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Unless you’ve been hibernating this summer, you can’t help but see the Army Corps of Engineers working to rehabilitate our jetties along the beach. The federal government is spending several … more
Nonprofit laws needed for politicians To the Editor: A week ago, another elected New York City official was convicted after trial for embezzling government money from a nonprofit organization, … more
A letter to the editor for the week of June 22 — 28 about protecting the legacy of the Davison Boat Yard. more
My children have been fortunate to be educated in the North Bellmore School District at Martin Avenue for a decade. Our teachers have provided a nurturing environment for my children to thrive in. I am also a public school activist and advocate, working with local, statewide, and national organizations to move past harmful corporate reforms that threaten all of our classrooms, schools, and districts. more
A permanent keepsake I read Mary Malloy’s “Pretty in ink” column, in the Dec. 18-24, issue, with unbelievable excitement since I, a mother of two beautiful daughters and seven … more
To the Editor:I just read the article “Hundreds of Long Beach Homes Need to be Rebuilt” (March28-April 3) regarding people raising their homes. The article fails to address one key issue: … more
On behalf of the officers and Board of Directors of the Mill Brook Civic Association, I want to commend Sanitary District No. 1 and its leaders, Irv Kaminitsky and George Pappas, on a job well done after Sandy. more
The Gibson section of Valley Stream passed the recent 1-percent-chance-in-100-years test with Hurricane “Frankenstorm” Sandy and the nor’easter with no flooding and no property damage to my Gibson Boulevard home. more
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