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1 All quiet at Fresh Meadows shelter-hotel, councilman says
2 Queens lawmaker partners with MTA for mask giveaways across eastern Queens
3 Queens Lawmakers on the Move September 22, 2020
4 NYC again delays public school reopening date — Queens Daily Eagle
5 Council wants drones studied by the DOB | Queenswide | qchron.com
6 'Dangerous precedent' — Mayor caves to wealthy Manhattanites in shelter-hotel fight, critics say
7 Queens Lawmakers on the Move September 23, 2020
8 City To Start Repaving Vanderbilt Motor Parkway In Eastern Queens
9 Two Queens Council Districts have city's highest census response rates
10 Queens high school pleads with DOE to approve hiring of additional teachers
11 Queens Lawmakers on the Move September 15, 2020
12 Oldest road in country to be as good as new
13 PODCAST: We Talk to Julia Forman, Candidate for the 26th District Council Seat
14 Queens Councilman Barry Grodenchik Tests Positive For Coronavirus
15 Queens Lawmakers on the Move September 3, 2020
16 De Blasio unaware administration housed 100 ex-inmates at Queens hotel
17 Council rep. doesn't share our values: civics
18 Queens Councilman Barry Grodenchik tests positive for COVID-19
19 It's In Queens! (Sept. 25 to Oct. 2)
20 Mayor surprised by Fresh Meadows shelter-hotel info, despite letter from lawmakers
21 Councilman Barry Grodenchik admits to sexually harassing staffer to avoid a disciplinary hearing
22 COUNCIL MEMBER BARRY S. GRODENCHIK PRESENTS 100-YEAR-OLD WITH PROCLAMATION
23 As Schools Prep For Reopening, Queens Teachers Worry About Safety
24 Grodenchik Accused of Sexual Harassment, Removed from Council Committee
25 Local leaders push permanent housing for Fresh Meadows hotel residents freed from Rikers
26 De Blasio Pulls Plug on School Opening Again
27 Councilman Barry Grodenchik Admits to Sexual Harassment
28 barry grodenchik — Queens News — Queens Daily Eagle
29 NYC quietly moved 100 people off Rikers and into a Fresh Meadows hotel
30 An All-Out Battle: Leaving Nothing On The Field For The Census
31 Queens Lawmakers on the Move July 9, 2020
32 For six Queens leaders, COVID-19 fight is personal
33 Koo Replaces Grodenchik as Chair of Parks Committee
34 Queens councilmembers remain silent on Grodenchik resignation
35 Councilman distributes hand sanitizers and face masks to residents in Glen Oaks and Fresh Meadows
36 Grodenchik suggests sprinklers for tall residential buildings as studies show smoke alarms don't cut it
37 Throngs of Candidates Come Forward for City Council Seats | LIC Post
38 Queens Lawmakers on the Move July 14, 2020
39 Women's groups want admitted harasser Barry Grodenchik to resign
40 6 Business Programs to Check Out this Fall
41 Grodenchik Admits to Sexually Harassing Council Staffer
42 Three Queens CMs hit with campaign finance penalties — Queens Daily Eagle
43 Long-time Queens Assemblymember Nettie Mayersohn has died
44 Queens Lawmakers on the Move June 25, 2020
45 Former inmates have been here two months | North/Northeast Queens
46 Queens councilman awards Holliswood centenarian with citation on 101st birthday
47 Queens Lawmakers on the Move May 12, 2020
48 Queens lawmakers call for reallocation of funding from NYPD to Park Enforcement Patrol in city budget
49 New Parks Committee Chair Peter Koo talks Grodenchik, safety and upkeep
50 Barry Grodenchik Wins Queens City Council Race
51 Queens Lawmakers on the Move August 18, 2020
52 I On Politics
53 Barry Grodenchik Wins Tight Primary for Eastern Queens City Council Seat
54 Queens Lawmakers on the Move July 27, 2020
55 'Smoke detectors and even fire alarms are not enough': Queens councilman's bill would require sprinklers for residential buildings
56 Queens Lawmakers on the Move August 6, 2020
57 City Council Passes Budget With Steep Cuts to NYPD: Here's How Queens Members Voted
58 Alley Pond Environmental Center cuts ribbon on new temporary HQ
59 City Council District 23 Election Results: Barry Grodenchik Wins
60 Memo To Council Member Barry Grodenchik: Find a New Congestion Pricing Guru
61 Organizations across borough donate to support Commonpoint Queens food pantry
62 Queens Lawmakers on the Move June 26, 2020
63 Virtual October Jazz Jam with Flushing Town Hall
64 The City Council’s Sexual Harassment Fight – Against the City
65 Two Queens councilmembers earn failing grades on annual environmental scorecard
66 12 Queens councilmembers urge mayor to boost small business COVID relief
67 Queens economy set to reopen June 8, as Cuomo and de Blasio outline return plan
68 Ex-Prosecutor to Lead Sexual Harassment Case Against Grodenchik
69 Crystal Window & Door Systems donates materials to Queens Museum
70 Queens Council Members Split Over Granting Non Citizens NYC Voting Rights
71 Pop-up court for city-issued summonses to be held at Hollis branch of Queens Public Library this month
72 A peaceful remembrance | Eastern/Southeast Queens News | qchron.com
73 Council To Mayor: Bus Service Needs Improvements, Not Cuts
74 5 Queens Council Members Fined For Campaign Finance Violations
75 Grodenchik accused of harassing staffer | Queenswide | qchron.com
76 Campaign cash rolls in ahead of special election for Queens borough president
77 Council aides share disturbing allegations of abuse at City Hall rally
78 New $1.5M, Eco-Friendly Playground Opens At Little Neck School
79 Residents battle sewage floods in Queens Village — Queens Daily Eagle
80 'More difficult decisions will be needed': Queens lawmakers, Community Education Councils react to school shutdown
81 Five Queens CMs have yet to support homeless housing bill
82 Some Commuters Upset MTA Bus Schedule Is Going Paperless
83 Two New Reps Join the City Council
84 Holocaust Remembrance Week begins today, Council declares
85 Many lawmakers become lobbyists. Who's gone from lobbying to lawmaking?
86 Interview: Max Grodénchik On Growing As A Ferengi And Bringing Rom To 'Star Trek Online: Victory Is Life'
87 Local leaders visit Cambria Heights to unite against hate — Queens Daily Eagle
88 Hindu New Yorkers call on city to make Diwali a public school holiday
89 DSA Shows True Anti-Semitic Colors with Questionnaire, Queens Electeds Say
90 Leaders Call Out Belmont Project's Congestion Risk — Queens Daily Eagle
91 ‘Play Fair’ campaign launches fight for increased funds for NYC Parks Department
92 New Cardozo High School annex aims to relieve overcrowding
93 Letters to the Editor
94 Jewish leaders plan solidarity march amid anti-Semitic attacks
95 Who are the most responsive New York City Council members?
96 Top ex-prosecutor tapped to lead case against Queens councilman
97 Northeast Queens Bar Brawl Ends With 2 Men Shot, 3 Slashed: NYPD
98 Queens County Farm announces 1.6-acre expansion to bring more food 'from farm to fork'
99 Mayor Says Furloughs May be Necessary for Essential Workers
100 Northeast Queens Residents Decry MTA's Proposed Express Bus Cuts