A mixed-use development project for downtown Hempstead, Long Island, was officially deemed a “Project of Regional Significance,” by the Long Island Regional Planning Council, it was announced yesterday.
The redevelopment is a Public-Private Partnership between Renaissance Downtowns-Urban America (RDUA) and the Village of Hempstead set to rise around the Long Island Railroad station and the town’s bus depot.
Renaissance Downtown was recently named the developer in what is slated to be a $2 billion project.
9 a.m. A media forum on green affordable housing will take place at the Offices of Jonathan Rose Companies, 551 Fifth Ave.
10 a.m. A hearing on the motion to vacate the conviction of Carmine Carini will take place at Brooklyn State Supreme Court, 320 Jay St.
11 a.m. Brooklyn Post Office unveils new Black Read More
A Democratic source in Nassau just told me that the local Democrats have settled on North Hempstead Town Clerk Michelle Schimel to replace Tom DiNapoli in the Assembly.
– Azi Paybarah Read More
So that’s where he’s been getting all his great material.
From John Spencer’s acceptance speech moments ago in Hempstead:
Dick Morris gave me good line. You can ask any ten year-old in New York State what Hillary Clinton wants to do, and they’ll tell you she wants to be president. Read More
Last Friday, we solicited your magic eight-ball readings about how the the voting would shake out at the two state conventions starting today in Buffalo and Hempstead. After sifting through the comments and emails (and inevitable campaign season spin), three popular themes seemed to emerge: Faso will win the Republican nomination by a hefty margin, Read More