Forecasters said to expect flash-frozen melted snow on roadways to make driving “treacherous.”
The client paid the lawmaker’s former firm a total of $2,342,607 for legal services never provided and expenses never incurred, according to the complaint.
Results of the other 21 Assembly seats on LI were largely predictable.
Announcement comes two months after an Islip lawmaker under the cloud of a toxic dumping scandal dropped out of a state Senate race.
From Sept. 27 to Oct. 31, Long Island will come alive with art, music and performances.