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Zeldin to FAA: ‘Listen up – It’s the law’

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Rep. Lee Zeldin renews demand for FAA to comply with his legislation requiring a public hearing on the North Shore Helicopter Route and urges residents to submit their comments to the FAA online.

School board members must put aside personal agendas and work with our superintendent

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Personal agendas are getting in the way of good policy decisions for the children of our school district.

Is our supervisor ‘qualified and eligible’?

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Apparently, despite our (retired nurse) supervisor’s ongoing attempts to force a decision that Triple Five is not qualified and eligible to redevelop EPCAL, the...

New security system at the high school: ‘wasteful, draconian and suspicious’

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Opinion: A Riverhead High School senior questions the motives for the new automated security screening and attendance system, which he says is obtrusive and doesn't work very well. Column by Quint Nigro

Former trustee: ‘Completely dysfunctional’ school board puts personal agendas over students and taxpayers

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Opinion column: Former board member Amelia Lantz takes school board members to task for not being straight with the public on the issue of school security and more.

Zeldin: Long Islanders see opportunity in surging economy

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"Our economy is strong and growing stronger with an economic environment spurring considerable job growth and desperately needed opportunities for American workers."

Beware bait-and-switch economics

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Federal tax cuts for corporations and the wealthiest Americans added $2 trillion to the national debt. It's classic bait and switch: talk about improving today’s economy at the expense of tomorrow—then move to cut social security and Medicare benefits to reduce the exploding deficit that results, after election day.

Rep. Lee Zeldin: Economic resurgence shows U.S. is on the right path

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Opinion column by NY-01 Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-Shirley): The strong economy is improving the quality of life for Long Island residents.

EPCAL, ethics and hidden agendas: Riverhead must move on

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Triple Five chairman Nader Ghermezien keeps telling us he’s doing us a big favor by coming here. What's really the substance of the company's vaguely stated plans?

Thiele: State’s efforts to relieve impacts of SALT cap will prove futile

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In December 2017, the U.S. Congress enacted a new federal tax bill that placed a $10,000 cap on SALT (State And Local Tax) deductions....
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