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The Cornerstone at Yorkshire apartment complex, which began leasing to future renters July 5, should be open by November, its developers say. more
New York American Water is investing $260,000 to replace 820 feet of aging water main with a new eight-inch ductile iron main along Lancaster and Bristol streets in Lynbrook. The project will also replace 20 company-owned service lines and a fire hydrant. more
After 15 months of lockdown, East Rockaway native Michael Quadrino’s production company On The Quays is celebrating LGBTQ+ pride and returning to society with a film titled, “Reemergence: A Queer Visual Album.” more
Tony Leone can still remember the moment he fell in love with theater. After landing a few bit parts in plays as a college student at SUNY Buffalo, he finally earned his first speaking role when he played an old curmudgeon named Mr. Morse in the Lanford Wilson play “Hot l Baltimore.” For his first line, he rumbled into the scene from a backstage staircase to deliver four words — “I have a complaint” — and from that moment on, theater was a major part of his life. more
The Lynbrook village board on Monday unanimously voted to approve a developer’s plans to build a 201-unit apartment complex at the site of the vacant former Mangrove Feather factory. more
With summer weather approaching and business returning to normal as the coronavirus pandemic wanes, Lynbrook and East Rockaway officials have given the green light to bringing back outdoor dining. more
At a public hearing Monday night, the Lynbrook village board unanimously agreed to postpone its vote on a 201-unit apartment complex proposed for the site of the former Mangrove Feather factory until its next meeting on June 7. more
The Lynbrook village board unanimously voted on Monday to set May 17 for a public hearing on a 210-unit apartment complex that has been proposed for the site of the vacant Mangrove Feather factory, and to make itself lead agency on the project. more
Citing potential danger to the community, the Lynbrook village board unanimously voted to bar marijuana dispensaries and consumption shops from being built or set up in the village during a public hearing Monday night. more
With a rate hike of as much as 26 percent facing New York American Water customers on May 1, elected officials have sought to save Long Island ratepayers tens of millions of dollars on their bills while creating a path for a public takeover of the water system. more
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