Juniper Park Civic Association president, Robert Holden, was greeted in Albany by Governor George Pataki on March 26th. Holden stopped in the Governor's office before meeting with Senator Serf Maltese and other elected officials on matters concerning the community. Governor Pataki was named Juniper Park Civic's Man of the Year in 1998. As their photo was taken the Governor asked Bob, Is this photo for the Juniper Berry? We guess the answer was... yes.
Originally published in the April 2001 Juniper Berry Magazine
Governor Greets JPCA Prez FOR THE JUNIPER BERRY?
April 2001 Table of Contents
- Letters to the Editor – April 2001
- City Trash Goes Suburban
- Rat Population Growing in Middle Village/Maspeth
- Our 104th Precinct: Once Again the Slowest in Queens
- DOT Finds Speeding on Juniper Boulevards. Conducts Safety Study
- Juniper Civic Demands EPA Air Study for Middle Village & Maspeth
- After More Tragedies...Henry Stern Still Doesn't Learn
- Queens' Streets Get Green
- Juniper's Margaret Magnus Named Woman of the Year
- Governor Greets JPCA Prez FOR THE JUNIPER BERRY?
- The New York Connecting: Midville's Little Known Railroad
- Short History of Middle Village
- The Ognibene Legacy
- An Interview with Councilman Tom Ognibene
- Cable Contractor Crushes Homeowners' Water Line
- Community Spotlight: KATHLEEN A. PAOLICELLI
- Stop Telemarketers from Harassing You
- Safety First: Teach Your Children Well
- Wills & Estate Proceedings
- Middle Village Harvest Picnic
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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