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Petitions for elected office in the villages of East Rockaway and Lynbrook were due Tuesday, Feb. 14 by 5 p.m., after the Herald went to press. A story identifying the candidates will appear in the Feb. 23 edition of the Herald. Check the Herald’s website, LIHerald.com, for more information. more
It’s a vital component of the property tax system, yet for the third straight year, Nassau County won’t be conducting a tax assessment of homes and businesses. more
Should government representatives be elected by the voters they serve, or selected by government officials? more
Albany politics can be overwhelming to a newcomer, but newly elected State Sen. Patricia Canzoneri-Fitzpatrick is focusing on what comes naturally to her — local government and getting to know people. more
Not even retirement can slow down Peter King. After 28 years in the U.S. House — including a two-year stint as chair of the House Homeland Security Committee — as well as more than two decades serving on both the Hempstead town council and as Nassau County comptroller, King finds himself busier than ever. more
People have left New York in droves this past decade, and Brian Curran is ready to put that trend at an end. more
Voters talked, but at least according to them, a committee tasked with drawing new boundaries for Hempstead town elected officials didn’t listen. At least that was the takeaway during the latest … more
Chuck Schumer has three goals for the new year: improve mass transit, ensure water and air quality are safe, and promote high technology on Long Island. The New York Democrat who maintained his … more
MaryAnn and Nanci Grasso’s business danced into the heart of Lynbrook. more
Dozens of neighbors rallied outside of Hempstead Town Hall last week demanding transparency, fair representation and free speech in the efforts to draw new lines for six town districts. Those who … more
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