Here's more on that raucous Auburndale meeting last week:
Carney noted that 32 Queens neighborhoods - roughly 3,200 blocks - have been rezoned since 2002. But the crowd booed her when she wouldn't commit to a target completion date for the rezoning that would include Auburndale.
Auburndale rezoning moving too slow
"We want protection for our neighborhood as we found it, as we like it and as we bought into it - and we want it as quickly as possible," said Terri Pouymari, president of the Auburndale Improvement Association.
Pat Dolan, planning chairwoman of the Queens Civic Congress, accused the Bloomberg administration of putting the Auburndale and North Flushing rezonings on the back burner.
"There is a decision that has been made that these neighborhoods are ripe for development," she said.
Hmm...where was Mighty John Young?
"We want protection for our neighborhood as we found it, as we like it and as we bought into it - and we want it as quickly as possible,"
Zoning is moving too slow....Yes, must give the developers a crack at everything before zoning takes effect in 25 years from now.
Can someone fill me in on the deal with the "mighty" John Young?
What's his story and does anyone think he's on someone's payroll?
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