Tag: Long Island Rail Road
The very same people who were in their thirties and forties, and opposed every single effort that I made to get rental housing available for the singles and the elderly are now 50, and all of a sudden a condominium sounds like a great idea.
Although the Long Island Rail Road is still facing serious funding issues, here's some bright news for LIRR commuters.
Not all villages are created equal--and that must be considered when officials propose new downtown development.
Let’s be realistic about our expectations.
The North Fork village knows the value of transit-oriented development arguably as well as any community on LI.
What to expect, including details on the route, new floats, viewing areas and how to get a good spot.
Victim Patricia Ward was longtime Farmingdale State College professor.