The November Meeting of the City Island Civic Association will take place on Tuesday, November 29th, 2011, at 7:30 p.m. at 190 Fordham Street. We welcome your input and attendance and we need your help.
As always, we will have updates from our officers, committee reports on Crime, Development, Quality of Life and Traffic, and an open public forum for residents to address their grievances.
Fifty-Three years ago this day, Friday, December 16th 1960 marked the beginning of what was to become a grim week for man-made disasters and mishaps in the New York Metropolitan Area.
Hope for survivors of a Washington state landslide dims as the death toll rises as high as 24. Meanwhile rescuers covered in mud continue to search for survivors of a massive landslide in rural Washington state.
While the death toll is expected to increase, the future is bleak as rescue workers continue several days of searching through debris left behind after the landslide in Washington state.
GREYSTONE DEVELOPMENT “ON THE SOUND” IS THE NEW CITY ISLAND RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY.
This private gated community features 43 residences for waterfront living in New York Ciity. McClellan Sotheby’s International Realty and Greystone, a New York-based real estate development and financial services group have announced that “On the Sound” is a new waterfront residential development located on City Island and sales start this Fall. Located at 226 Fordham Place, On the Sound comprises 43 townhome-style condominiums situated within a private gated community.
Some politicians who do not like the press coverage they receive resort to publishing their own spin on their points of views, instead of news. Its called propaganda and they attempt to disguise it as news.
Taxpayer-funded news services intended to provide pr-written news stories for public consumption, as well as underhanded attempting to break news about various administration comings and goings are contrary to a free press.
There is nothing more important than inner beauty, integrity and honesty.
Let everyone be sincere to develop in ourselves that quality, so the people of the world to share.
No matter how plain looking you may think any person is, once we have the opportunity to look into their eyes and if we see truth and honesty written across their face, they will be the most beautiful person you will ever see.
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Turns out that the new restaurant that is scheduled to open up on City Island is a partnership between Paul, the Albanian owner of The Lighthouse and Jimmy, the Puerto Rican former owner of Jimmy's Cafe and current owner of two other Don Coqui restaurants.
City Island Images visited with these individuals today and they told cimages.me that they've also teamed up with the former owner of Lido Restaurant. However, they say that unfortunate operational issues have now delayed their grand opening.
NY Governor Andrew Cuomo today announced that a design-build team has been selected to replace the eastbound Kosciuszko Bridge carrying the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway over Newtown Creek between Brooklyn and Queens in New York City.
The team includes construction companies Skanska, an experienced design-build construction firm based in New York City, which will be managing partner; Ecco III of Yonkers; Kiewit of Nebraska; and HNTB of Kansas as the lead design firm. The $555 million project is the largest single contract the New York State Department of Transportation has ever undertaken.
US - Here it comes, get ready for that cold weather, folks... As the snowfall winds down across the Great Lakes region through Wednesday, the unseasonably cold temperatures associated with an arctic air-mass will continue to surge southward through the central U.S. Temperatures are forecast to be 20 to 40 degrees below climate average for areas east of the Rockies into the Great Plains.
Heavy precipitation possible over parts of the Pacific Northwest...Freezing rain possible over parts of the Pacific Northwest...Temperatures will be 25 to 40 degrees below average east of the Rockies