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Council Member Sandra Ung opens new office in Flushing

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Feb. 13, 2024 By Rachel Butler Council Member Sandra Ung, who represents Flushing and surrounding areas, officially opened her new office at 136-21 Latimer Pl. with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday Feb. 12. The council member’s office used to be located in downtown Flushing on 38th Avenue. That office had also been used by previous council members and had been in operation since 2001. Ung said that while the old location was convenient for some people who live or work in downtown Flushing, it was not for her other constituents due to the volume of traffic in the area…
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Ung introduces legislation targeting retail stands and char broiling cooking in Queens

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Dec. 8, 2023 By Rachel Butler Queens Council Member Sandra Ung introduced two pieces of legislation to address concerns over quality of life on New York City’s public sidewalks. The first piece of legislation will require the Department of Transportation (DOT) to conduct a site visit before the issuance or renewal of a stoop stand…
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Council Member Ung hosts voter registration drive on Flushing Campus

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Oct. 26, 2023 By Rachel Butler Flushing Council Member Sandra Ung, joined the Veritas Academy Civics Team on Flushing Campus on Oct. 26 for a voters registration drive. More than 100 students registered to vote at the event, with many taking registration forms with them to fill out at home. The general election is right…
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Council Member Ung announces $4.5 million in funding to help improve local schools

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Oct. 19, 2023 By Rachel Butler Queens Council Member Sandra Ung recently visited P.S. 162 in Fresh Meadows to attend the school’s first assembly of the year, during which she announced that she has successfully secured $162,000 in this year’s budget, which will be used for technology upgrades at the school. In the Fiscal Year 2024 budget, Ung secured more than $4.5 million for schools in her district, which includes the neighborhoods of Flushing, Mitchell-Linden, Murray Hill, Queensboro Hill and Fresh Meadows. “I can think of no better way to invest in the future of our community and the rest…
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