Wednesday, July 23, 2014
If you haven't heard former Secretary of State, U.S. Senator, and First Lady, Hillary Clinton will be coming to Long Island to promote her new book Hard Choices.
In response to the New York Times’ front page report about the political pressuring of the Moreland Commission — that Kathleen Rice co-chaired, GOP pounced.
Tue, Jun 24, 2014
Local voters took to the polls this Tuesday, June 24, 2014 to vote in several primaries. LIPolitics.com has kept its eye on four exciting congressional primary races taking place — one in Suffolk, two in Nassau, and a fourth spanning both counties. Here are the results.
Over the weekend, Peter King made the time to appear on MSNBC to criticize President Obama for not showing more leadership in the wake of the tragic shootdown of MH Flight 17 over Ukraine, and suggested more sanctions on Russia along with the European Union.. But King is also ignoring something in his own backyard.
Legislator Lindsay and Legislator Anker, co-sponsors of the bill, cited the fact that Suffolk County is the only County out of 62 in New York State with an independently elected Treasurer and Comptroller.
FIMP is a taxpayer-funded project planned to create long-term solutions for hurricane and storm damage in order to protect homes and businesses within an 83-mile floodplain of ocean and bay shorelines from Fire Island Inlet to Montauk Point.
Congressman Steve Israel (NY-3) kicks off his campaign and celebrates the grand opening of his new headquarters THIS SATURDAY, July 26 from 10am – 11:30am. View Larger Map The office is located at 617 Jericho Turnpike, Syosset – in the Syosset Plaza Shopping Center. Breakfast will be provided. For more information, check out the invite […]
New York Congressional Candidate Takes Second Step In NRCC’s ‘Young Guns’ Program
Property owners around the state are casting wary glances at neighborhood cell towers, antennas and other installations that emit electromagnetic frequencies, or EMF.
The illegal dumping of thousands of pounds of toxic materials in a playground and other sites in Brentwood, Central Islip and other locations has thrown a local boys football team for a loss of yardage – a temporary one, team members hope.
Mon, Jul 21, 2014
Stephen Labate is withdrawing from the Republican race to unseat Congressman Steve Israel in New York’s Third Congressional District.
Sun, Jul 20, 2014
Lee Zeldin Analyzes Problems in Iraq. Tim Bishop Calls Palin call for impeachement and Boehner’s lawsuit “disgraceful.”
Fri, Jul 18, 2014
Residents and community advocates held a community forum on Thursday to discuss the need for language assistance services in Nassau County, what languages services should be provided by the county, and the status of implementation at county agencies. Nearly one year ago, Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano signed two executive orders to ensure translation and […]
Fri, Jul 18, 2014
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is spending $237.5 million — including almost $40 million in money intended for Hurricane Sandy victims — to run false television advertising, telling voters here and nationally that everything is coming up roses in New York under his administration, the campaign of New York gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino today said
Nassau County BOE has submitted their certified election results to the NY BOE. The final vote count from all three counties is Lally: 3,439, Labate: 3,428 giving Grant Lally the Republican Nomination with 11 votes. According to Newsday, Stephan Labate will seek a recount.
Suffolk County Legislators Bill Lindsay III and Sarah Anker will join Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone to sign legislation to give voters a choice in November to merge the Treasurer’s Office and the Suffolk County Comptroller’s Office. Suffolk County is the only county out of 62 in New York State to have both an elected Comptroller and a Treasurer.
This summer we have an action packed line up. With a combination of quality entertainment and fun activities for the whole family, we look forward to seeing you out and about.
According to County Executive Mangano, “New York State has recognized Nassau County as being in the forefront of improving outcomes for children in the child welfare system. Since receiving one of the first statewide grants in 2010 to study the racial and cultural imbalances in the juvenile justice and child welfare systems, the State has recognized Nassau for implementing an innovative and multi-faceted approach to improving outcomes for all children.”