This past election season has been divisive and tough, but for northeast Queens residents, here’s an outlet where they can express their thoughts, feelings and concerns.
Assemblyman Nily Rozic announced on Monday that her storefront window will be transformed into an interactive project, open to the public, that mimics the sticky note displays popping up across New York, such as the one at Union Square.
“People should have an opportunity to express themselves and remind everyone that we are a strong and united community,” Rozic said. “I want to give everyone a small outlet to express their post-election thoughts, grief, confusion and responses moving forward.”
Rozic’s office is located at 159-16 Union Turnpike in Flushing and is open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Rosin’s office has previously been used to host seasonal artwork from local artists as well as elementary and middle school students in the area.