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Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Business
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Brooklyn real estate developer Bruce Ratner submitted his blueprint for the redevelopment of Nassau Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum, and the surrounding area, to Town of Hempstead officials on April … more
Purchasing a home is one of the most important decisions in a person’s life — and deciding on a particular house comes with many options. Buyers in … more
It’s been over five months since the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced that Environmental Sciences Associates was awarded an $8 million contract to conduct a Federal Part 150 study to study aircraft noise patterns and evaluate the potential to reduce noise exposure in the vicinity of John F. Kennedy International and LaGuardia airports. That’s a fact. more
There’s a subtle transformation going on in West Hempstead’s business district — a slow, understated change that is surprising even the most vigilant neighborhood watchers: New businesses are slowly coming back to the hamlet. more
LIRR is operating on or close to schedule systemwide. Earlier this evening, service was temporarily suspended more
If a passerby wasn’t looking for the magnificent, soaring, stained-glass windows that adorn Eitz Chayim of Dogwood Park, they would never know they’re there. Most of the windows are partially or completely hidden from street view. more
Nearly two and a half years after Hurricane Sandy devastated the homes and lives of New York and New Jersey residents, Race2Rebuild’s next Run, Ride, Rebuild event will be held on Saturday, April … more
It’s no secret that several unincorporated parts of the Town of Hempstead have more than their fair share of illegal rentals. The lack of legal apartments in the area is partially to blame, as are the high rental costs of those available. Past town solutions never seemed to make a meaningful dent in the problem, and allows landlords to continue renting parts of their homes without regards to fire safety and other important housing concerns. more
Facing pressure from state and local officials, New York Rising announced a major policy change on Thursday to part of its reimbursement formula that officials say has stalled the rebuilding process … more
Shortly after Fred Senti, 28, a chief with the Lakeview Fire Department, got engaged, he was looking to rent an apartment with his fiancée for $2,000 a month when he was advised otherwise. “My friend told me, ‘You’re going to be paying someone else’s mortgage; why not pay your own mortgage?’” he recalled. Luckily, Senti had enough money to make a down payment, and became a proud owner of his own home. more
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