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          VOLUME 28, NO. 5                                     THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2023                                                  25 CENTS

                                                                   Gov. Hochul Rides Inaugural LIRR
             Meng to Hold Passport Event to
            Help Queens Residents Apply For                           Train to Grand Central Madison
                      or Renew a Passport

                 In order to make it easier for Queens residents to obtain
            passports, U.S. Rep. Grace Meng (D-Queens) will host a pass-
            port event to help constituents apply for or renew a passport.
                 The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday,
            February 5, 2023 at the United States Post Office Flushing
            Main Street location, Suite 1, which is located at 4165 Main
            Street in Flushing, Queens. No appointment is necessary.
                 To receive a passport, an individual must be a U.S. citizen
            or non-citizen national, and they need to complete the applica-
            tion form which Postal Service clerks can assist with on-site.
            The required supporting documents must also be submitted
            and details can be found here.
                 “Whether traveling for a vacation, business, studying abroad
            or to see family members, a passport is essential for flying
            to another country,” said Meng. “As our borough continues
            to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, more people are
            once again traveling and many are already planning trips for
            the summer travel season that is just around the corner. This
            passport service that I am pleased to offer will make applying
            for or renewing a passport easier and more convenient, and I
            encourage constituents to take advantage of it on February 5th.”
                 The following is what local residents should bring:
            1.   If applying for a first-time passport, bring an original copy
                           (Continued on page 2)                   Governor Kathy Hochul and MTA Chair and CEO Janno Lieber rode the Historic First Train
                                                                   to Grand Central Madison. See story on page 7.
         Saraswati Puja Festival in                                Polish Consulate Welcomes New 86th

                          Woodside                                  Pulaski Day Parade Grand Marshal




































                                                                   Attending  the  Pulaski  Day  Parade  Committee’s  Grand  Marshal  Sashing  Ceremony
        Attending the Saraswati Puja Festival In Woodside is Mayor  for the 2023 86th Pulaski Day Parade was this year’s Grand Marshal, Irvington Police
        Eric Adams at the podium flanked by Deputy Commissioner  Deputy Chief Frank Piwowarczyk, joined by NYC Council Member Robert Holden,
        Dilip Chauan,  Assemblywoman Jenifer Rajkumar,  and  NYC Mayor Eric Adams, Consulate General of the Republic of Poland New York
        congregants of the Binapani Sangho. Photo by Walter Karling.  City Adrian Kubicki, Committee President Rich Zawisny and Parade Committee
        See story on page 2.                                       celebrating the importance of the Pulaski Day Parade to the NYC. See story on page 6.
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