The world is falling apart. Seas are rising, wars are raging and preachers are predicting the end of the world. But perhaps the greatest sign of the apocalypse is the fact that politicians in Albany are getting along and getting things done. In this new spirit of cooperation upstate and even here in Nassau County, there are still hurdles to jump and landmines to avoid. This week’s Off The Reservation examines the proposed 2% property tax cap, the Nassau Hub referendum and the reasons why we have a long way to go with respect to both. CLICK HERE to read the full version at JedMorey.com
Off The Reservation: Whither Reform?
About the Author
Rashed Mian has been covering local news for the Long Island Press since 2011. He graduated from Hofstra University in 2010 where he studied print journalism. Rashed, the staff’s multimedia reporter, covers daily news for the web, shoots/edits feature videos and writes about civil liberties. He loves Afghan food and sports. Rashed is also a caffeine freak. Email: [email protected] Twitter: rashedmian