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Wednesday, July 30, 2014
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Hurricane Sandy took many things with her — but the hard-hit community of Bay Park will soon have a new playground to replace the one the storm destroyed at its civic association headquarters … more
Promising to save taxpayers $233 million over the next 20 years, Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano announced a partnership with United Water on Monday to manage and operate the county’s three … more
As many South Shore residents continue to pick up the pieces 19 months after Superstorm Sandy, county officials announced a bipartisan agreement to borrow $14.4 million to re-establish the Clean and Seed program. more
As many South Shore residents continue to pick up the pieces 19 months after Superstorm Sandy, county officials announced a bipartisan agreement to approve $14.4 million in borrowing to re-establish its Clean and Seed program. more
Protecting the coastline, storm water management, the ability to respond quickly and efficiently in an emergency, stimulating the local economy and … more
A team of six Herald editors and reporters –– Scott Brinton, Jeff Bessen, Alex Costello, Mary Malloy, Anthony Rifilato and Alexandra Spychalsky –– have taken second place for Community … more
U.S. Senators Charles E. Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand announced $12,171,897 in federal funding for Nassau County for Sandy-related debris removal at seven local-government owned waterways. Funding … more
Rebuild By Design, an initiative created in 2012 by President Obama and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, has selected 10 teams to … more
At last week’s third public forum on post-Hurricane Sandy reconstruction, residents of Bay Park and East Rockaway finally got to see a breakdown of where $6.5 million that was allocated for … more
In the wake of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s announcement last Saturday that the Bay Park Sewage Treatment Plant will see at least $730 million in upgrades thanks to funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the state government, residents are now hopeful that they will soon be rid of the loud, annoying noise of generators and the overpowering smell of sewage at Nassau County’s largest waste facility. more
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