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Wednesday April 18, 2012

LIC - Astoria Chamber of Commerce to Meet Thursday, April 19th 12 PM at the Waterfront Crabhouse

The Long Island City / Astoria Chamber of Commerce will meet on Thursday, April 19th at 12:00 pm at the Waterfront Crabhouse.

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Meeting including Lunch:  $20.00 at Restaurant.

AGENDA for: April 19, 2012 Regular Monthly meetings of the Long Island City Chamber of Commerce.
Guest speakers, Briefings, Resolution for By-Laws, and Election of Officers.


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EARTH DAY LIC: FREE Destruction of Electronic Equipment Saturday April 28th

EARTH DAY Recycling event in LIC. Hosted by LIC headquartered Guardian Data Destruction and Sponsors

EARTH DAY in Long Island City is coming April 28.

More than a celebration, EARTH DAY is a nationally recognized day dedicated to reducing pollution and to recycling in the United States. It’s one day to inform and educate, one day to get our neighbors, friends and community leaders excited about recycling. 

Guardian Data Destruction will be hosting the event with the support of OurLICThe Nick Vaglica Agency of Nationwide Insurance, New York Minute, Alma Bank, LIC - Astoria Lions Club, Long Island City / Astoria Chamber of Commerce and others Together they will be the hosts of a computer and electronic products recycling event in LIC. 

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Feel Like a Kid Again...It's SPRING....and the Lines at Uncle Louie G LIC are Forming for Cones of that Delicious Ice Cream and Cups of Italian Ices.

Long Island City Loves Uncle Louie G

OurLIC recently spent time at the Gantry State Park talking "ice cream" with about 150 young families, enjoying a Saturday event. We were on a mission to distribute some coupons for the Uncle Louie G LIC store owner, Mark Entler.

We expected coupons for ice cream to go fast; and, the idea of giving out coupons for ice cream to people and children in the community was very appealing.

But, the real fun part turned out to be the level of excitement that the Uncle Louie G store was OPEN for the season.  EVERYONE we spoke with raved about their favorite ice cream or ices and told us how much they looked forward to going to the store.

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OurLIC VIDEO CONVERSATION: John Fennell, Senior Vice President Director of Retail Banking, New York Community Bancorp, Looks at Long Island City

Queens County Savings Bank opened in Flushing 153 years ago. It was the first savings bank chartered by New York State in the Borough of Queens.

John Fennell, New York Community Bancorp, reminds us that "THE CUSTOMER IS KING".  At his community bank's branches, his bank's customers are "not just a number...you are a person". Being a community bank gives Queens County Savings Bank a competitive edge.  "We can afford to give you that one-on-one service...and it is consistent wherever you go."

Community banks have always been an important part of the communities in which they provide banking services.  They have always been the financial backbone for the families and businesses that make communities strong and pertpetually sustainable.  Their hallmark is their "local" customer service which is always personal and respectful.  Relationships with customers in their communities are deeper and go beyond deposits and withdrawals.  Bankers at community banks understand their role in the health, prosperity, and socio-economic development of the communities in which they live and actively participate. Commercial banks have tried to emulate them.

With community banks, the personal touch is important...not just a slogan. The local and personal touch becomes embedded in the operating philosophy of the bank.  It takes years to master it.  Managing it means hiring, training, and developing the right type of people.  It takes the right people, with the right personal commitments and characteristics, to perpetuate a community conscience within a bank. They have to grow through the company so that they know the philosophy.

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Taste of Foodcellar Market & Eatery  Scheduled for Thurday, April 19th 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Special Long Island City Event

The Foodcellar Market and Eatery is planning its third customer appreciation event called "Taste of Foodcellar".

Once again, the owners and managers of Foodcellar Market & Eatery have arranged with over forty of their food, beer, beverage, and snack vendors to set up tables in various locations inside the store so that customers can sample a taste of their products.

This has been a blockbuster event in the past, attracting thoudands of local residents and visitors.

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PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULED Wednesday April 11, 2012 10:30 AM

Bryant High School and Long Island City High School: Community Leaders Protest Closing and Turnaround Model

UNITED THEY STAND: Queens Borough President Helen Marshall, Assembly Member Cathy Nolan, Council Member Van Bramer, Assembly Member Simotas, and State Senator Gianaris Oppose Closing Schools and Turnaround Model

Cathy Nolan, Assembly Member for the Long Island City area, is Chair of the NYS Assembly Education Committee.  Below is her statement, along with the rallies, testimony, and statements by all elected officials representing the Long Island City area.

Assemblywoman Nolan will host a public hearing seeking testimony regarding the New York City School District's implementation of federal school intervention models in persistently lowest-achieving schools.

When: Wednesday April 11, 2012 10:30 AM

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Bryant High School and Long Island City High School: Community Leaders Protest Closing and Turnaround Model

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OurLIC VIDEO CONVERSATION: Isaac Carmignani, Co-President of Community District Education Council 30

What exactly is the Community District Education Council 30

The Department of Education has recently proposed to close Bryant High School in Astoria, as well as Long Island City High School, located at 21st Street and Broadway in Astoria.

Local leaders have rallied and testified to express their opposition to school closures announce by the DOE. [ OurLIC NEWS: Bryant High School and Long Island City High School: Community Leaders Protest Closing and Turnaround Model ]

At a separate meeting in Hunters Point on March 8th, Community District Education Council 30 and NYC Department of Education held an Open Meeting to discuss the combined Intermediate School / High School 404 to be located at 1-50 51st Ave., Long Island City. Expected to open for school year 2013-2014.

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MTA Brightens the Vernon Blvd - Jackson Ave Station

The MTA has significantly brightened the Vernon Blvd - Jackson Avenue subway station on the 7 Line.

Also....

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Community Board #2 Has a Big Agenda and a Full House at its April 2012 Meeting

Rapidly growing community wants the ear of the Community Board for important issues from Education and Schools to new Heath Care facilities; from bike path issues to management of residential towers and applications for liquor licenses.

Queens Community Board #2 heard a variety of topics at its regular monthly meeting, heard announcements, and approved three outdoor cafe seating locations in Sunnyside.

OurLIC was at the meeting and provides full video coverage of the meeting.

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Celebrating the Women of Northwestern Queens

US Congresswoman Maloney and NYS Assemblywoman Simotas Join to Honor Three Women as part of Women's History Month 2012

Taryn Sacramone, Executive Director of Astoria Performing Arts Center and Honoree, moved the audience quoting Virginia Wolfe's writings "Very little is known about women".

Congress woman Maloney articulated the great progress that has been made with women's rights, but focused on the perception of progress vs the reality.  The reality is that there is still some serious myth and not reality in some areas of women's rights.

Assemblywoman Cathy Nolan was presented a CONGRESSIONAL RECORD TRIBUTE.  Maloney said that "her acheivements are now an official record in our country's history. It will always be there".  "I could tell you about her awards and accomplishments....but the thing I love about Cathy is that she cares about people" said Maloney.

New York State Assemblymember Aravella Simotas and United States Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney hosted “Celebrating the Women of Northwestern Queens”, a Women’s History Month event at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens on Friday, March 23.

Simotas and Maloney honored Assemblymember Catherine Nolan with the “Gloria D’Amico Award for Leadership in Politics

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"The Future of Long Island City"

Regional Plan Association President, Robert Yaro, tells local business leaders at the Long Island City / Astoria Chamber of Commerce meeting March 15th. that this is the LIC MOMENT; and, that it is time, now, to plan.

The topic was "Preparing for the Next Decade of Growth in Long Island City / Astoria".

With simple maps, diagrams, and photos that stimulate the imagination, Robert Yaro showed that Long Island City is at the center of NYC's strategic growth plan.

Regional Plan Association President, Robert Yaro, tells local business leaders at the Long Island City / Astoria Chamber of Commerce meeting March 15th, that now is the time to start preparing for the next decade of development.

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Dito Montiel, Astoria’s Renaissance Man, Honored by Astoria Performing Arts Center [ APAC ]

APAC Celebrates its 11th Anniversary with a GALA at the Museum of the Moving Image Honoring Dito Montiel

Dito Montiel is an American author, screenwriter, director and musician.

The son of a Nicaraguan father and Irish mother, Dito grew up in Astoria.

Montiel came into the public eye after the breakup of his hardcore punk band Major Conflict. Later, Montiel would gain notoriety in 1989 when Geffen Records signed his newly formed outfit Gutterboy to a $1 million record deal – an unheard of sum at the time. The band was dropped after its debut and was dubbed one of the most "successful" unsuccessful bands in rock history.[1]

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OurLIC SPECIAL REPORT: Employers Discover New Pool of Extraordinary Talent at VISIONS Seminar  3/20/2012

The enthusiasm was so high for the discovery that before the day was out, an estimated 20 job placement opportunities were identified.

Employers always like to identify resources and talented candidates for jobs and assignments that can result in a competitive edge, or an improvement in the way a business process is accomplished.

First Les Barnes. owner of London Lennie's Restaurant described how he placed someone in his restaurant's high volumn kitchen, not sure about the safety aspects because of the heavy equipment...and then raved about the discovery he made and the results.

Then Rosely Nieves and James Farber, Queens Public Television introduced one of their employees who has helped to change some of the TV Stations technology through creative innovations in technology.

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Open House at Van Bramer HQ...and a Day to Honor Five Queens District 26 Women...Plus Mom.

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, visits Queens to recognize Council Member Van Bramer's contributions citywide.

Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer began the Queens event at the HQ office of City Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer.  After acknowledging Van Bramer's mother during Woman's History Month, Stringer said he had come to the Open House because he wanted to let the community represented by Van Bramer know what an important contribution he was making to New York City...citywide. He refered specifically to his work in the area of cultural affairs and libraries, where Van Bramer chair's the City Council's Committee...and a budget that is always under constant threat of cuts by the administration.

The focus of the day was the 2nd Annual Awards as part of Women's History Month. The Council Member gave awards for outstanding acheivements to:

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Astoria Community Speaks Out Against Gun Violence Following Murder of Tysheen Davis at Astoria Houses

Bishop Mitchell Taylor, ERDA, announces new Mentoring Program...wants commitments from business leaders and community.

On March 27th, Council Member Peter F. Vallone Jr. joined East River Development Alliance President Bishop Mitchell G. Taylor, Astoria Tenant Association President Claudia Coger, Teamsters Local 237President Greg Floyd and local residents to denounce violence and respond to the murder of Tysheen Davis.

Following the shooting death of 23-year-old Davis, a lifelong Astoria Houses resident on March 25th, Tenant Association President Claudia Coger called for a meeting and press conference to speak out against gun violence, which was held in front of ERDA’s headquarters at 4-25 Astoria Boulevard. Ms. Coger recalled how she knew both victim, and suspect, 19-year-old Lacorey Johnson. The men lived in the same building at Astoria Houses, and knew each other, according to published news reports. The motive has not yet been released by police.

ERDA and Ms. Coger immediately contacted Council Member Vallone to coordinate anti-violence efforts. Council Member Vallone also reached out to the Council for Unity to form a partnership with those involved at the Astoria Houses.

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LIC / Astoria Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Introduced

Reception for the first Board of Directors for the Long Island City / Astoria Chamber of Commerce was held at Penthouse808 Rooftop Restaurant in LIC.

Importantly, he called attention to the multicultural mixture of the LIC Chamber Board that has been assembled, noting that the representation of immigrant business owners included Greek, Cuban, Turkish, Indian, Ecuadorian, Irish, Italian, Romanian, Middle Eastern, Asian, and other countries...reflecting the strength and composition of the emerging Western Queens Business community.

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Deputy Major Steel Offers More Detail on Cornell Technion Plan for Roosevelt Island

Deputy Mayor Steel presents to a meeting of the LIC Partnership.

Deputy Mayor Steel began his comments to the business and professional community gathered at the LIC Partnership meeting by saying "I thought what I would do is come to friends and give you a bit more detail. People have read a lot about the applied science initiative that Mayor Bloomberg has launched, so today we will go into a bit more detail as to how this has developed, what we think the impact will be, and how it is going to unfold."

Before detailing the Roosevelt Island Applied Sciences initiative, Steel put the project in the context of Mayor Bloombergs strategic plan for New York City.

OurLIC attended this event and presents full video and photo coverage with this article.  Watch here for summary HIGHLIGHTS to be provided.

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SPECIAL REPORT:Community Speaks Out on Education

Community District Education Council 30 and NYC Department of Education held an Open Meeting 3/8/2012 to discuss the combined Intermediate School / High School 404 to be located at 1-50 51st Ave., Long Island City. Expected to open for school year 2013-2014

The Community District Education Council 30 and NYC Department of Education held an Open Meeting to discuss the construction of the new school being built at 1-50 51st Ave, Long Island City.  The school will be mixed 6-8th grade and High School  9-12th grade. It is expected to open for the 2013-2014 school year.

Presentations and Q&A were handled by representatives of the NYC Department of Education.

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Corner Bistro on Vernon Blvd OPENS!

It's casual. It's comfortable.  It brings a welcoming and friendly Greenwich Village landmark restaurant, bar, and gathering spot to the Long Island City neighborhood which is now blossoming with new and exciting restaurants on Vernon Blvd.  The food has that familiar "Corner Bistro delicious" taste that has won it "#1 NYC Burger" awards and praise for decades.

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Alix Mollin Brightens Quality of Life for Nieghbors Near the Murray Playground

Murray Playgound is in final stage of as redesign and renovation plan that was presented to Community Board #2 by the Parks Department on December 1, 2011

Alix Mollin is a neighbor in Long Island CIty who lives directly across 21st Street from Murray Playground.  Since the 1980's she has been planting flowers, often at her own expense, at the corner of the park at 21at Street nearest the C-Town store and the E / M Subway stop.

Murray Playground is in the process of a redesign and reconstruction and it is uncertain what the future of this corner of the Murray Playground will be in the future and how it will be managed.

On December 1, 2011, Community Board #2 heard the plan for the final phase of renovation of the Murray Playground.  OurLIC attended this meeting and is making full video coverage of this proposed plan available with this aricle, along with current photos of the full park area.

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Visions Opens Innovative Senior Center at Selis Manor in Manhattan

Ribbon Cutting

Grand Opening Ceremonies for the Historic VISIONS at Selis Manor Senior Center.

The first citywide innovative center dedicated to the needs of blind and visually impaired older adults


Tuesday, January 3, 2012
VISIONS at Selis Manor Senior Center
135 West 23rd Street, New York, NY
(between 6th & 7th Avenues)

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Hat's off....Boxing Writer / Historian / Announcer Bert Sugar Dies at 75

The man who wrote the famous advertising campaign "N-E-S-T-L-E-S. Nestle's makes the very best" died at the age of 75.

Hat's off....Here's to Burt Sugar!

When Bert Sugar started speaking at the Waterfront Crabhouse at a Ring 8 meeting on February 16, 2011, you could hear a pin drop.  He was a gifted man with words, had a rich knowledge of boxing, could keep your attention with his stories, and had a brillant talent for advertising. His private "Bert Sugar Premium Cigars" brand cigar and fedora were his trademark. When Bert spun his tale, he crept into your imagination.

Sugar died of cancer March 25, 2012 in Westchest at the age of 75.

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