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It has been a little more than two months since Erin King Sweeney was appointed the new councilwoman in the Town of Hempstead’s 5th District, following the retirement of Angie Cullin. more
The Lynbrook village government will remain essentially unchanged, as Mayor William Hendrick and Trustees Allan Beach and Thomas Atkinson each retained their offices in last week’s unopposed … more
Facing pressure from state and local officials, New York Rising announced a major policy change on Thursday to part of its reimbursement formula that officials say has stalled the rebuilding process … more
In his State of the County speech Wednesday night in East Meadow, Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano painted a bright picture of Nassau’s present and future, touting his administration’s efforts to attract young people and families to the county, spur growth in the private sector, downsize government and hold down taxes. more
Three current board members — one mayor, an appointed deputy mayor, and a sitting trustee, are all running unopposed in this year’s Lynbrook Village elections. The Herald asked the three … more
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is close to reaching a final settlement with Hurricane Sandy victims who filed lawsuits against their flood insurance carriers after the storm, claiming they … more
East Rockaway Mayor Fran Lenahan has announced that he will not seek re-election to a second four-year term. “I am very proud of all that has been … more
State Assemblyman Brian Curran held the first of seven local public forums on Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposed state budget at East Rockaway Village Hall on Feb. 11, telling the half-dozen residents in … more
New York state has pledged to fund the installation of a $150 million nitrogen-removal system at the Bay Park Sewage Treatment Plant, which will reduce the environmental harm of the sewage the plant discharges into Nassau County’s Western Bays, state and county officials said on Feb. 12. The officials, speaking at a Mineola news conference, also called on the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide $550 million more to build an outfall pipe to carry effluent from Bay Park into the Atlantic Ocean. more
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