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CONTROLLER OPENS BOOK
Talks Library Audit & Woodhaven Fines
     The city comptroller and state lawmakers tackled Queens
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BIG ELECTION DRAWS NEAR
Rundown Of Local Candidates On Ballot
     New Yorkers will make their voices heard in
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GOING ONLY ONE WAY?
Bk. Board 4 Blasts ‘Incomplete’ Station Plan
     Despite their frustration over its limited scope, Brooklyn<
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HOT TOPICS AT F. HILLS MEET
Meng Talks Ebola, ISIS & Congress Bills
     Various elected officials and law enforcement leaders gathe
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MAKING PITCH FOR NEW STOP
Crowley Pushes Elmhurst Station At Board 4
     A trio of area lawmakers spoke at the
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RENT’S TOO HIGH!
Bushwick Rally For Greater Regulations
     Fearing that working class residents will soon be
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Lottery Ticket For Hunters Point Apt.
Apply Now For New Development
     The marketing period and housing lottery for affordable
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Vets’ Town Hall In Wdhvn.
Providing Info On Available Services
     City Council Member Eric Ulrich and Assemblyman Mike
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Permanent Fix For Metro. Ave. Bridge
Repairing Hurricane Sandy Damage
     Nearly two years after Hurricane Sandy’s storm surge<
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TRANSIT NEWS and Updates
Metropolitan Transportation Authority
     The information in this column is current as of Wednesday, Oct. 22. Last minute changes to service and operating schedules may be made at any time after publication. Check www.mta.info for schedule changes. Early Interruption For M Line In Man.
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TRAFFIC NEWS and Updates
New York City Department Of Transportation
     Street Cleaning Suspended Today Alternate side parking rules will be suspended today, Thursday, Oct. 23, for the Hindu celebration of Diwali. Meter regulations, however, will remain in effect city wide each day. * * *
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It’s In Queens!
News From The Queens Tourism Council
     Halloween-inspired fright fests mix with presentations by Johnny Mathis, George Clinton, former NYC Comptroller Alan Hevesi, and Bollywood star Nandita Das. There’s also a plethora of live jazz and pumpkins and a premiere celebration of National Chemistry Day. Here’s the rundown.
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Queens & Brooklyn
Community CALENDAR
     TOODDAAYYMIDDLE VILLAGE KIWANISwill hold their second annualCommunity Awards Dinner at 7p.m. at Roma View, 160-05 CrossBay Blvd., Howard Beach. Call 1-718-335-1300 for ticketinformation.SENATOR JOSEPH ADDABBOwill have his Mobile Office at theGlendale Library, 78-60 73rd Pl.,Glendale,from5:30o7p.m.GREATER ASTORIA
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SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Trick, Don’t Treat Cyber Criminals
     Kids and kids at heart look forward to the end of October, when we use tricks and treats in equal measure to celebrate Halloween. No doubt, you’ll be passing out treats to costumed hobgoblins and hooligans in your neighborhood this Halloween night. But be careful that you’re not fooled by a different kind of trickster looking for a larger handout—such as your identity.
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