"It has been my honor to serve as president of the BFHA for the past two years,” said McCreesh, who plans to remain active in the organiztion. “It is truly inspiring to work alongside a group of people who appreciate our community and work hard to protect it."
BFHA has had 29 uninterrupted terms of office since it was founded in 1964. The organization’s primary mission has been the preservation and protection of the community from illegal conversions and zoning violations.
In 2006, the US Department of the Interior and the New York State Register placed Broadway-Flushing on the National Register of Historic Places.
General Membership meetings are held in the spring and fall at Church on the Hill in Flushing. Check broadwayflushing.org for dates.
“It has been a pleasure to live in Broadway-Flushing for 60 years, and to have worked with the association for much of that time,” said Morris. “I will continue to promote the interests of the homeowners to maintain this as a premier New York neighborhood.“