Jul 28, 2014
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Week in Review

Catch up on the stories that took place in your community during the past week.

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It was a busy week for news in Douglaston.

The Udalls Cove Preservation Committee and the announced that they planned to clean up the trails at and rename a section of it as Osprey Landing.

Con Edison began paying back Douglas Manor residents affected by a pre-Thanksgiving power surge.

And Patch interviewed a community resident who was once a jockey, but now co-owns a Long Island company that is the largest supplier of cannoli on the East Coast.

Here is your Week in Review:


Controversial are released. Reviews in include “Wanderlust” and “Gone.”


Take a look at this list of the Douglaston Long Island Rail Road station’s .

State Sen. Tony Avella, D-Bayside, said he will introduce a bill that would allow the city’s Board of Elections to if they have outstanding fines for illegal campaign signs.

And check out Patch’s interview with , who aims to be the East Coast’s cannoli king.


This week’s Douglaston’s Own pick is conductor .

Be sure to check out our rundown of the for the first two months of 2012.


The Internal Revenue Service has who did not file a tax return in 2008.


Read our posts about the National Art League’s Mardi Gras-themed show for March and Con Ed’s decision to reimburse Douglas Manor residents who lost electrical appliances during the Nov. 23 surge.

The Douglas Manor Association and the Udalls Cove Preservation Committee announced an initiative to reopen trails in Udalls Cove Park and rename a portion of the site as Osprey Landing.


This week’s Parent Talk column involves methods on how to help a newborn sleep through the night.

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