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L.I. Investors and Developers Needed for Coliseum Renovation

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With the referendum rejected, Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano put out a plea for private developers to submit proposals for a revamped Nassau Coliseum. Nassau taxpayers expressed their dissent when they rejected Wang’s proposed tax hike to fund the Coliseum’s renovation and now Mangano is hastening to find another, privately funded, alternative. Despite his disappointment, […]

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Nassau Says “No” to Coliseum Renovation

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Around 100,000 Nassau County voters flocked to the polls yesterday to cast their ballot on the proposal for a new Coliseum– and the majority of residents decided they like their Coliseum just the way it is. Sixty percent of voters rejected the plans for renovation, which was going to include a minor league ballpark and […]

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Nassau County to Vote on Long Island Coliseum Renovation

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Today, Nassau County residents decide the fate of the $400 million referendum to redo the Nassau Coliseum. Passing the referendum would mean an increase of about $14 in property taxes (or 4%) per Nassau County household which, to most, seems like a reasonable price to pay in comparison to all benefits of a new complex. […]

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Tax Payers Hold the Light for Coliseum Renovation

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Recent news has shed a more distinct light on Project Lighthouse’s upcoming bond referendum set for August 1. It’s been calculated that if Nassau County tax payers vote “yes” to the renovation of the Nassau Coliseum (the new features can be found here), their property taxes could go up about $58 per household. Of course, […]

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What Nassau Can Do For Your Business Endeavor

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NYC price tags got you down? Considering a relocation? Look no further than the next county over. With Nassau’s prime locations and more affordable spaces, it’s a wonder you didn’t consider west Long Island before. The infamously high property taxes in Nassau county might seem out of reach at first, but with the right guidance […]

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Plans for Project Lighthouse- Extinguished?

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The bulb in Project Lighthouse has experienced quite a few sparks since its original proposal a few years ago, but it looks as though the fire that once kept the idea alive is slowing burning out. Most recently, Nassau County exces and the Islanders announced that residents would hold a vote for taxpayer funding. The vote […]

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