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Friday, December 19, 2014
Business
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When you’re the spouse of a police officer, you have to deal with the daily reality that someone, somewhere, may turn violent when confronted by your loved one. And if that’s not enough disrespect, you now also have to read and hear the hate-spewed messages that appear to be aimed at every police officer due to the Ferguson and Eric Garner cases. How does a police officer’s spouse cope? more
Its boxy base is made of metal, and otherwise unremarkable. It’s got a long antenna, protruding about 11 feet into the air, topped by a microphone. It’s not a piece of art, by a long shot, or remotely pleasing to look at. more
The Town of Hempstead Board of Appeals adjourned a hearing on Dec. 10 for a proposed Taco Bell on 1939 Hempstead Turnpike at the request of residents, to allow them to arrange a community meeting with the restaurant’s attorneys to express their concerns. more
Mixing and mingling for a good cause: Lynbrook Mayor William Hendrick, along with Assemblyman Brian Curran and Chamber President Denise Rogers all had a great time guest bartending at P12 on Dec. 10 … more
Metered and overnight parking regulations in Valley Stream’s business district are no longer in effect, village officials announced last week. The restriction prohibiting parking on village … more
Negotiations between the city and Long Beach Professional Firefighters Local 287 broke down on Tuesday, after the union rejected an offer that city officials said would have temporarily avoided the … more
The Long Beach City Council is opposing a company’s plan to build “Port Ambrose,” a liquefied natural gas terminal in the Atlantic Ocean 19 miles southeast of Jones Beach, citing environmental … more
Much-anticipated renovations at the Laurel Luncheonette & Diner, one of Long Beach’s longest surviving businesses, are scheduled to start later this month. The diner, at 300 W. Park Ave., … more
Now that the West Hempstead Board of Education has voted to give West Hempstead’s resident veterans a school tax exemption, how do our veterans go about taking advantage of this benefit? more
Years ago, Dorothy Goosby, councilwoman for Lakeview and other areas of the Town of Hempstead, was looking for a way to get people more engaged with local government. She wanted to find a way to encourage her constituents and more freely express their opinions and needs. more
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