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Thursday 12/08/2016
Real Estate Watch: Education a key to representation
Posted: December 08, 2016

I had been in Atlantic City this week, but not to gamble. Instead, attended our Triple Play Realtors Conference.   

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NHP to gov: extend 3rd track comment period
Posted: December 08, 2016

New Hyde Park village officials want more time for the public to comment on the environmental study of the Long Island Rail Road’s proposed third track project.

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Herricks voters OK $28.3 million for building projects
Updated: December 08, 2016 - 9:50 am

Herricks school district voters on Tuesday approved most of the spending for a $29.5 million package of building projects that district officials say will transform Herricks schools.

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New contract deal up to Mineola teachers union
Posted: December 08, 2016

The Mineola school board has accepted a deal for a new contract with its teachers and is waiting to learn whether their union, the Mineola Teachers Association, will accept it.

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Attack on NHP woman prompts outrage
Posted: December 08, 2016

A racist attack on a New Hyde Park woman last week in the name of Republican President-elect Donald Trump has prompted widespread outrage and calls for unity amid a recent spike in hate crimes.

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Kenneth Borchers seeks 4th term on GCP board
Posted: December 08, 2016

Kenneth Borchers had been a Garden City Park firefighter for more than two decades before he first won his seat on the Board of Commissioners for the Garden City Park Fire and Water Districts in 2007, he said.

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Town eyes seizure of Roslyn Country Club
Posted: December 08, 2016

The Town of North Hempstead has taken the first step toward seizure of the Roslyn Country Club to permit the renovation of a pool and park facility for public use by hiring a firm to do an appraisal of the property, Town Councilman Peter Zuckerman said last Friday.

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