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Thursday, September 18, 2014
Politics
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New York’s governmental leaders took a quick trip to Israel last week to show that the state stands with Israel in its current conflict with Hamas. more
For the second time in a week’s span, Republican congressional candidate Bruce Blakeman on Aug. 6 appeared outside a state courthouse in Mineola to call for Kathleen Rice, the Nassau County district attorney and his Democratic opponent in this fall’s election, to address allegations that political interference undermined the Moreland Commission ... more
Seizing on controversy swirling around the Moreland Commission, a state anti-corruption panel that Nassau District Attorney Kathleen Rice co-chaired, Bruce Blakeman, who is running against her for Congress, called on Rice last Thursday to publicly explain her role at the panel, and to release emails and other documents from her time there. more
The two former primary opponents appeared together at a monthly meeting for local clergy at the Long Island Marriot in Uniondale, where Abrahams announced his endorsement. more
After Danny Ehrick’s home flooded in Hurricane Sandy, the 11-year resident of Freeport immediately cleaned his tools. Ehrick said he knew he would need them to gut the first floor of his canal-front home on Florence Avenue. more
Kathleen Rice and Bruce Blakeman are now gearing for the summer and fall campaign seasons leading into November’s general election ... more
In the villages of Lawrence, Woodsburgh, Hewlett Harbor, Hewlett Bay Park and Hewlett Neck, residents could go to the polls on June 17 to elect and re-elect trustees. This year, there are no challengers for all the two-year terms, except one in Atlantic Beach. more
The Republican-controlled Nassau County Legislature on June 16 approved fee increases for many county services, including parks, museums, pools, golf, marinas and vendor registration. County Executive Ed Mangano, who proposed the fee hikes in May, signed them into law June 19. more
Incumbent Village of Hewlett Harbor Trustee Tom Cohen was running unopposed for his second full two-year term since being appointed to the board in 2009, and was expecting to have no trouble being re-elected on June 17. more
On the morning of June 17, George Pappas felt confident that he would win the election for Village of Atlantic Beach mayor over longtime incumbent Stephen Mahler. more
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