Bipartisan agreements may improve Elmont’s quality of life

As of October 30, 2014 – the following agreements have been made by Republican and Democratic leadership in Nassau – to improve quality of life for taxpayers: * Creation of a new Felon Registry for Gun Crimes that requires all felons that are convicted of a gun crime, and those convicted of criminal possession ofContinue reading “Bipartisan agreements may improve Elmont’s quality of life”

3 Propositions for New York State

The Editorial Board, Newsday: Long Island voters will decide on several ballot propositions in addition to the top-ticket races this upcoming election. Here are Newsday’s recommendations. State Proposition: Reject NY State proposal on redistricting New York has an awful method of drawing electoral maps. The once-a-decade process often produces twisted political boundaries for Assembly, SenateContinue reading “3 Propositions for New York State”

Fares creep up to $2.50, N6X college bus service returns

Fare Increase Effective September 1, 2014 cash fares will increase from $2.25 to $2.50 for regular riders of the NICE bus system. Senior fare, for those 65 and older, is $1.10 – while Student fare (with a Student pass) will be $2.10. We shared a few months ago that “a handful of people raised concernsContinue reading “Fares creep up to $2.50, N6X college bus service returns”