It was a busy week for news in Forest Hills.
Police searched for a missing youth who hails from Rego Park, while Community Board 6 voted on a city Department of Transportation proposal to remove parking spaces along Metropolitan Avenue.
And the Four Borough Neighborhood Preservation Alliance announced its sixth tree giveaway at MacDonald Park.
Here is your Week in Review.
Four Borough Neighborhood Preservation Alliance planned on handing out 150 trees of varying types at Forest Hills’ MacDonald Park.
The Queens Community House announced a 30th anniversary celebration that would be held for its adult day services program. And a Forest Hills resident planned on taking part in an annual walk to raise money for pancreatic cancer research.
A missing youth from Queens hails from Rego Park, the 112th Precinct’s captain told CB 6 during its monthly meeting. Also, the board voted on the DOT’s plan to remove parking spaces and move a bus shelter on Metropolitan Avenue.
The 112th Precinct Community Council is hosting two safety-themed contests for local students during the next two months.
This week’s Queens Eats recipe is brisket with onions.