Friday, October 21, 2011

King Manor elects Caliendo as president

From the Queens Gazette:

The King Manor Museum Association has elected Gerald Caliendo as their new president. Caliendo has served on the board of directors of the museum for the past 13 years, since 1998, and is an architect with offices on Queens Boulevard in Briarwood. Caliendo succeeds Peter Engelbrecht who recently retired from Greater Jamaica Development Corporation. Caliendo was elected as president due to his genuine affection and strong support for the museum.

With such a stellar reputation, I can see why the Association would choose this upstanding member of the Queens community. Bravo!


Anonymous said...

Caliendo, the king of self-certification, a/k/a the king of craps.

Anonymous said...

Is this that "goombah" (legend in his own mind) "architect" that's been building a lot of those tacky Mc Mansions for mafiosi or wanabee dons in and around Malba/Beechurst?

Mamma mia!

Better watch out Kimg Manor doesn't get moved and he develops the property for Sicilianos and Borchetannos.

Anonymous said...

Maybe he's gonna bring in some "family" money a la Tony Sopranno.

Oh Solo Mio said...

"Caliendo & Scaranno"
should cut a "do-wop" disc together.

They've both produced enough "Guinea-whoppers" to fill up a state.

Anonymous said...

I guess he thinks he's got "KLASS" now....LOL!

Anonymous said...

Can be any worse than Barry Grodoshek and Wellington Chen on the board of the vibrant thriving real estate plot that Bowne House Museum sits on, or the Queens Library board of developers.

Check out millstones and NYC panorama for more urban treats Queens-style.

Anonymous said...

CB1 the community board from hell.