Queens Community Board 5

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The Queens Community Board 5 is a local government in the New York City borough of Queens, encompassing the neighborhoods of Ridgewood, Glendale, Middle Village, Maspeth, Fresh Pond, and Liberty Park.[1] It is delimited by Maurice Avenue and the Long Island Expressway to the north, the Brooklyn borough line to the west and south, and Woodhaven Boulevard on the east.

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  1. ^ Queens Community Boards, New York City. Accessed September 3, 2007.

The Queens Community Board 5 is a local government in the New York City borough of Queens, encompassing the neighborhoods of Ridgewood, Glendale, Middle Village and Maspeth. It is delimited by Maurice Avenue and the Long Island Expressway to the north, the Brooklyn borough line to the west and south, and Woodhaven Boulevard on the east.

Members[edit]

List of members as of April 1, 2015

Chairman: Vincent Arcuri, Jr.
District Manager: Gary Giordano

Vincent Arcuri, Tobias Sheppard Bloch, Robert Cermeli, Walter E. Clayton, Peter Comber, Daniel Creighton, Henry Cross, Patricia Crowley, Karamjit Dhaliwal, Brian Dooley, Thomas C. Dowd, Jerome Drake, Dmytro Fedkowskyj, Sarah Feldman, Steven Fiedler, Dorie Figliola, Caroline Fuchs, Angela Giovanniello, Patricia A. Grayson, Fred T. Haller, Fred Hoefferle, Robert Holden, Paul Kerzner, John J. Killcommons, Kathleen Knight, Michael LoCascio, John Maier, Lydia Martinez, Alexander Maureau, Kathy Masi, Eileen Moloney, Raquel Namuche, Margaret O'Kane, Michael O'Kane, Donald Passantino, Michael Porcelli, Theodore M. Renz, Luis Rodriguez, Lee S. Rottenberg, Walter Sanchez, David Sands, Carmen Santana, Connie Santos, Lorraine Sciulli, Catherine Sumsky, Jean Tanler, Barbara Toscano, Mercy Wong, Maryanna Zero

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