By Christina Carrega
Twelve applications for companies and residents who applied for changes with their property will be discussed in an open forum at Queens Borough President Melinda Katz’s office in Kew Gardens on Thursday.
Land owners submitted various applications that could improve their businesses, including an extended term for a gas station on 34th Avenue in Astoria, a proposal to amend a Zoning Map within Community Boards 10 and 11 or and another application to enlarge a home on 68th Drive in Forest Hills.
Additional proposed submissions are located in Astoria, New Hyde Park, Long Island City, East Elmhurst, Flushing, Howard Beach and Forest Hills.
Katz invites the public to attend the meeting on Nov. 15 at 10:30 a.m. to 120-55 Queens Boulevard to hear about the pending changes.