Tag: Steve Bellone
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.
The outcome of this hotly contested race could send ripples through the Democratic Party on Long Island and beyond because it threatens the control of its traditional leadership.
Long Island needs fiscal help addressing its water quality crisis, and it’s time both Nassau and Suffolk pushed hard together for action.
“The best thing that we can do is address the main source of the problem, which is our nitrogen.”
At least Suffolk policy-makers talk about land-use issues--Nassau officials toss tax breaks at political insiders and hope for the best.
Who’s to blame for the rise of the Agenda 21 conspiracy and widespread fear of sustainability and smart growth? The planners themselves, the developers and the local governments that oversee land usage.
Detectives are looking for the anonymous letter writer that told a black family to move from the white community.
John Tsunis is also CEO of Long Island Hotels and an attorney at Islandia law firm Tsunis Gasparis Lustig Ring & Kenney.