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Restaurants & Food / Re: Trader Joe's coming to LIC?
« Last post by Liz on Today at 06:48:41 AM »
Yes the FH one is too hard to get to.  Not convinced the LIC one will be easier to get to than the Manhattan ones since I go to those on my way home from work but will be nice to have one available when needed. 
Restaurants & Food / Re: Frozen meals from Indian grocers
« Last post by Liz on Today at 06:46:30 AM »
I like the samosas and dosas often take them to parties.  I usually buy Swad but I've liked everything I've found at Patel and I like going there and trying new items.  There is a little more spice than Traders products.
Neighborhood Chat / Re: Medicaid fraud
« Last post by JK resident on Yesterday at 10:35:14 PM »
They are suggesting Medicare for all not Medicaid for all. Lol Nobody wants the Medicaid for all.
Neighborhood Chat / Re: Medicaid fraud
« Last post by buzz on Yesterday at 06:26:53 PM »
This is why I back AOC and medicaid for all.  it wasn't  until republican sleazebag Richard Nixon made the health industry a for profit that is causing all the problems.
Neighborhood Chat / Re: Spectrum sucks
« Last post by buzz on Yesterday at 06:23:51 PM »
I used to have verizon but they used the old phone lines and told me to up grade to a faster speed.  This did not resolve the issue and I went to Spectrum.  If you live in an apartment building paid off by cable back in the 90's then you won't get FIOS- which btw is way overpriced.  The whole communications business is  a ripoff.   It's like a legalized monopoly.
Join us at P.S. 69 Jackson Heights for a robust set of Know Your Rights presentations on December 18, 2019 from 4pm-8pm. We will discuss: family safety/emergency planning, how to interact with ICE, temporary care and custody of children, financial planning for emergencies, Green Light driver's license application, summer camp for children, and know your rights as immigrants in New York State.

Additionally, there will be resources regarding immigration legal help, financial management, after school & summer camp opportunities, and others. Free flu vaccinations will be provided by Walgreens (ages 7 and up, no insurance required).

English & Spanish interpretation available.

Have questions? Reach us at (212) 627-2227 ext. 265 or

Thanks to the New York City Council, Council Member Daniel Dromm & Assemblywoman Catalina Cruz for sponsoring Key to the City - Community Resource Event.

This event is brought to you in partnership with: NYC Department of Youth and Community Development, NYC Department of Education, Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs, CUNY School of Law, Make the Road New York, Qualitas of Life Foundation, Queens Public Library & Walgreens.



Únase a nosotros en PS 69 Jackson Heights para un serie de talleres sobre sus derechos el 18 de diciembre de 2019 de 4 pm a 8 pm. Discutiremos la interacción con ICE, seguridad familiar, cuidado temporal y custodia de niños, planificación financiera para emergencias, ¡y mucho más!

Además, habrá recursos con respecto a la ayuda legal de inmigración, educación financiera y capacitación. Vacunas contra la grip (nose necesita seguro).

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Gracias al Concejo de la Ciudad de Nueva York, miembro del Concejo Daniel Dromm y Asambleista Catalina Cruz por patrocinar Key to the City - Evento de Recursos Comunitarios.

Este evento se ofrece en colaboración con: Departamento de Desarrollo Juvenil y Comunitario de Nueva York, Departamento de Educación de Nueva York, Oficina de Asuntos de Inmigrantes del Alcalde, CUNY School of Law, Make the Road New York, Qualitas of Life Foundation, Queens Public Library & Walgreens.
Restaurants & Food / Re: Luna's Kitchen & Bar
« Last post by Jhlobo on Yesterday at 03:33:58 PM »
I ate there for the first time today.  It was delicious.  Had the lunch special which included a chicken wrap with salad,  big mexican soup, and a drink. Will definitely return.  I hope business picks up for them
Real Estate & Home Improvement / Re: Lead in water / pipes?
« Last post by Jeffsayyes on Yesterday at 02:19:44 PM »
Anybody else concerned about the PVC pipes ? I get that it's better than lead but I definitely taste something....
Real Estate & Home Improvement / Re: Lead in water / pipes?
« Last post by itsit on Yesterday at 02:07:00 PM »
  We sometimes have a reddish tint to the bath water in our apt. Does anyone know if this is connected to lead? I am going to order this test but it sounds like most of the concern is with drinking water.
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