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Pines Queens, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Situated on the border between Nassau County and Queens, lies the hilly sub-neighborhood of Pines, which along with Westmorelands and Little Neck Hills make up Little Neck, an upper-middle-class town belonging to Queens, one of the five boroughs of New York City. Known to offer the most suburban atmosphere is all of Queens. The neighborhood as a whole, including Douglaston and its subsections, has a population of nearly 18.000, with a predominantly white demographic, although, nearly 36% of the population is made out of Native-Americans. It belongs to the Queens Community Board 11, and the ZIP codes are 11362 and 11363. The police officers at 111th Precinct of the New York City Police Department are in charge of patrolling the area.

What makes Pines really stand out from other neighborhoods in Queens, is its outstanding public school system, its proximity to major highways, and one of the lowest property tax in all of New York City. Pines distinctively outshines its fellow neighborhoods, for its tree-lined streets, gorgeous Tudor-style homes with massive front lawns. The local economy is mainly focused on independently owned restaurants, shops, and bars. The 111th Precinct of the NYPD which patrols the area ranks at number 8 as the safest precinct in New York City, making Pines one of the safest community in all of Queens. There are plenty of parks and recreational options, such as Alley Pond Park, home to the oldest living tree in Queens, the Queens Giant, Udalls Cove, a wildlife sanctuary, and the Douglaston Park Golf Course.

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