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More than 130 friends and neighbors of West End resident Liz Treston gathered at the Knights’ Pub on March 24 for a fundraiser to raise money to rebuild her Hurricane Sandy-damaged home. … more
A deal between county officials and PSEG Long Island to provide power to the Bay Park Water Reclamation Facility has yet to be approved by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, which could delay a plan to reroute treated effluent from the plant to the Cedar Creek Water Pollution Control Plant. more
Amid a tangle of headphone cords, microphone wires and half-empty coffee cups, radio show host Jason Samel, of Old Brookville, organized his papers — marked up with reference points and annotations … more
In the wee hours last Saturday morning, after approving the $168.3 billion state budget, Albany legislators also passed stand-alone gun legislation. The purpose of the bill, which now awaits Gov. … more
On March 14, State Sen. Carl Marcellino, a Republican from Syosset, amended his bill to require a feasibility study that would determine the viability of a local takeover of New York American Water. … more
Members of the Rockville Centre Fire Department were set to head to the polls on Thursday to cast their “vote of confidence” for the three sitting chiefs, and to elect a new Fourth Battalion delegate. more
Village of Valley Stream Treasurer Mike Fox handed the Board of Trustees a proposed $41.8 million village budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year at a board of trustees work session on March 19. The … more
The staff of Howell Road School wants to become more culturally proficient this year. “This goal itself doesn’t just challenge our practices, but asked us to reflect upon our beliefs,” Principal Frank Hupolsky told the District 13 Board of Education on March 27. more
The City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to postpone a measure that would allow the city to issue $4 million in tax-anticipation notes to cover the remaining costs associated with the … more
The City Council has received between 50 to 60 resumes as it continues its search for a successor to former City Manager Jack Schnirman — who was elected Nassau County comptroller in November — … more
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