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The Valley Stream Board of Zoning Appeals failed on July 16 to gain a supermajority vote needed to approve an 18-unit apartment complex at the intersection of Roosevelt Avenue and Cochran Place, and overturn a decision by the Nassau County Planning Commission last month rejecting the proposal. more
More than 20 children and their parents gathered at the Henry Waldinger Memorial Library Children’s Room on July 20 to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Apollo 11 landing on the moon. more
A handful of drag queens brought the glamour to Valley Stream on July 13, performing at Sip This on Rockaway Avenue for the second time ever. more
For the first time this summer, Valley Streamers can enjoy a farmers’ market in their own neighborhood. Sponsored by The Growers Market, LLC, the farmers’ market opened at the Arthur J. … more
A lack of communication coupled with a longer-than-average billing period contributed to the shock that New York American Water customers had when they opened their bills last year, according to an audit that the state Public Service Commission accepted on July 11. more
After the Nassau County Planning Commission rejected a proposal to build a three-story, 18-unit apartment complex at the intersection of Roosevelt Avenue and Cochran Place, the Valley Stream Board of Zoning Appeals held a public hearing on July 2 to determine if it should override that decision, which would have required a supermajority, or four out of the five members, to vote in favor of the proposal. more
Hannah Sullivan was taking out her garbage on June 18 when she found a rat lying in the pail. A few days before that, she said, she found another one dead in her backyard on Foster Avenue. more
When village officials first brought up the idea of having a farmers’ market in Valley Stream a few months ago, Assistant Recreation Superintendent Mike Pellegrino decided to be proactive and call Rockville Centre officials about their market. That was how he found out about the Long Island Growers Market, LLC. more
Eighteen Baldwin High School art students spent months painting and photographing murals to calm patients at Long Island Jewish Valley Stream, and on May 28, the students unveiled their work to the hospital’s staff. more
In his free time, Mike Stanko likes to paint Valley Stream scenes. So when Rochester-based CGI Communications reached out to Valley Stream Chamber of Commerce members and village employees about refreshing the banners on Rockaway Avenue, they agreed that any new banner should feature Stanko’s work. more
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