The Department of Transportation has completed a study and has determined that a traffic signal is warranted on the corner of Eliot Avenue at 72nd Street. DOT Commissioner Maura McCarthy informed Community Board 5 that the traffic signal work is tentatively scheduled to be completed by January 31, 2013.
Originally published in the December 2012 Juniper Berry Magazine
Traffic Signal coming to Eliot & 72 St.
Juniper Berry staff
Eliot Avenue corner 72nd Street, November 2012.
December 2012 Table of Contents
- AMAZING STORIES: ELMHURST CIVIL WAR VETERAN, 81, DIES AT MEMORIAL SERVICE
- AMAZING STORIES: Railroad Must Pay for Woman's Death
- Amazing Stories: LASS WITH 35 DRESSES PROVIDED BY DAD, TOLD SHE MUST RETURN HOME.
- Amazin Stories: Seeks Life Term as Fourth Offender
- BERRY HEALTH: Snoring is more serious than you think!
- AMAZING STORIES: Child's Anti-Smoking Poster Won't Be Riding the Subway
- BERRY HEALTH: Food Allergy
- Kampermann's Korner: Hurricane Sandy/Tsunami Sandy Slams Queens Coastline
- Is It Too Much to Spend $5,000 on NYC Youth?
- Killy's Korner
- Child Care Everywhere
- A DAY LIKE NO OTHER
- "They came because they always do." Maspeth Remembers and Dedicates Site of Tragic Fire 50 Years ago.
- Commander's Report 104th Precinct
- Amazing Stories: Links Tammany to Rothstein Deal – LaGuardia Charges Gambler Put up "Phantom Village" in Queens to Mulct City in Sale – Calls 48 Houses "flimsy"
- Remembering Daniela
- Juniper Civic joins with Maspeth High School to Fight Graffiti
- Juniper Blvd North to get speed bumps
- Thank You!
- Post Tropical Cyclone Sandy & Ancient Overhead Wires. 19th Century Technology can't keep up with 21st Century power needs.
- Growing Up in Maspeth
- On the Ground in Rockaway
- Traffic Signal coming to Eliot & 72 St.
- Letters December 2012
- OP-ED: How Obama Won and What's Next
The Juniper Berry magazine, first published in 1938 is an all-volunteer effort containing articles on crime prevention, neighborhood issues, meeting reports and notices, neighborhood history and photographs, guest articles, editorials and more.
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