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    News Results for Ohr Natan Synagogue

    ?An Urgent Cause?: Preserve The Trylon Theater/Ohr Natan Synagogue & Tower Diner Building - Western Queens Gazette
    ?An Urgent Cause?: Preserve The Trylon Theater/Ohr Natan Synagogue & Tower Diner Building  Western Queens Gazette

    Queens neighbors fighting to save historic synagogue from becoming condo tower - New York Post
    Queens neighbors fighting to save historic synagogue from becoming condo tower  New York Post

    Forest Hills and Rego Park residents reject developer's plan to demolish Tower Diner and Ohr Natan Synagogue ? QNS.com - QNS
    Forest Hills and Rego Park residents reject developer's plan to demolish Tower Diner and Ohr Natan Synagogue ? QNS.com  QNS

    Residents Voice Opposition to Developer's Plan to Demolish Tower Diner and Ohr Natan Synagogue and Build Housing Complex - Forest Hills Post
    Residents Voice Opposition to Developer's Plan to Demolish Tower Diner and Ohr Natan Synagogue and Build Housing Complex  Forest Hills Post

    Public Hearing to Take Place Next Week As Rezoning Application for Tower Diner and Ohr Natan Synagogue Sites Moves Forward - Forest Hills Post
    Public Hearing to Take Place Next Week As Rezoning Application for Tower Diner and Ohr Natan Synagogue Sites Moves Forward  Forest Hills Post