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Willets point

Willets Point, the warren of auto-repair shops that for generations sat on a muddy peninsula between the Mets' ballpark and Flushing Creek, has been targeted for an overhaul ever since 'the Mets' ballpark' still meant Shea Stadium.
Oh all of a sudden it's a crime in America blast music out of your bitchin' van's 50 huge speakers?
"I think we're really back to square one."
A judge has thrown out a suit that would stop a massive giveaway of parkland to build a new mall.
And why was the Bloomberg administration so eager to push through a deal that will put yet another mall in Flushing and evict small businesses?
Meanwhile, the Bloomberg administration is rushing to solidify more than $12 billion in real estate projects.
Borough President Helen Marshall signed off on the 1.4-million-square-foot mall, meaning it has only a few steps to go before ground can break.
Mr. Met seems best suited to roulette.
Plumes of dark black smoke are floating over the U.S. Open in Flushing this afternoon from a nearby junk yard fire.
While we were all watching Cheap Trampolines Invade East New York, Wal-Mart was yawning and putting its arm around us so it could cop a feel in Willets Point.
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