Lawmaker joins city agencies for cleanup effort on Station Road in Flushing


Earlier this month, a Queens lawmaker organized a cleanup effort of Station Road in Flushing following requests from the community.

Assemblyman Edward Braunstein led the multi-agency project along with the Department of Sanitation (DSNY) and the 109th Precinct on Friday, May 14, to cleaned up the area between 165th and 168th streets. Due to its proximity to the Broadway LIRR Station and residential homes, the area sees regular foot and vehicular traffic.

“By working together in ways like this, we can keep our streets clean and maintain the quality of life we enjoy and take pride in here in northeast Queens,” Braunstein said. “I want to thank Noreena for bringing the conditions at Station Road to my attention as well as the Department of Sanitation, Officer Huang and the 109th Precinct for collaborating with my office to see this cleanup through.”