week we celebrate the 32nd Anniversary of the Queens Tribune.
latest anniversary marks another milestone in the history of the Tribune,
which is aging with grace and appeal. Each week, it continues to inform us
all about the stories and happenings in Queens, the City and the
nation’s most diverse borough.
dedicated staff equipped with institutional knowledge and know-how has
helped to make the Tribune a “must read” for thousands of loyal
fans each and every week.
hope is that the Tribune’s 33rd year will be a great success and
filled with the talented writing and professionalism that has earned it a
permanent place in the history of our great country.
the Queens Tribune:
is a pleasure to congratulate the Queens Tribune for 32 years of
service to the Queens community.
behalf of the City of New York, I recognize all those associated with this
award winning newspaper for your many achievements and for your
significant contributions to the Queens community. For over three decades,
the Tribune has exemplified the unique diversity and spirit of the
Borough, and has become a major source of news for all the residents of
Queens. I commend you upon reaching this milestone and I applaud the many
talented people whose outstanding efforts have ensured the success of your
thank you for your dedication to the community and I wish you all the very
best in your endeavors.
Richard A. Brown
the Queens Tribune:
to the Queens Tribune and its staff on your 32nd Anniversary.
Trib continues to be required reading for all who live and work in
Queens County - especially those of us in public service. You help us to
stay informed and on top of that which happens each week in our County,
and you do it fairly and professionally.
up the good work!
All My Friends
at the Queens
you for letting me be part of this wonderful celebration of 32 years of
accomplishment, growth, and service to the people of Queens.
proudly boasts of having some of “the most culturally diverse zip codes
in the nation.” Thanks to
immigrants newly arrived and already settled, its neighborhoods burst with
the beauty and flavors of the various foods, cultures, and languages that
make the borough unique.
it continues to welcome newcomers, Queens faces the challenge of growing
infrastructure and services as quickly as the population.
Schools must be there to educate children, and families must be
able to find affordable housing.
know that the Tribune will continue to be there to record all the
challenges and achievements. It
is my hope and expectation that Queens’ flagship paper continues to
thrive and grow, along with the borough it serves.
New York City Council Speaker
William C. Thompson, Jr.
is with great pleasure that I take this opportunity to congratulate the
dedicated staff of the Queens Tribune on its 32nd Anniversary.
the past three decades, the Tribune has grown into one of our
City’s most respected publications. Your vivid representation of life in
Queens captures the essence of the borough and depicts its diversity. Your
achievements have helped to bridge all of the communities of Queens, and I
commend you for your commitment to the highest standards of journalism.
wish you continued success and I look forward to working with you in
making our City a better and stronger place for all New Yorkers.
C. Thompson, Jr.
York City Comptroller
the Queens Tribune Family:
on 32 successful years of bringing local news to the residents of Queens.
It is to your credit that we have all been made aware of the issues that
affect the people who live, work and travel through this great borough.
have brought us news on everything from asbestos hazards and schools to
zoning changes. I also enjoy
reading the Tribune for politics, policy and human interest
stories. And, with the changing demographics, you have covered the
diversity of Queens, painting a beautiful mosaic of the people and
addressing the problems that relate to the various communities.
your Not4Publication column has captivated us all.
We look forward to it each week.
wish you another great 32 years!
the Queens Tribune:
would like to send special congratulations on the 32nd anniversary of the Queens
Tribune. I also send my best regards to the dedicated staff of
individuals who work hard to put together this fine publication, which is
a leading source of news and information for the people of Queens.
York is fortunate to be home to a large, vibrant multicultural community.
Nowhere is the diversity of our population more visible than in
communities in and around New York City, such as the Borough of Queens.
active lifestyle in Queens invites people of all cultures to visit and
continues to attract new residents each year. The Queens Tribune
plays an integral role in keeping your community informed and involved in
events happening there and throughout the greater Metropolitan Region.
finds its strength in its people, and the Queens Tribune
helps cultivate the unparalleled sense of community spirit and pride,
which have been the key to your enduring success. In the past 32
years, your newspaper has become a staple in Queens households and for its
readers who look forward to comprehensive news reports, editorials, sports
highlights, along with arts and entertainment . . .
wishes on your 32nd anniversary and for many more years of success as a
foundation of cultural and community life.
New York State Governor
H. Carl McCall
The Queens Tribune:
on your 32nd anniversary. Your newspaper has long been an integral part of
Queens, bringing local news and information to the community on a weekly
theme of this special anniversary issue, “We Are The World,” is so
very fitting for such a diverse borough. There are some 138 languages
spoken by residents of Queens, one of the most ethnically diverse counties
in the United States.
diversity enriches the fabric of our City,
State and Country. It plays
an important role in helping us understand different cultures and affords
our children the opportunity to learn at an early age about people and
ideas from around the world.
addition to my congratulations and wishes for continued success, please
also accept my thanks for your dedicated service to the Queens community.
New York State Comptroller