Partnership News

*New Store on 82nd* Modern MD Urgent Care

“As a city, country & global community, we are collectively experiencing a crisis we could have never imagined, quickly shifting from crowded commutes & packed calendars to a focus on flattening the curve through social distancing. Like you, we miss the old normal before COVID-19 hit here at home.

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Diamond Braces- New Location Jackson Heights

A message from Diamond Braces team:

Hello Residents of Jackson Heights, 

Diamond Braces is now in your neighborhood! Our new location is on 82nd Street and 37th Avenue and we have an exclusive deal for new patients looking for orthodontic care. 
Our friendly staff can help start your journey towards the healthy, straightened smile you’ve always wanted.… Continue reading →


To Small Businesses for Valentine’s Day
 Sweethearts Shop Local…Be a #SmallBusinessSweetie Forty Neighborhood Associations Band Together To 
New York City – February 1, 2021) In what may be a first, forty neighborhood organizations representing New York City’s five boroughs have joined forces to deliver messages
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Open Restaurants: Winter UPDATE

Now that the Open Restaurants program has been extended year-round, it’s important that we work together to make all roadway seating areas as safe as possible, especially to better withstand the stresses that winter may bring – such as slippery roads, snow removal operations, and snow piles pushing against barricades.
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Restaurants best practices for POST COVID world

This webinar helps restaurateurs understand new ASHRAE and CDC guidelines to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and other airborne pathogens. Viewers will learn the role of restaurant HVAC systems in managing proper ventilation and implementation strategies and technology options that provide a path to compliance. They will also discuss why COVID-compliant… Continue reading →


Restaurant owners must:

  • Create a protective barrier, such as planters or objects of similar size and weight, on all three sides of the seating perimeter that are in the roadway, to separate seating from the travel lane. Such barriers must be at least 18″ in width and 30-36″ in height (excluding plantings) on all three sides that are in the roadway, to preserve
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Our community is confronted by unprecedented challenges caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic. The Queens Economic Development Corporation has asked expert speakers in the areas of Finance, Operations and Marketing to provide guidance as small businesses plan their reopening. Each webinar is designed to provide practical information you need, along with … Continue reading →