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The installation of synthetic-turf fields at Greis Park, costing $1.3 million and measuring nearly 122,000 square feet in total, is set to begin in March, and will usher in the start of a major renovation of the park. more
The East Rockaway School District has joined a partnership with Rockville Centre and several other districts in Northwell Health’s new Behavioral Health Center. The facility helps students find care for any crises they may be facing.  more
In the aftermath of a controversial gas moratorium that impacted new businesses and residents from receiving natural-gas hookups from National Grid, the utility is reimbursing its customers who were impacted. more
The Public Service Commission recently announced that it had decided to defer a 27 percent rate hike for New York American Water customers in the Lynbrook service area in April and opted for a 6 percent increase, or $2.01 a month. more
The Lynbrook village board discussed and  ultimately rejected  a 10 percent increase to membership fees for the Village Pool for 2020 at its Feb. 3 meeting. more
One 2020 Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce honoree is an educator. Another is the coordinator of a nonprofit charity. One is a health care provider. And another is a community leader. Together they have contributed in countless ways to the village, chamber officials said. more
On Jan. 27, the Nassau County Legislature tooks steps towad finalizing an agreement with the Long Island Power Authority and PSEG Long Island to spend $30 million on a power line that will stretch from the E.F. Barrett Generation Station in Island Park to the Bay Park Water Reclamation Facility. more
Dozens of residents embraced the mystery in life when they attended the Historical Society of East Rockaway and Lynbrook’s 16th annual Winter Tea event, which had a Nancy Drew theme. more
New York American Water customers in the Lynbrook service area are likely to face a double-digit rate hike in April, but the utility is working with state officials to spread the impact over three years. more
Ryan LaBarbera said he was fed up with the leaky roofs, crater-filled platforms and dilapidated waiting rooms at the Lynbrook Long Island Rail Road station, and that he was initially thrilled to hear about a $17.9 million upgrade of it. more
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