Garbage piling up at a city-used building in Queens Plaza brings an armada of rats to the block according to a report on NBC4 New York. No surprise there. As for what to do about them,
there’s the old squeaky wheel trick. Read more about it below, and about the design of the new cookie store in Queens Plaza too. No connection there. I guess it’s just Queens Plaza’s turn in the spotlight this week?
City Building In Queens Is A Notorious Trash Heap, Just Ask The Rats – just in time to greet all the residents moving into the neighborhood
Chip Cookies & Cream Lands A Playful New Space in Long Island City – that’s more like it
Outdoor Jungle Coming to MoMA PS1 This Summer – see renderings
Queens Public Schools Continue To Battle Overcrowding – “Specifically, in Long Island City at P.S. 78, the utilization rate is at 109 percent and is already over capacity at 135 percent. “More than 70 children who were zoned to the school were put on the waitlist for kindergarten last spring, while classes for numerous pre-K kids are being housed in trailers,” “
Bryant High School in LIC Unveils Cutting Edge New Athletic Complex – that’s more like it