Tag: Long Island Index
There's an enormous gap between the multifamily housing that currently exists and what the Island will need to accommodate all the people who want to live here in the future.
Among the positive signs the report spotted is the Island’s relatively small but growing biomedical industry.
Sparse turnout is the norm—and Tuesday’s forecast doesn’t promise to reverse that apathetic trend.
The status quo has a lot of staying power, but there have been developments in consolidating Long Island special districts.
It predicts that the Third Track would add 14,000 jobs, $3 billion in personal income, $5.6 billion to our Gross Regional Product, 35,000 new residents, $40 million in additional sales tax revenue and $103 million in added property tax revenue.
“The Long Island Rail Road is one of Long Island’s top assets."