61 light pole banners go up in Sunnyside

February 24, By Christian Murray

Sixty-one light pole banners have gone up on several Sunnyside streets in an initiative undertaken by the Sunnyside Shines Business Improvement District.

The banners, which market Sunnyside and the BID, aim to enhance the look and feel of the BID area.…

Local legislators introduce bill to reform how AMI is calculated for ‘affordable housing’

February 22, By Christian Murray

Two Queens legislators have introduced a bill that would change how ‘affordability’ is determined for affordable housing developments.

State Senator Michael Gianaris and Assemblyman Brian Barnwell have introduced legislation that would require developers to calculate who qualifies for affordable housing based on the average median income (AMI) of the zip code where the project is built.…

50-unit development to go up in Woodside

February 21, Staff Report

A local developer is looking to put up a new building in Woodside that will include nearly 50 residential units as well as a supermarket, daycare facility, and other commercial spaces.

According to a permit filed with the building department last week,…

Comment Section likely to be changed, please fill out survey

Feb. 19, Staff Report

The comment section of the Sunnyside Post is likely to change following an increase in the number of mean-spirited responses in recent times.

The Sunnyside Posts comment section has rarely been moderated and that was largely because of the belief of “free speech,” as well as the share volume of them on a day-to-day basis.…

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