As of Wednesday morning, Suozzi so far hasn’t said what his plans are for the future. But in his concession speech Tuesday night, there were hints that he wasn’t ready to hang it up just yet.
Edward Mangano declared that Nassau County was “on the right” path for job creation and opportunities for residents, as he trounced his Democratic challenger Tuesday night.
Republican incumbent Edward Mangano and Democratic challenger Tom Suozzi both felt good on their last full day of campaigning Monday.
CBS 2’s Kristine Johnson moderated the debate between incumbent Republican Ed Mangano and Decmoratic challenger Tom Suozzi, who is seeking to get his old job back.
Evidence of Sandy’s wrath still remains in communities across Long Island. Nearly 100,000 buildings were destroyed in the storm, causing more than $8 billion in damage. Parts of the Long Island Rail Road were washed away and permanent repairs won’t be finished for another five years.
Nassau County faces a critical choice this election year.
Democratic Nassau County executive candidate Thomas Suozzi picked up a high-profile endorsement Saturday.
County Executive Ed Mangano said the county-funded program will provide each school five wireless panic alarms.
Thomas Suozzi and Ed Mangano are expected to join labor unions and business groups in support of the ballot referendum called Proposal No. 1.
Fifty-two percent of voters said that they backed Mangano compared to thirty-five percent for Suozzi, according to a Newsday, News 12, and Siena College poll.
In its first analysis of County Executive Ed Mangano’s 2014 budget, the Nassau Interim Finance Authority, or NIFA, is projecting a $122 million budget deficit next year in Nassau County with larger than projected deficits through 2017.
The shutdown, the first since the winter of 1995-96, closed national parks, museums along the Washington Mall and the U.S. Capitol visitors center.
Dozens of police departments as well as state and federal authorities have been hunting for 63-year-old Sang Ho Kim of Queens.
Local officials touted Monday’s unanimous vote to approve the $229 million redevelopment of Nassau Coliseum and its surrounding property.
County legislators will vote on a plan by developer Bruce Ratner to renovate the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum and build a retail and entertainment complex that would include restaurants, an ice rink, a bowling alley and a movie theater.