That is our Sanitation Department. They are always there for us. If there is a monumental clean-up to be done, snowstorms or New Year's Eve at Times Square, “New York’s Strongest” are there. Our Woodhaven is so fortunate that we have these men and women, many who live among us in Woodhaven, working on our behalf.
Now back to more of our Greater Woodhaven Development Corporation and Woodhaven Business Improvement District 2015 Wish List, which include the purchase of two signs to be placed on at Dexter Court and 100th Street along Jamaica Avenue.
These two-sided signs will declare when you enter Woodhaven and when you leave to differentiate our area of Jamaica Avenue. It has always been our aim to make our stretch of Jamaica Avenue stand out as clean and graffiti free with vibrant stores and businesses on our “Everything Avenue.”
Sometimes we tend to take our Woodhaven’s Jamaica Avenue for granted. Woodhaven’s Jamaica Avenue is special and our appearance and activities are special, so Woodhaven be proud.
Kindergarten registration for children born in 2010 opened on January 7 and closes on February 13. Please call (718) 935-2400 between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. to register on the telephone. Also families can apply online by visiting www.nyc.gov.
If you contribute to the NYS 529 College Savings Program Account, your contributions are tax deductible up to $10,000.
Federal funding from the Department of Labor has become available for the expansion of registered apprenticeship programs. Instructions on how to apply for these grant and a very important resource guide for leveraging federal funding is available at www.dol.gov.
May God bless our armed forces and disabled veterans, may God bless our NYPD, and may God bless our America.