Residents in one Suffolk County community want squatters gone. Neighbors say the town of Selden or the police should take action, but their hands may be tied.
McDonald’s has long prided itself on its ability to make customers say “I’m loving it” especially with its new McCafe atmosphere but at one location in Flushing elderly customers are sticking around for hours.
Some residents in North Babylon, Long Island, have been complaining about squatters invading their neighborhoods.
When darkness sets in on Wavecrest Street in New Dorp, people say squatters make their move – crashing empty homes wrecked by the hurricane.
One person was rescued from inside the home on Reock Street, an area where there are a lot of abandoned buildings.
Long Island is getting a big boost to help the housing market. On Thursday, governments received an additional $5 million to buy and rehabilitate vacant, foreclosed homes and fight off neighborhood blight.