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Over the past four years, Long Beach has come a long way by working together to make hard choices. Upon taking office in 2012, our administration discovered the full magnitude of the city’s fiscal … more
It’s beautiful out and the warm weather is here! What could be more perfect than riding your bike to school, work, or a leisurely stroll on the boardwalk? Before you pull your bike out, let’s … more
Amid strife over leadership in the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce, the organization’s president, Mark Tannenbaum, announced last week that he would step down on May 31. Tannenbaum, who became … more
Hempstead Town Supervisor Anthony Santino and Town Councilman Anthony D’Esposito announced Monday that the town plans to crack down on those who operate boats and other watercraft while intoxicated … more
Potential Belmont Park developer the Blumenfeld Development Group presented its vision for the south lot of the racetrack to the community on May 18 at the Elmont Library. The company’s plan … more
Nassau County is looking to divert tens of millions of gallons of treated sewage from the Bay Park treatment plant in East Rockaway to the ocean outfall pipe at the Cedar Creek plant on the … more
Led by Legislator Ellen Birnbaum, Nassau County Democratic lawmakers proposed a Gun Storage Safety Law on Tuesday, they said, to keep guns out of the hands of children and “others who shouldn’t have access to them.” more
At his sentencing hearing on May 12, Adam Skelos acknowledged what many in Rockville Centre have been saying since he and his father, Dean, were convicted of corruption in December: He ruined his … more
When you look at data on drunken driving over the past 30-plus years, it’s clear that we’re making real progress. Drunken driving-related deaths have been cut in half since 1980, down to just under 10,000 in 2014. But it’s equally clear that bringing that number down to zero will require a lot of hard work, creative thinking and new ideas. more
Former State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos, who was convicted of federal corruption charges in December, was sentenced to five years in prison on Thursday, May 12. He was also fined $500,000. more
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