The Queens Public Library announced that it now offers to-go service for ordering and picking up books at 35 branches. But why are Kew Gardens Hills branch users denied this benefit?
That branch at Vleigh Place and 72nd Avenue offered to-go service in October, but then abruptly halted it with no reason given. I've frequently phoned the QPL to
learn when service will resume, but was told there's no definite timeline.
Kew Gardens Hills has no City Council representative since Rory Lancman was appointed as special counsel for utility rate payers.
I urge State Senator Joe Addabbo and Assemblyman Daniel Rosenthal to correct this situation. Kew Gardens Hills must not be marginalized.
Kew Gardens Hills