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On Monday, the Association of Jewish Camp Operators (AJCO), took the extraordinary move of requesting a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction to ask the court to immediately open overnight camps in New York State. 

New York City’s revamped COVID-19 Food Delivery program now allows New Yorkers to schedule a month of free kosher grocery deliveries, Met Council announced this week. With a single 311 call or by visiting, New York City residents who need kosher groceries can get it delivered to their home for free due to the threat of COVID-19. It remains a daily challenge for many vulnerable New Yorkers, and by streamlining the meals delivery process, the city will help households get the groceries they need so residents can stay as safe as possible.

Deli sandwiches from A&A Gourmet were presented by the Young Israel of Kew Gardens Hills to both the afternoon and evening shifts of officers from the 107th precinct for their heroic efforts on behalf of our community during these difficult times. Seen is Rabbi Yoel Schonfeld, Rav of YIKGH, presenting a letter of appreciation to Commanding Officer Deputy Inspector Scott Henry, and Stuart Verstandig, YIKGH president, addressing the appreciative officers. 

Spread across a rolling landscape of single-family homes, the neighborhood of Fresh Meadows has a suburban look within the city’s borders. But in the past four years, the 11-story Wyndham Garden Hotel on 186th Street, near the Long Island Expressway, has been a source of anxiety for neighbors. The most recent example was a notice sent to neighbors by the 107th police precinct.

Mayor de Blasio and Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia this past Monday announced the end of twice-weekly street cleanings, the most dramatic reform to Alternate Side Parking (ASP) in decades. Beginning Monday, June 29, the City will resume ASP regulations for one week. Going forward, residential streets will be cleaned no more than once per week.