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VectoBac GS, a biological larvicide, will be sprayed over wetlands in Brooklyn and other boroughs by the New York City Department of Health starting Thursday to kill the mosquitoes that cause West Nile virus. AP photo by Mark Lennihan

Aerial spraying for West Nile virus begins Thursday in Brooklyn

June 17 | Mary Frost

New York City will begin three days of aerial spraying for mosquitoes carrying the West Nile virus at marshes and wetlands in Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens and Staten Island on Thursday, weather permitting. A low-flying helicopter will spray larvicide over Marine Park and Fresh Creek Basin. ZIP codes where spraying will take place include 11229, […]

Columbian Lawyers honor Joseph Rosato and install new president at annual dinner

June 10 | Rob Abruzzese

The Columbian Lawyers Association of Brooklyn honored outgoing President Joseph Rosato and installed its new slate of officers and directors during the group’s annual dinner on Friday, which was held at El Caribe in Mill Basin. “It’s been an honor and privilege to be the president of this organization,” Rosato said. Susanne Gennusa was installed […]

This is one of two cranes that collapsed in an incident in Mill Basin. Eagle photos by Todd Maisel

Exclusive: 2 cranes collapse on barge in Mill Basin

January 8 | By Todd Maisel Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Two cranes collapsed after one became unstable and pulled the other over in Mill Basin near a boat yard on Flatbush Avenue near Kings Plaza on Monday afternoon. No injuries were reported. Members of the Coast Guard were called to the scene after the incident left two cranes overturned and disabled on a work barge […]

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