Some 3,800 people waited in line Friday at a job fair in South Ozone Park, Queens to hope to find work.
Addabbo said the goal is to create more than 1,000 job opportunities for the people motivated enough to come out on Friday.
...An eclectic mix of local Politics, Education, Community Affairs, Environment, History, Birding,Jamaica Bay, Ridgewood Reservoir, Forest Park, and other assorted items of interest... Concentrating on the Borough of Queens in New York City...and the neighborhoods of Ozone Park, Howard Beach, Woodhaven, Richmond Hill and South Ozone Park...and Community Boards 5, 6, 9 and 10...
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