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City Line Brooklyn, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

City Line is part of the Brooklyn Township of New York City in the United States, specifically located within the East New York neighborhood, being a subsection thereof. The City Line community is bordered to the east by Ozone Park of the Queens district, and to the southwest and north by the Cypress Hills neighborhoods. In 1898, before parts of Queens County and Brooklyn consolidated in New York City, due to its location near the border with Queens County and in the old city of Brooklyn, it was named the City Line.

The City Line neighborhood characterized as one of the most ethnically diverse communities in Brooklyn County. Originally many Irish, Italians and Germans resided in the area, however, it has now become home to many immigrants from Puerto Rico, Bangladesh, Guyana and the Dominican Republic who have come to settle in City Line. Also included is a large influx of African Americans and a dispersed presence of South Asians.

Along Liberty Avenue, which runs between Farmers Boulevard in Queens in the east and Mother Gaston Boulevard in Brooklyn in the west, is the neighborhood’s main shopping district, where many food markets, restaurants, and community-service stores are established. The C train and the A train of the IND lines offer their services to the residents of City Line to facilitate their transfer to other places. The neighborhood is a member of the Brooklyn 5 Community Board which is led by its current president Nathan Bradley, and Walter Campbell who is the district manager.

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