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Village of Floral Park officials filed a lawsuit on Sept. 9 in the state Supreme Court against various state agencies and New York Arena Partners in a bid to stop the Belmont Park Redevelopment Project. more
The 99 Cent Time at the intersection of Elmont and Cromer Roads suffered from fire damage to the basement and first floor on Sept. 14, after a fire broke out in the store. According to Fire Chief … more
Water companies throughout Long Island are disputing a report ranking the cost of water, saying that the Farmingdale-based Citizens Campaign for the Environment didn’t account for all of the … more
Tulip Caterers will stick around for the foreseeable future after the town Board of Appeals unanimously denied the necessary variances to build a 7-Eleven at the site. The board’s April decision … more
Construction on a new arena and retail center will begin soon, after the state Franchise Oversight Board granted the project its final approval on Aug. 13. At its meeting, the board — which … more
Town of Hempstead Receiver of Taxes Don Clavin called on County Comptroller Jack Schnirman to resign on Tuesday amid an investigation into a “payout scandal” in Long Beach that Clavin … more
The Belmont Park Community Coalition is preparing to sue Empire State Development after the state agency approved the Belmont Arena project on Aug. 8. According to Tammie Williams, a civic group … more
The state Franchise Oversight Board today approved its lease agreement with Empire State Development for the construction of a hockey arena at Belmont Park. The plans include a 19,000-seat arena for the New York … more
The Empire State Development board today approved the state’s Environmental Quality Review Act and Urban Development Corporation Act findings, bringing the Belmont arena project one step closer to … more
As the Hempstead Town Board prepared to set a date for a public hearing on whether to designate a Franklin Square movie theater as a historic landmark, local activists gathered at the Franklin Square Library on July 30 to offer support for the application. more
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