The flyers were distributed by Nuala O’Doherty-Naranjo to neighbors asking if they needed help. The Facebook group, the COVID Care Neighbor Network, is about matching volunteers with neighbors who need help. The story was covered by The City as one of the new mutual aid groups it did an article on and you can read… Read more »
How can you help during the crisis? New Yorkers get creative. Facing down a global pandemic, Nuala O’Doherty-Naranjo wields deceivingly simple tools: flyers and a Facebook group. Read The Full article on QNS.com
If you take the buses at all in our neighborhood, you’d possibly seen Nuala handing out flyers and spreading the word on how the MTA’s proposed redesign of our bus service would hurt our community. That also included a rally she organized in early January, covered here by the Jackson Heights Post.
Accessibility for the disabled is an all-too-common issue on the NYC subway system. The 82nd Street station on the 7 line is no exception. In response, Nuala started a Change.org petition calling for an elevator.
In September, the Jackson Heights Beautification Group, headed by then-President Nuala O’Doherty Naranjo, received a grant from Councilman Costa Constantinides as part of a larger funding of beautification efforts in his district as per a report in QNS — ““This funding will not just clean up trash along Ditmars Boulevard, care for street trees, or… Read more »
Nuala discusses Airtrain on Podcast On the QNS podcast, Nuala O’Doherty-Naranjo discussed how LGA hasn’t been a good neighbor and has been too quick to dismiss alternatives to the proposed LGA Train. New Route, Same LGA boondoggle The movement of the proposed route of the LGA train from near the Grand Central Parkway to near… Read more »
Part of Nuala’s long-standing work as an education advocate involves not only having been on the Community Education Council for her school but also being a member of Jackson Heights People for Public Schools (JHPPS). When JacksonHeightsPost covered a town hall on public schools that it hosted, Nuala was the person they spoke to about… Read more »