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Long Island Summer Camp Trains Teens To Become Next Generation Of Volunteer Firefighters

CBS Sports 29 Jul 2021
Nassau County officials said dwindling numbers is a serious problem. “Recruitment is a real challenge ... There’s lots of things taking them in other directions, but we rely on the volunteer fire service and we need to keep recruiting,” said Nassau County Executive Laura Curran.
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Ashford Hospitality Trust Announces Preliminary Second Quarter 2021 Results

Killeen Daily Herald 26 Jul 2021
We use certain non-GAAP measures, in addition to the required GAAP presentations, as we believe these measures improve the understanding of our operational results and make comparisons of operating results among peer real estate investment trusts more meaningful ... Nassau Cty.) ... Depreciation and amortization on real estate ... Nassau Cty.).
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Editorial Roundup: New York

The Daily Star 21 Jul 2021
Adopting some aspects of the pandemic response to quell violence makes sense — such as collecting and using real-time data to target resources, flooding trouble spots with money and attention, and signaling urgency to the public ... Nassau’s property tax system is a mess ... In the meantime, Nassau’s leaders must do the best they can.
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Assessment mess a statewide issue

Newsday 20 Jul 2021
Convoluted state laws governing Nassau County property taxes require the assessment efforts of its county executives to be graded on a curve ... Laura Curran took over in 2018 promising an accurate and defensible roll, produced one, then was battered by a crushing pandemic and a real estate market appreciating at breakneck speed.
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Nassau works to protect seniors from extreme heat

LI Herald 16 Jul 2021
Whether that's at home or at cooling centers, the danger of heat-related illnesses is a very real concern as climate change continues to cause hotter summers.” ... State Senator Todd Kaminsky emphasized the real-world impact of rising temperatures on Nassau County residents.
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Opioid lawsuit is first sign of accountability

LI Herald 15 Jul 2021
Nassau County is paying a painful price to heal the damage caused by the opioid epidemic.” ... Nassau County has established a revenue fund to help end opioid abuse, officials announced last week. The Special Revenue Fund will bring Nassau County “one step closer to ending ...
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County opioid lawsuit: ‘the first signs of real accountability’

LI Herald 15 Jul 2021
Nassau County has established a revenue fund to help end opioid abuse, officials announced last week. The Special Revenue Fund will bring Nassau County “one step closer to ending the heroin and opioid abuse epidemic,” County Legislator Rose Marie Walker, who chairs the Legislature’s Health Committee, said in a press release.
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Cyclist raise $17,000 for kids in need through Kiwanis club

LI Herald 08 Jul 2021
June 27 marked the 25th anniversary of the Nassau Bicycle Challenge, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of the North Shore ... “A real spirit of camaraderie was present.”. Previously named the Nassau to Suffolk Bicycle Challenge, the new route ran through Nassau communities ...
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Cyclists raise $17,000 for kids in need through Kiwanis Club

LI Herald 08 Jul 2021
June 27 marked the 25th anniversary of the Nassau Bicycle Challenge, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of the North Shore ... “A real spirit of camaraderie was present.”. Previously named the Nassau to Suffolk Bicycle Challenge, the new route ran through Nassau communities ...
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Nassau County investors acquire two apartment buildings

Business Journal 02 Jul 2021
High-value real estate brings Nassau County investors to Buffalo ... .
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Federal cash needs big plans

Newsday 24 Jun 2021
Last year, as COVID-19 ravaged Long Island, Nassau and Suffolk reaped good news ... Now both counties project surpluses for the next several years, much of it thanks to Suffolk’s $285 million and Nassau’s $398 million from the rescue plan along with booming sales taxes and real estate fees.
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Long Island home prices jump as inventory drops

LI Herald 24 Jun 2021
The real estate boom that began during the coronavirus pandemic last year has continued to sizzle this year ... “Why is demand so high for houses on Long Island, specifically Nassau County?” said Gil Shemtov, a 10-year veteran of the real estate industry and an agent for Douglas Elliman in Long Beach.
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Thank you, Five Towns

LI Herald 24 Jun 2021
If you would have asked me before February 2019 where the Five Towns was, I would’ve thought you were talking about Five Towns College in Dix Hills. Flash forward to nearly two and a half years later and 500 bylines in this paper, I am proud to say that I have gotten to know the real Five Towns by covering it for the Nassau Herald ... .
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No sleep till Belmont: Islanders' new home arena on horizon

Auburnpub dot com 06 Jun 2021
New York is playing this NHL postseason in the old barn that housed four Stanley Cup-winning teams during the early 1980s glory days and the new arena is being built to replicate Nassau Coliseum's raucous home-ice advantage ... The Lighthouse Project was aimed at transforming the Coliseum before it was nixed by Nassau County voters in 2011.
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Islanders-Bruins line matchups will be crucial to Monday's Game 5

Newsday 05 Jun 2021
As the Islanders and Bruins shift their battlefield to Boston for Game 5 Monday night, the Bruins have regained home ice advantage in the teams’ best-of-seven, second-round playoff series ... Likewise, the Bruins won at Nassau Coliseum, taking Game 3 there, also in overtime, 2-1. So, is there any real home advantage for either team in the series? ... ....
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