Long Island Association
In Babylon on Long Island, small shops are feeling the strain from two weeks of lost sales, storm-damaged products and buildings and customers dealing with personal crises and fewer discretionary dollars.
The jobs situation actually is getting better, if you know where to look, reported WCBS 880′s Wayne Cabot.
A few years ago, one man wanted to change Long Island into a state. Another plan called for Long Island to be broken up into three areas. Now, there’s a call to make it one county.
The candidates for Suffolk County Executive met before the Long Island Association Thursday morning for their first debate.
The Long Island Association’s Kevin Law says the deal was made possible with the help of tax credits and grants.
“I am still thinking about it,” was Palin’s response when asked whether or not she’ll seek the presidency in 2012.
The executive director of the Long Island Association said the former Alaska governor has agreed to a one-hour onstage interview at the group’s annual meeting in February.
Long Island Association president Kevin Law says that it’s time the island start acting like the big guy that it is.