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The Brightwaters Village Board passed laws to levy fines on anyone who cuts down trees or shrubbery on village rights-of-way, and to limit use of nonvegetative or nonimpervious surfaces in residents’ backyards.
The board voted unanimously to adopt the two laws at its monthly meeting Monday.
Fines for cutting down trees and shrubbery on village rights-of-way or public spaces will start...Read more »
Residents served by the Roslyn Water District packed the East Hills village theater Tuesday night for an informational meeting at which district officials presented their plans to address contamination at a well in Roslyn Estates.
The well on Diana’s Trail, one of eight well sites within the district, was shut down in November after water from the well began showing increasing levels of Freon-22,...Read more »
Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray is expected to officiate when seven couples residing at the Bristal Assisted Living Communities in East Meadow and married nearly six decades renew wedding vows Friday. The Valentine’s Day ceremonies are scheduled to take place between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
“Valentine’s Day is special to all Long Islanders, and I can think of no better way to celebrate love...Read more »
Meeting on DEC cleanup at Superfund site
The state Department of Environmental Conservation has scheduled a second meeting to hear public comments about a proposed $5.5 million amended remedy to address contamination at the Powers Chemco site under the state’s Superfund Program.
The meeting has been set for Feb. 13 at 7 p.m. at Glen Cove City Hall.
The agency will accept written...Read more »
A community meeting planned for Thursday aimed at discussing a study to create a management plan to further protect and enhance the Crab Meadow watershed area and Long Island Sound has been postponed. The new meeting date is Wednesday, Feb. 26, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Northport Public Library on Laurel Avenue in Northport.
The meeting is to serve as a starting point to inform the community...Read more »