But the proposed plan also could be a boon to the Long Island Rail Road, by sending thousands of riders onto trains, project officials said.
The bill, which must still be approved by the House, would pay living expenses for those in South Shore floodplains who want to elevate their homes as part of the FIMP program.2m read
Legis. Nick Caracappa announced he would consult an "expert team" after Newsday asked about the money being funneled through a political action committee.2m read
The judge said George Wallis' free-speech rights were violated by Port Jefferson village officials, who said they are "disappointed" with the decision and plan to appeal.1m read
One person has been suspended without pay following an investigation about calls regarding the May 2020 gathering being "dismissed." The town supervisor said more information could be publicly disclosed "over the next few months."2m read