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THE VOICE OP 
WOODHAVEN 

The official newsletter of the Woodhaven Residents ' Block Association printed in part with funds 
from the NYS DivL5ion of Housing and Community Renewal and .VYS DivL5ion of Criminal .fLL5tice 

Woodhaven Residents ' Block Association 

84-20 Jamaica Avenue 

Office Hours 

24 Hour Phone Line 296-3735 

COALITION TO REOPEN 
ENGINE COMPANY 294 

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By: Maria A. Thomson 
First Chairperson 

In March of 1992, in our Woodhaven 
Residents' Block Association 
Newsletter, I wrote the following 
article in reference to Engine 
Company 294: 

The fight continues to Reopen 
Engine Company 294 - On Thursday 
into Friday morning, on February 
19th, at approximately 3:00 AM, a 
house in Woodhaven was destroyed by 
fire. There was no one in the 
house, but not knowing this, "New 
Yorks Bravest" entered the house to 
search for victims. This wood 
framed, one family detached home, 
blazed up very fast, injuring 5 NYC 
Firefighters, 3 critically. The 
WRBA directly attributes these 
critical injuries and the 
destruction of this house to the 
closing of Engine Co. 294. If this 
Engine Co. was open, more water 
could have been pumped onto this 
fire. This would have prevented 
these firemens' serious injuries. 

. It is indeed unfortunate that in 
spite of the support of Senator 
Maltese, Assemblyman Seminerio, 
Councilman Ward, Councilman 
Ognibene, Councilwoman Koslowitz, 
Queens Borough President Shulman, 
the WRBA, the Richmond Hill Block 

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March 1994 
Association and the many other 
Community Groups in the "Coalition 
to Reopen Engine Co. 294", that our 
Engine Co. still remains closed. 
Because of this, our residents and 
firefighters still remain in 
danger. 

H~ppily, as of March of 1994, these 
circumstances have changed: 

ENGINE CO. 294 REOPENS 

Engine Co. 294 is open! Three 
years ago, I received a phone call 
from our dear late Councilman 
Arthur Katzman stating that our 
Engine Company located on lOlst 
Street in Richmond Hill was in 
danger of closing. He asked that I 
start mobilizing the Woodhaven 
community to fight this eminent 
closing. He also stated that Dario 
Centrocelli and the Richmond Hill 
Block Association would be 
spear~eading this fight. Subsequent 
to this, we held rallies and the 
children of the communities wrote 
letters to our Mayor Dinkins, 
asking "please keep Engine Company 
294 open": Unfortunately, the pleas 
of the children and the residents' 
fell on deaf ears, Engine Co. 294 
was closed. The Coalition to save 
Engine Company 294 then evolved 
into the "Coalition to Reopen 294". 
D~ri~g t~is time, I addressed Mayor 
Dinkins in regard to our Engine 

*******MEETING NOTICE***************************MEETING AGENDA******* 

Our next open meeting will be held 
on March 16, 1994 at 8:00pm at 
the Woodhaven Richmond Hill 
Volunteer Ambulance Corps, located 
at 78-15 Jamaica Avenue. 

The agenda for the meeting will 
be: A speaker from Con Edison 
will come to speak at our 
meeting. 



1994 BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

President 
let v.P. 
2nd V.P. 
3rd v . P. 
Treasurer 

Joseph M. Mul]e 
Paul Michael Kazas 
John Serninerio 
Maria A. Thomson 
Jerry Quaranta 

Secretary 
Director 
Director 
Director 
Director 

Roger Hennin 
Barney Gerlando 
Vincent Sasso 
Kevin Ranaghan 
Gus Kobl·eck 

Company and the desperate need for 
our commmunity's sake and at my 
request, the Coalition had a 
meeting with him in his office. We 
again brought to his attention how 
important the reopening of Engine 
Company 294 was to our families, 
our children and our elderly. It 
was also stated that most of the 
homes in our community were wood 
frame homes over 100 years old, 
many of which were illegal 
conversions. As I have often 
stated, our Mayor Dinkins listened 
but did not hear. Therefore, our 
communities continued to suffer 
loss of life, loss of property and 
loss of beloved pets. When Rudolph 
Guiliani, as a candidate, visited 
the firehouse in a rally that the 
Coalition held, he stated that if 
he were elected Mayor, he would 
reopen Engine Co. 294. Now that 
Rudy Guiliani is our Mayor, he is 
going to fulfill this campaign 
promise March 6, 1994 at 10:00 AM 
when Engine Co. 294 will be 
reopened. At last we can celebrate 
the reopening of this vital Engine 
Company. Our communities have 
suffered for the last three years, 
but now with the reopening of the 
Engine Company, we can again feel 
secure in our homes. I would like 
to thank Chairperson Dario 
Centrocelli of the Richmond Hill 
Block Association, Simcha Waissman-
President and our representatives: 
Congressman Charles Schumer, State 
Senator Serphin Maltese, State 
Assemblyman Anthony Seminerio, 
State Assemblywoman Audrey Pheffer, 
former Councilman Walter Ward, 
Coucilman Karen Koslowitz, 
Councilman Walter Mccafferty, 
Queens Borough President Claire 
Shulman and last but not least, the 
Woodhaven Residents' Block 
Association and our President 
Joseph M. Mulle. I know that our 
late Councilman, Honorable Arthur 
Katzman rejoices with us in winning 
this long fought battle. Thank you 
Woodhaven for your support, for 
ultimately, you were the people 
that brought Engine Co. 294 back! 

Residents' Security 
Patrol 

Chairman: Barney Gerlando 

Asst. Chairpersons and 
Treasurers: 

Maria A. Thomson, 

Jerry Quaranta 

Newslett;er 
Editors 

Gus Kobleck 

Debbie Sturm 

Jennifer Tuohy 

Daniela Valenti 

102nd PRECINCT- The 102nd Precinct 
covers Kew Gardens, Ozone Park, 
Richmond Hill and Woodhaven. These 
past months have been very 
productive for our Police Officers 
in Woodhaven on our Jamaica Avenue. 
Strong arrests were made. One was 
of a perpetrator, using an attack 
dog to menace a storeowner and 
shoppers. Also, many youths were 
arrested trying to rob a store, 
using intimidation because of the 
number of youths involved. All were 
arrested by our valiant Police 
Officers. At the last 102nd 
Precinct Community Council Meeting, 
our Captain, Joseph Montagnino 
requested the assistance of our 
residents. The Precinct would like 
all residents if they observe beer 
being sold to minors at any of our 
local stores to report these 
locations to their local 
organizations (The WRBA Office). 
Also, "Joker-Poker" games in any 
stores should be reported. If you 
do report these problem locations, 
you will be contributing toward a 
better "Quality of Life" for all of 
your friends and neighbors. 

UPCOMING COMMUNITY MEETINGS 

Greater Woodhaven Development 
Corporation Meeting 

March 22, 1994 
7:30 pm 
Le Cordon Bleu, 
96-01 Jamaica Avenue, 
Woodhaven 

102nd Precinct Community Council 
Meeting 

March 15, 1994 
8:00 pm 
102nd Precinct, 
87-34 !18th Street, 
Richmond Hill 

Community Board #9 Meeting 
March 8, 1994 
7:45 pm 
Call 286-2686 for info. on 
meeting location. 



VOLUNTEER INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE 
(VITA) PROGRAM 

The VITA program, which provides 
free assistance in the preparation 
of Income Tax Returns, is provided 
for taxpayers with simple returns; 
in particular for the e~derly, 
handicapped and those with low 
incomes. 
The volunteers will be available 

to assist you at the following 
locations and times through April 
14th: 

Woodhaven Residents' Block 
Association, 84-20 Jam. Ave., 
each Wednesday from 10 AM to 
1 PM, and 

Woodhaven Senior Center, 
87-04 88 Ave., each Thursday 
from 10 AM to 1 PM 

You may call 296-3735 (WRBA) for 
information. Appointments are not 
necessary. You will be assisted if 
you stop in while the volunteers 
are available. 

BUY AMERICAN MADE PRODUCTS!! 
By: Roger Hennin 

Recently, our country opened its 
markets to Japenese products and 
now Japan will not reciprocate. By 
the time our government gets to 
act, it could be years. So, it 
becomes our duty not to buy 
Japanese products. Not just 
automobiles, but VCR's, radios, 
TV's, tapes, film, etc., etc., etc. 
If in doubt, you can always ask the 
seller, "Where is the product 
made?" Put our people to work - BUY 
AMERICAN MADE PRODUCTS!! 

GLASSES FOR THE NEEDY 

The WRBA and the Lions Club are 
still collecting eyeglasses (and 
costume jewelry) for the needy. If 
you have any eyeglasses or costume 
jewelry, please drop them off at 
the WRBA office, 84-20 Jamaica Ave. 
or at Ohlert-Ruggiere (Joe 
Ruggiere) at 89-11 Jamaica Avenue. 

Thanks to the donations made by 
Woodhaven residents thus far, over 
1000 used eyeglasses have been 
donated to New Eyes for the Needy. 
Thanks Vinny Sasso! 

The Department of 
Environmental Protection Bureau of 
Water Supply and Wastewater 
Collection has advised us that 
construction of catch basin 
connections will resume in the near 
future on 89th Avenue and 91st 
Street. 

You are advised to inform the 
Contractor (Audux Construction Co., 
12-02 37th Avenue, Long Island 
City, NY 11101) as Soon as you know 
of any property damage. 

Home Improvement Program- The 
Greater Woodhaven Development Corp. 
has applications for Home 
Improvement Loans at 2 1/2% and 5% 
Interest. These loans are 10 year 
loans, for up to 20,000. Maximum 
guidelines are very liberal ... , 
$56,700 for a family of four. 
Please take advantage of these low 
interest loans now! For more 
information, please call the GWDC 
at 805-0202. 

ART SHOW 

The Woodhaven Cultural and 
Historical Society will be holding 
an art show on April 9, 1994 in the 
Forest Park Clubhouse, from 11 AM 
to 4 PM. Local artists are 
encouraged to di.splay their work. 
If interested, call 846-1907. 

The W.R.B.A. 
wishes you 
a happy 
St. Patrict·s 
Dayll 



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NO. 1 Health Foods 
20% OFF 

SOLGAR VITAMINS 
84-09 JAMAICA AVENUE 

441-4933 

Virliil SPORTSWEAR 
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84-16 JAMAICA AVE. 
WOODHAVEN, ff. Y ~ 
296-2930 

DR. IRA MARC PRICE 
OPTOMETRIST 

Complete Family Eyecare 
Certified Low-Vision 

Specialist 
849 - 8877 849-5934 
93-01 Jamaica Avenue 

AMBULATORY SURGERY 
LASER SURGERY 
AT THE NEW 

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HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S 
DAY 111 

KAISER & KOOS 
FUNERAL HOME INC, 

CHAPEL ADDRESS: 
87-34 BOTH STREET 
WOODHAVEN, NY 11421 
(718) 847-2633 

REOPEN ENGINE COMPANY 2941 

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Jemee F. McOoneld, Menagu 
Peter J. Lvnch. Director 

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849-0785 

Atlantic Av~nul' & 111 th Str•~t • Richmond Hiii 

JOHN 

SEMINERIO 
ATTORNEY AT LAW 

(212) 587-6040 

Support your 102nd Precinct, 
They are here for you. 

Pct. # 805-3200 
CPOP # 805-3247 

Neuter your pets. 

Less is better. 

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Open 7 Days 

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ADVERTISING HERE 
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SUPPORT THE WRBA 
JOIN TOOAYll 

HEHBERSHIP $:3.00 

RESIDENTIAL ROOFING AND 
MASON SPECIALIST INC. 
Specializing in all types. 
of f la-t roofing systems. 
91-07 87th Street 
Woodhaven, NY 11421 
CALL (71~) 456-3423 

Dr. Robert J. Castelli 
Podiatric Medicine & Surgery 
• Complete Family Foot Care 

Most Insurance Accepted 
Towards Full or Partial Payment 

r , ~ 1 86·12 Jamaica Avenue 
)'. \\ Woodhaven, N.Y. 11421 ~'>.;"·~J,) (718) 846-7872 

"WE SUPPORT A DRUG FREE 
WOODHAVEN" 

POMPEO & MULLE , INC. 
Real Estate 
Appr a i ser s 

& Consul tants 
718- 234 -1012 

INNOVATIVE GRAPHICS 
Commercial Printers 

& Typogr aphers 
(718)894-5027 

8S-01 JAMA IC -> AVtNUE 849-420 7 

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To Flt .iJl - Sa.u U 1n <" 

FOlllOEAS YOU CAN BANK ON 
CALL CHASE AT 847-1338 

Miiton 5. Wolff - BRANCH MANAGER OCHAll& 
84-01 Jamaica Ave . at Forest Parkway, 

(Pen;onal Attack ALarm) 

Everyone needs a PAAL 

Stay Protected with the PAAL that blasu lOJdB when 
you simply pull the pin. Cany it to work, home, tnm"' 
subway. Don~ oompromi,. your life for $30. 
Call Now! 1-800-484-7090 

W.R.B.A. is here for you 

24 hours a day- 296-3735. 

MARTIN'S G.C . ALL TYPES OF ROOFING 
Siding & windows, 10 year written guarantee 
Emergency roof repairs- no job too small 
15% off all roofing, gutter & chilllney 

cleaning with new roof 
Complete home improvement 

No salesman, deal directly with owner 
Call for FREE estimate (718)296-7853 

Help your community of Woodhaven'& 

Advocate- The Woodhaven Residents' Block Assn . 



Springtimes A Time to Beautify 
bys Jerry Quaranta 

Springtime oh beautiful 
springtime. Ah yes, soon the birds 
will be singing, the flowers will 
be blooming and the trees will be 
budding. After this horrendous 
winter season we are having, I'm 
sure that we will all appreciate 
the season that is soon to be upon 
us. We endured and we conquered! 
Now it is time to put away your 
shovels and snowblowers and get out 
your grass seed and tulip bulbs. 

Guess what time it is? It's time 
to beautify our homes. As with any 
project, home improvement takes 
planning. If you are a 
do-it-yourself type, there are many 
helpful books and video tapes 
available at our public library to 
make the job easier. However, ifyou 
go the professional route, now is 
the time to line up contractors 
while the season is young. During 
the height of the season, 
contractor availability becomes 
scarce and sometimes the prices 
tend to raise. I worked in the 
construction industry for over 10 
years, and I have a few important 
things for you to consider when 
hiring a contractor for major work: 
1- Shop around and get competitive 
bids. 2- Does the contractor have 
insurance? 3- Is the contractor 
licensed with consumer affairs? 4-
Check with consumer affairs, the 
better business bureau and the 
state attorney general to see if 
.complaints were lodged against them 
and, most importantly, were the 
problems resolved? Some complaints 
are bogus, some are real. 5- Ask 
for at least 4 or 5 references that 
you can check out, a.d check them. 
6- Before signing anything, read 
your contract and understand it 
thoroughly. If you wish to change 
any aspect of it, by all means do 
so. Any contractor worth his salt 

will accomodate any reasonable 
request. If not, get another 
contractor. 7- If it's a major job, 
get a start and finish date in 
writing with a penalty clause if 
the dates are not reasonably met. 
Never, never pay for the job in 
full until it is completed to your 
satisfaction. Usually accepted 
means of payment are 1/3 at the 
start of work, 1/3 in the middle 
and the final third at completion 
with the exception of at least 10% 
held for 30 days after completion 
so you may check all the details. 
Remember, these general suggestions 
are mainly for major work. With a 
small job, you can be much more 
flexible. 

Recommendation- Whether it's a 
plumber or a tree pruner, I have 
found the best way to hire a 
contractor is by recommendation and 
reputation. Chances are, if your 
neighbor whose opinion you respect 
was satisfied, you will be too. 
There are many reputable 
contractors in our area to choose 
from. If a contractor promises you 
the impossible, it is probably just 
that, impossible! 

Whatever is to be done, get it 
in writing!! Remember, the 
contractor is working for you-
you' re the boss. In all fairness, 
most contractors are fair and 
honest. However, there are a few 
with less than honorable 
intentions. As with all consumer 
prod~cts and services, let the 
buyer beware! 

For all you contractors out 
there, I am not picking on you, I'm 
only looking out for my neighbors. 
If you are an honest contractor 
you will be rewarded with an 
abundance of work. However, if your 
intentions are not honest, go away! 
Good luck to all of my fellow 
Woodhavenites and let's make our 
community beautiful, as it should 
be. Be proud of Woodhaven! 

=============================================~~=====---~......-.--~~~-~-~ 

MEMBERSHIP 1994 
YES! I WANT TO JOIN THE WOODH~VEN RESIDENTS' BLOCK ASSOCIATION FOR 1994. 

MEMBERSHIP IS ONLY $3.00 FOR RESIDENTS AND $5.00 FOR BUSINESSES. 

RETURN THIS FORM BY MAIL OR IN PERSON 

WE 
SUPPORT 
THE 

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Block Association Inc. 



All Advertised Businesses 
and Real Estate Off ices 
are Endorsed 8i Supported by the 
Woodhaven Residenf.c;' Block 

Association 

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847-9074 

Woodrn:h Cons11lt ;it 1on Cent er 

PSYCHOTHERAPY 
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86-52 Woodhaven Blvd. 

805-0420 

VOLUNTEER FOR THE 
WOODHAVEN RESIDENTS 
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FOR MORE INFO, 
CALL BARNEY AT 
296-3735. 

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P"uel £or Hoaes And Businesses 

JCPenney catalog Merchant 
LOCATED INSIDE 

TO ADVERTISE IN 
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PAT'S SHOE OUTLET 

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104-27 Jam3ica Ave. 
Richmond Hill , NY 11418 
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(cK REAL ESTATE 
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89-11 Jamaica Avenue 
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93-22 Jama i ca Avenue 
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Mr. George Worgul, Pres. 

WOOOH.AVEN CHAM8ER 
OF 

COMMERCE 
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lOC.Al MERCHANTS-

PODIATRIST· FOOT SPECIALIST 
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441·6550 - 87·24 Jamaica Ave .. Woodhaven, NY 

TROICI PLUMBING & HEATING CONTRACTING CORP. 
Ges Heating · - Hot Water Heaters - Repeoirs 

Weil - Mclain Boilers 
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FOR ALL YOUR PLUMBING NEEDS 

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we Accept ALL Medicade 

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COMPLETE BR JDm:. LINE 

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