New York Gears Up for Earth Day, April 22, 2022 with Jessica Ottney Mahar, NY Director of Policy and Strategy, The Nature Conservancy

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Today’s guest, Jessica Ottney Mahar, New York Director of Policy and Strategy, The Nature Conservancy talks about New York’s commitment to its environment.  New Yorkers have lots to celebrate with the EPF funding increasing to a historic amount and as they get ready for upcoming Earth Day on April 22nd, 2022. Jess shares with us how…
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Building and Construction in New York with Gary LaBarbera, President of the Building and Construction

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  Gary LaBarbera is President of the New York State Building and Construction Trades Council, comprising 15 local building trades councils, 12 district councils and state associations, and 135 local unions representing 200,000 tradespeople across the entire state. Gary has embarked on ambitious negotiations for project labor agreements to provide labor cost savings to advance…
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Riverhead Transit-Oriented Housing Project Advances

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The Town of Riverhead has named Uniondale-based RXR and Jericho-based Georgica Green Ventures to be master developers of a transit-oriented housing development project planned near the Riverhead Long Island Rail Road station. The town board selected the two firms during its February 15 board meeting after a yearlong search in which a half dozen developers…
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Aero Club Wellington: A Unique Community for Pilots

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Everybody knows the drill. When you go to buy a fancy house in Palm Beach it will have a swimming pool, a tennis court, a three (or four or 14) car garage, a beautiful lawn, a water view, lots of bathrooms and bedrooms, a gym and perhaps a putting green. Or maybe a nine-hole golf…
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Science Behind Keeping the FDNY Safer with Faculty and Scientist, Prabodh Panindre, NYU Tandon School of Engineering

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NYU Tandon School of Engineering Faculty Member and Senior Research Scientist, Prabodh Panindre holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA from New York University, School of Engineering.  His scholarly focus includes artificial intelligence, fire science and firefighter safety research, optics, heat transfer, nanotechnology, and microfluidics. His research group has received several grants (more…
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Sag Harbor OKs New Waterfront Development Rules

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The Village of Sag Harbor passed new zoning rules restricting development on the community’s popular waterfront, bringing to a close a debate that has proven pivotal in its local politics.  The village board voted on January 11 to approve new Waterfront Overlay District rules, capping most new buildings on the waterfront to two stories, with…
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Louis Shuster: Timeless Interior Design in South Florida

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The art of interior design takes many forms across an almost infinite range of taste and style, but to be truly great, one must have the ability to see things from a client’s perspective while also bringing a unique vision and expertise earned through years of experience. It’s all about meeting needs while also understanding…
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Bobby Flay Sells His Chelsea Apartment in NYC for $5.6M

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Amagansett homeowner and Food Network superstar chef Bobby Flay has finally sold his apartment in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood for a cool $5.6 million, the New York Post reports, as verified by city property records filed Wednesday, January 19. The 3,256-square-foot duplex apartment, located at 252 Seventh Avenue — the Chelsea Mercantile building — was first…
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