Nassau keeping quiet as to where, when new School-zone speed cameras will be in operation

  [Via Newsday] Nassau County’s Traffic and Parking Violations Agency no longer will disclose when new speed cameras come online or how many devices are operating at any given time, and instead has issued a list of 77 school zones where the cameras potentially can operate. Since the program began Sept. 2, Nassau has providedContinue reading “Nassau keeping quiet as to where, when new School-zone speed cameras will be in operation”

Elmont with one of the highest percentages of Haitian ancestry, research shows

In a recent Facebook post¬†we highlighted diversity within the Elmont community. Among the many countries represented here in this multicultural hamlet, the Haitian cohort has secured a strong foothold in the Elmont community, which is comparable to some of the highest representations of the ethnic group in the region. According to research, Elmont ¬†specifically hasContinue reading “Elmont with one of the highest percentages of Haitian ancestry, research shows”

Nassau now with red-light, speed cameras

[Via Newsday] School speed cameras showed up before we were ready. And that meant we didn’t have many answers when readers began to ask questions after reporter Laura Figueroa’s July 26 story, which revealed that three speed cameras are already at work in Nassau. We did know this much: The state law that authorized theContinue reading “Nassau now with red-light, speed cameras”