Heartbreaking to hear news of two brave NYPD officers killed in a vicious and wanton attack in Brooklyn. We offer peace and condolences to the families, fellow officers and to the Bedford-Stuyvesant community. We collectively mourn loss of dear life. #HigherHeights
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Goodbye, School Zone Speed Cameras
Source: Paul Larocco & Laura Figueroa, Newsday The Nassau County Legislature last night repealed the county’s controversial speed camera program, as it resisted a late push by the camera vendor to merely suspend it. County Executive Edward Mangano said last night he will sign the repeal bill and cameras will be off effective Tuesday. TicketsContinue reading “Goodbye, School Zone Speed Cameras”
Bye-Bye, Speed Cameras?
Source: Long Island Herald Nassau County lawmakers will propose legislation calling for the removal of school speed zone cameras, Presiding Officer Norma Gonsalves said, days after County Executive Ed Mangano drastically shortened the hours in which the cameras are in effect. The cameras, which first went into operation in speed zones outside certain schools beginningContinue reading “Bye-Bye, Speed Cameras?”
Review: We Met the Candidates
The Excelsior was in attendance this past Monday, together with an audience of residents, who came to hear the candidates for elected office share their views regarding Elmont, Nassau County and the State of New York. The non-partisan event was sponsored by the Elmont Community Coalition Council (CCC) and featured candidates for State Assembly, Senate, Nassau CountyContinue reading “Review: We Met the Candidates”
Meet the Candidates Night, 7 p.m.
The Elmont Community Coalition Council invites you to “Meet the Candidates” night at Elmont Public Library (7 p.m.). The Elmont Community Coalition Council is a band of local civic associations, or volunteer groups in the Elmont area, including: Argo, East End, Parkhurst and Tudor Manor Civic Associations. A Note from the Organizers: This November, weContinue reading “Meet the Candidates Night, 7 p.m.”