this morning. At approximately 1:00 am, police responded to calls for a home invasion in the vicinity of Doran Avenue and 89th Street. Upon arrival officers encountered a female victim standing in the street, handcuffed. Two male perpetrators forcibly entered the victims residence claiming to be the police while displaying a firearm. The perpetrators then removed a large amount of cash, before fleeing the location in a black Ford Mustang and dark colored Nissan crossover model. The victim did not sustain any injuries as a result of this crime. This incident is currently being investigated by the NYPD Police Impersonation Squad. If you have any information regarding this incident please contact the 104th Precinct.
Police Officer Michael Berish
104th Precinct - Community Affairs
This info was sent to Councilman Holden's office:
Good afternoon. I am contacting you regarding QED-1051, a project that includes installation of water mains at the following locations:
61st Street between Maspeth Avenue and Borden Avenue
64th Street between Maspeth Avenue and Borden Avenue
56th Avenue between 61st Street and 64th Street
56th Road between 61st Street and 64th Street
Maspeth Avenue between 61st Street and 64th Street
Clinton Avenue between 64th Street and Hamilton Place
Remsen Place between Perry Avenue and Hull Avenue
Hull Avenue between 64th Street and Remsen Place
I have informed CB 5Q that the contractor plans to begin preliminary work on July 25. I will share further details with you as I receive them.
Ari Gershman (he/him/his) | Assistant Director, Intergovernmental & Community Affairs
NYC Department of Design and Construction, Communications & Policy
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