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November 25, 2020

SFWD owners dedicate space to La Jornada (Queens Chronicle)

Several days after a number of city councilmembers said the Special Flushing Waterfront District wouldn’t adequately serve the needs of the Flushing community, the development owners revealed they would dedicate space to child mentoring and senior recreational services.

FWRA, LLC and the La Jornada food pantry teamed up to serve more than 3,000 turkeys to families in Flushing Meadows Corona Park on Nov. 22. The developers had secured the funds after raising $67,148 for the benefit of La Jornada’s Bland Houses food pantry, which has seen lines wrap around Downtown Flushing blocks for several months during the crisis.

The developers revealed the event is the beginning of a long-tern relationship with La Jornada — the pantry has been offered 1,000 square feet of space within the new SFWD dedicated to neighborhood social services similar to ones FWRA had been chastised by opposers for not originally including in the plans.

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