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This project seeks to engage community residents in the development and implementation of a plan to reduce exposure to the emissions from the operation of JFK airport and airport-related sources that could affect the health of the residents living adjacent to JFK airport. Eastern Queens Alliance will conduct air monitoring sampling to assess the extent of air quality and its effect on the community in proximity to the airport. In addition, EQA will perform community outreach and education about environmental harms and risks related to the emissions. The goal of the project is to protect Branch Street, the only remaining street in North St. Louis that connects to the Mississippi River, from being closed off from recreational use. Limited edition why hello sweet cheeks have a seat horse retro poster Branch Street serves to facilitate healthy activities, ecological education, and helps improve public health. The project will conduct educational workshops for community leaders focused on public and environmental health issues and organize community bike rides to build awareness about the value of the street. The project will also encourage local business facilities to recycle materials by distributing a self assessment tool to help analyze their waste streams and will work to develop relationships with at least four of the local facilities which operate in the community.