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Moustache Brewing Co. Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Posted by JMitty - 4/15/14
 
Riverhead, NY - April 15, 2014 - Riverhead Chamber member, Mustache Brewing Co., will be holding a ribbon cutting ceremony and grand opening on Saturday, April 19th at 1:00 pm. Please join us at their tasting room at 400 Hallet Street in Riverhead to wish them success. Owners Lauri and Matt will be auctioning off the first pint to the highest bidder with the funds going to Kent Animal Shelter located in Calverton. In addition, a representative from BeardBath will be on hand performing a ceremonious shaving of Matt’s rally beard. Matt grew a beard during the construction of the tasting room and now with the completion and opening, the beard is coming off. However, the ... Read More »
“Princesses: Long Island” Likely Cancelled
Posted by JMitty - 4/9/14
 
“Princesses: Long Island,” a reality show on Bravo which debuted last year, has been cancelled.  The show had its fans, but it had a much larger number of detractors who had serious issues with the content.  From the first episode of the first season, “Princesses: Long Island” drew criticism from Long Islanders, who saw it as an inaccurate representation of the lifestyle of the island’s wealthy elite.  Members of the Jewish community on and off Long Island were also offended by the show’s portrayal of Jewish people.  To top it off, there was a scene where one of the cast members disrespected a statue of firefighter Jonathan Lee ... Read More »
SBPLI Announces Winners of Robotics Competition
Posted by JMitty - 4/8/14
 
The 15 th Annual SBPLI Long Island Regional FIRST Robotics Competition just wrapped up at Hofstra University.  The competition took place on March 27 th -29 th , and the winners have just been announced.  Over 2,000 students from 50 different high schools attended, most from the New York and New Jersey area—but some from as far away as Brazil.  The competition awards engineering expertise and creative thinking as well as teamwork. Students who came to compete worked in teams with the help of professional mentors to design and build robots over a six week period.  Each team was given a standardized kit of parts which could be assembled in any manner the teams ... Read More »
LIPA Turnover Costs Will Cost Ratepayers $401M
Posted by JMitty - 4/7/14
 
The Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) was replaced in part because they were costing ratepayers through their inefficient procedures.  Parting ways with LIPA and replacing the company with PSEG will not come cheap though. Long Islandrate payers already will need to pay $263.5 million in costs related to LIPA’s departure.  Now it has just come to light that ratepayers will also need to fund an additional $401 million in future payments relating to pensions and insurance plans for energy workers.  Will LIPA be seeking to collect these costs during the rate freeze?  Tom Falcone, LIPA CFO, is quick to state that LIPA has no intention to charge customers for ... Read More »
Bus Crash Kills One, Injures Two on Long Island
Posted by JMitty - 4/6/14
 
On Tuesday morning, a tour bus collided with a pickup truck on Long Island, killing one person and injuring two others.  The Coach USA bus was fortunately carrying only a single passenger when the pickup truck lost control and collided with it head-on.  Following the initial collision with the truck, the bus then slammed into a tree.  The driver of the truck was pronounced dead on the scene.  Authorities still have not determined the reason for the crash, or whether any controlled substances were involved.  Both the bus driver and the single passenger were seriously injured, but both are in stable condition.  Local residents have been fast to criticize ... Read More »
Long Islanders Protest Deportations
Posted by JMitty - 4/6/14
 
Around 70 marchers gathered in Long Island yesterday at the Workplace Project in Freeport and marched half a mile to the NICE bus terminal in Hempstead to protest the deportations of illegal immigrants.  The signs they carried were graced with phrases like “Education Not Deportation.”  The march was not an isolated event, but part of a string of marches throughout the country in more than 40 different cities.  Protesters are calling on the Obama administration to relax deportation efforts, particularly for families with children.  Deportation policies have become more severe in recent years.  Many immigrants are deported from the U.S. after years ... Read More »
PSEG Adding 100MW of Solar Power to Long Island's Grid
Posted by JMitty - 4/3/14
 
PSEG Long Island will be constructing solar generators across Long Island in an effort to produce greener, more cost-effective power for local residents and businesses.  The program is known as the Clean Solar Initiative, and is the second of its kind.  Once constructed, the solar panels will generate an additional 100MW.  The panels will provide power to Nassau and Suffolk counties as well as Brooklyn and Queens.  PSEG received 178 different proposals from contractors to construct the solar panels.  The final bid price was locked in at $0.1688 per kilowatt hour.  Speaking about the outcome of the auction for contracts, Michael Voltz, director of Energy ... Read More »
Five Long Island Stores Burned to the Ground
Posted by JMitty - 4/1/14
 
Those in the Seaford area on Monday afternoon may have noticed the massive blaze which engulfed the Hicksville Roadstrip mall.  The fire was centered on Island Recreational, a pool and spa store, and began around 3:00 p.m.  The fire entirely destroyed the store, but fortunately nobody was reported injured, and there were no fatalities.  Stores in the strip mall were evacuated during the fire while firefighters rushed to the scene, and massive traffic delays resulted because of the blaze. In all, 100 firefighters were needed to put out the flames.  Before they were able to get them out, they consumed four other stores in the strip mall.  Three hours passed ... Read More »
Long Island SPCA Offers Rewards for Reporting of Animal Abuse
Posted by JMitty - 3/31/14
 
The Nassau County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (NSPCA) has just announced that they will be offering $5,000 in reward money to any individual who reports an incident of dog fighting.  The NSPCA will also be offering $1,000 to any person who reports another instance of animal abuse which leads to an arrest.  According to the NSCPCA, there has been a rise in animal abuse cases within the county over the course of the year so far.  Dog fighting is not only cruel to the animals forced to participate, but also creates behavioral problems in dogs, which endangers public health.  All individuals who make reports that lead to arrests will be protected and ... Read More »
State Budget Will Fund New Utility Office
Posted by JMitty - 3/31/14
 
Hurricane Sandy may have swept through more than a year ago, but the shadow it left behind still lingers, and Long Island officials are still working to correct the flaws in the system which led to so many problems during the super storm.  The state budget for this year includes funding for a new Long Island office which will fall under the Department of Public Services.  The new office was created the previous year in a bill by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, and will be responsible for regulating utilities in the state.  The office will run on a budget of $5.5 million, and will employ 39 workers.  It will be their job to oversee the work of local utility companies that ... Read More »
Long Island Guitar Festival Scheduled for Next Week
Posted by JMitty - 3/31/14
 
The 22 nd annual Long Island Guitar Festival will be taking place next week at L.I.U. Post in Brookville.  The festival will run from April 2 nd through April 6 th , and will feature a variety of performers including the Vida Guitar Quartet of Britain, Derek Gripper of South Africa, Frederic Hand of the Metropolitan Opera, and Thibault Cauvin of France.  “I wanted to bring some world-renowned guitarists to the campus,” stated Harris Becker, the director of the guitar studies program at L.I.U. Post.  Becker is acting as festival director, and will also be performing on the 3 rd of April.  His concert will feature songs which range across four ... Read More »
Riverhead Chamber of Commerce Encourages Local Businesses to Go Green
Posted by JMitty - 3/26/14
 
The Riverhead Chamber of Commerce’s next upcoming breakfast will take place on April 10 th at 8:00 in the morning, and will feature a theme celebrating Earth Day.  Attendees to the breakfast will be able to enjoy presentations about how they can help to streamline their operations and keep their businesses green.  Presenters will focus on simple, easy steps which any business can take to do their part in protecting the planet.  The event will take place at the Jedediah Hawkins Inn & Restaurant in Jamesport.  The inn and restaurant have a rich history and are surrounded by 22 acres of beautiful gardens and farmland.  The restaurant itself serves ... Read More »
Chabad of Oyster Bay and Jericho Hosts Local Passover Seders
Posted by JMitty - 3/25/14
 
Looking for a chance to share in the Passover experience with members of the local Jewish community?  Chabad of Oyster Bay and Jericho has just announced that they will be hosting Passover seders at Oyster Bay at 3 Johnson Court, East Norwich, and Jericho at Viana Hotel, 3998 Brush Hollow Road, Westbury.  Both seders will take place on Monday April 14 th and Tuesday April 15 th at 8 in the evening.  This year’s Passover will be celebrated beginning on sundown on Monday, the 14 th of April, and will run until nightfall on Tuesday, April 22 nd .  The cost for attendance will be $45 for each adult and $25 for each child under the age of 12.  Group rates ... Read More »
Brookhaven Protests PSEG Emergency Plan
Posted by JMitty - 3/24/14
 
PSEG has recently proposed a new emergency response plan which would involve local governments in power restoration decisions.  Four municipalities have protested the plan so far, including most recently the town of Brookhaven.  Why?  Because the language of the plan closely resembles the original plan used by the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA).  That same plan was used during Hurricane Sandy—and resulted in red tape and delays.  LIPA would only restore power after local governments hired inspectors to search for electrical system damage.  Many local governments refused to pay for the inspectors, forcing LIPA to undertake the task and the costs, ... Read More »
LIRR Plans to Install New Safety Equipment
Posted by JMitty - 3/23/14
 
LIRR and Metro-North Railroad have decided to install new monitoring equipment on their freight trains to help ensure safety on their public tracks.  The new Train Fault Detector Systems will be able to sense when the wheels on the freight trains are overloaded or overheating.  In case of defective wheels, the systems will automatically transmit warnings to the control centers for the railroads.  “This specialized equipment will improve safety and reduce wear and tear on our tracks,” stated Thomas Prendergast, Chariman and CEO of the MTA.  By doing so, the system will be able to prevent problems before they can cause dangers and delays on the ... Read More »
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