Long read — but also a must read! Written by Crystal Berger Intersection: A Tale of Two Towns As I reflect on my first two weeks in my new (temporary!) home, it has become abundantly clear that one thing is missing – all of you. Over the past few months, it has been my mostContinue reading “Intersection: A Tale of Two Towns”
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A Message from Elmont Online: What Is the American Dream?
Source: Elmont Online When families move to Elmont, many move with the American Dream in mind. They move to live in fully detached houses with a one or two car garage, 2.5 children, a dog and a white picket fence. It appears to the recently gerrymandered community of Elmont that local politicians and some misguidedContinue reading “A Message from Elmont Online: What Is the American Dream?”
What Will Elmont Look Like in 2 or 3 Years?
In a recent newsletter cycle, Town of Hempstead elected officials unveiled new plans to improve the look and functionality of parts of Elmont, including upgrades to its main roads and parks. The capital projects are the latest efforts by the Town to make Elmont look better and work better for all. We’re curious to seeContinue reading “What Will Elmont Look Like in 2 or 3 Years?”
What If We Get A Soccer Stadium?
What is Elmont Town Crossings? On January 11th, 2013 a formal proposal was delivered for “Elmont Town Crossings” to the Empire State Development Corporation. There are three other proposals in consideration for the development site. Elmont Town Crossings is an economic development plan offered by the New York Cosmos soccer club to dramatically redevelop twoContinue reading “What If We Get A Soccer Stadium?”
A Traveler’s Journey Along the Queens-Nassau Borderline
[History: Part 3, via Forgotten New York] There are not one, but two signs welcoming motorists to Nassau County as the border is crossed east of the Cross Island Parkway. There are, of course, no such signs welcoming visitors to New York City or Queens as you are going west. Just past theContinue reading “A Traveler’s Journey Along the Queens-Nassau Borderline”