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Woodrow Staten Island, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Situated on the South Shore area of Staten Island, one of the five boroughs of New York City sits the residential sub-community of Woodrow bounded by Arden Heights, Annadale, and Prince’s Bay. The community belongs to the larger neighborhood of Huguenot, and it was named after the local Staten Island Railway Station, as part of a long-standing tradition in the borough of naming communities after the local railway station. In the political sphere, Woodrow is represented by councilman Joe Borelli. The streets are patrolled by the men and women in blue at the 123rd Precinct of the New York City Police Department, and its ZIP code is 10312.

Woodrow belongs to the Staten Island Community Board 3 along with Huguenot, Annadale, Rossville, Bay Terrace, Tottenville, Arden Heights, Richmond Valley, Eltingville, Prince’s Bay, Charleston, Greenridge, Pleasant Plains, and Great Kills. The town is known for being the home of the first Methodist Church to open in New York City in 1771. Today is called Woodrow United Methodist Church and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The neighborhood has a population of approximately 7.000 inhabitants with a predominantly White demographic, although, there is a longstanding and growing Hispanic and Latino community.

Public transportation is a serious problem for Woodrow’s commuters, the town is poorly served by mass transportation systems. There is only one local bus route serving the community, and one express bus only available during rush hour. The New York City public library operates a local branch in the neighborhood.

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