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Election Day is Here!

Posted on 04 November 2014 by admin

Don’t forget to visit your polling station today to cast your ballot, before it closing time. The influence your community commands in the halls of power depends on the number of voters it gets out on Election Day.  The number of voters a community gets out to vote on Election Day matters more that the plurality the successful candidate gets over his opponent. While voting for any one of the candidates on the ballot is very important, a blank ballot can enhance the political influence of . >>> READ MORE ...

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Many in Sea Gate, Coney Island Haven’t Seen Much Progress Since Sandy

Posted on 23 October 2014 by Josh Green

By: Jeanine Ramirez As we hit the two-year mark since Hurricane Sandy, NY1 is taking a look at some of the most devastated residential areas of the city. NY1’s Jeanine Ramirez revisits Sea Gate and Coney Island, where many haven’t seen much progress since the storm. A fire hydrant sits in the middle of the sand in Sea Gate after the street was washed away by Hurricane Sandy. Buried in the sand are fragments of a house. The storm did tremendous damage to the home. Now that it’ . >>> READ MORE ...

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Two Years Later: Cuomo Announces $2.8M Sandy Relief Fund in Sea Gate

Posted on 14 September 2014 by Josh Fallik

Governor Cuomo’s grant intends to rebuild sea walls By Nicole Puglise | 09/12/14 1:27pm Read more at [caption id="attachment_1136" align="alignleft" width="300"] Coney Island, located to the east of Sea Gate, just after Hurricane Sandy (Emily Anne Epstein)[/caption] Almost two years after the devastation of Superstorm Sandy, Brooklyn’s southern coastal communities continue to rebuild. Coinciding with the upcoming anniversary, Governor Cuomo announced today that a project to . >>> READ MORE ...

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