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The tentative 2018 budget for the Village of Lynbrook is $40,723,384 — marking the first time the village has ever had a budget above $40 million. more
In an effort to ensure that Lynbrook’s new $21 million state-of-the-art Regal movie theater, on Merrick Road near Atlantic Avenue, will open by the holiday season, village officials have permitted the Blumenfeld Development Group’s construction crew to work on Sundays — which goes against village code. more
The Town of Hempstead board voted unanimously to increase the minimum age to purchase all tobacco products, liquid nicotine, electronic cigarettes and all smoking paraphernalia to 21 during a board meeting on April 25. more
Recognizing Lynbrook students’ journalistic excellence Recognizing Lynbrook students’ journalistic excellence To the Editor: Congratulations to the student staff of Lynbrook High … more
As part of the $153.1 billion 2018 budget that was finalized by the New York State Senate on April 9, Transportation Network Companies such as Uber and Lyft are now permitted to operate throughout the state under a uniform statewide license. more
New York state’s new $163 billion budget passed last week, including an allocation of $2.5 billion for the Clean Water Infrastructure Act, which aims to improve water distribution systems’ safety and quality. more
Long-sought victory for those caregivers To the Editor: Hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers and their families rely on the care of direct-support professionals employed by the nonprofit sector, providing daily living services to some of our state’s most disabled residents. more
A group of about 200 fire department members, elected officials, community members and family members of late former Chief James McDermott were in attendance at a special ceremony on April 9 as Lynbrook Fire Department Headquarters was named after McDermott. more
“I love animals and do not want them to die,” Sophia Romanelli, a second-grader at Marion Street Elementary School, told the Lynbrook board of trustees at their April 3 meeting. “If we stop using plastic, it will make our Earth look clean and save the animals.” more
At the third hearing to determine whether the Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn’s room-rental license should be revoked, lawyers representing the motel owners argued last week that the committee appointed by Mayor Bill Hendrick — comprising three of his trustees — could not be impartial. more
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