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The East Rockaway Grist Mill Museum Committee and village officials have announced the details for the 50th annual Huckleberry Frolic. more
The Lynbrook village board of trustees unanimously voted on April 15 to adopt a $43.3 million budget for 2019-20. more
Village officials from Lynbrook and Rockville Centre have reached an agreement on a route for an upcoming $176 million Public Service Enterprise Group of Long Island project, which is to install a 7.3-mile, 138-kilovolt underground transmission line between Garden City and Lynbrook.  more
Visitors to any of the seven Lynbrook public schools will soon have to hand their drivers’ license or passport to the school’s security guard, who will keep it at the security desk while they are in the building, Director of Facilities James Saitta announced at the district’s Board of Education meeting on April 16. He said that the new policy would be implemented when security vestibules are installed at all of the schools, which should be completed by the time students return for the 2019-20 school year in September. more
At the April 15 meeting of the Lynbrook village board of trustees, several residents questioned Trustee Hilary Becker about an attorney representing the Preserve Lynbrook Party who has filed a Freedom of Information Law request seeking all documents related to the March 19 election. more
On the grounds of the 72-acre A. Holly Patterson Extended Care Facility in Uniondale is a small, white-tiled warehouse, with a handful of garage bays, operated by the nonprofit food-recovery … more
If the Village of East Rockaway’s proposed budget passes as presented to the board of trustees on April 8, it would pierce the state’s 2 percent tax levy cap. more
East Rockaway Mayor Bruno Romano and Trustees Gordon Fox and Richard Bilello were sworn into office for another term at the Village of East Rockaway’s annual reorganization meeting on April 8. more
County Legislator Debra Mulé, a Democrat from Freeport, said on April 5 that she was disappointed that the Legislature’s Republican majority would not institute a 5-cent fee on paper bags, a move … more
In the wake of a heated mayoral election, the Lynbrook village board reorganized at its April 1 meeting, with Mayor Alan Beach naming Trustee Michael Hawxhurst the new deputy mayor. more
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