Nassau, Suffolk Lawmakers Say Constituents Want Islanders In The ColiseumLegislators from both Nassau and Suffolk said love for the Islanders crosses both party and county lines.
Some GOP Nassau County Lawmakers Call For Embattled Exec Mangano To ResignThere have been many calls from Democrats for Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano to stop down after his arrest on corruption charges.
Labor Panel Hits Pause On Nassau County Police Body CamerasDuring a 90-day moratorium on the cameras being introduced, the Superior Officers Association and Police Benevolent Association will meet with the Police Department to discuss the issue.
Nassau County Executive Seeks $225M For Biotech Park at Coliseum SiteMangano said the project would be an economic engine that would attract new green business and bring jobs.
Mangano Proposes Another Property Tax Hike For Nassau CountyLegislative Minority Leader Kevan Abrahams taxes seem to increase every year and it's causing young people to leave Long Island because it's too expensive.
Long Islanders Push For Extension Of State Rent Regulation LawsRent regulation is not just a New York City issue, said Nassau County Legislator Kevan Abrahams.
Nassau County Officials Call For Reversal Of Police Precinct MergersThere are now calls to undo the four police precinct mergers that have been completed in Nassau County.
Voters Head To The Polls For Long Island Primaries Four candidates are competing for the chance to replace longtime Rep. Carolyn McCarthy in Nassau County while two Republicans face off in Suffolk County.
Nassau County Lawmakers Vote Unanimously To End 3-Year Wage FreezeThe move granted approval for contracts that reinstate cost-of-living wages in exchange for union givebacks. Nassau's fiscal control board - known as NIFA - must still approve the deal.
Kevan Abrahams Jumps Into Race For Long Island U.S. House SeatThe 39-year-old Democrat is running for the seat currently held by Democratic Rep. Carolyn McCarthy, who is retiring.
Union Leader: Approval Of New Nassau Coliseum Proposal Means 'Jobs, Jobs, Jobs'Local officials touted Monday's unanimous vote to approve the $229 million redevelopment of Nassau Coliseum and its surrounding property.
Nassau Minority Leader Blasts Mangano Police Closure PlanUnder a new plan announced by Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano on Monday, four of the county's eight police precincts would close and be turned into community policing centers to save money.

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