Police have arrested a 26-year-old Elmont man for grand larceny after they allege he took money from three different people and falsely promised them occupancy for a three-bedroom apartment at his residence on Belmont Avenue.
According to police, Stanley Heriveaux placed an ad for the rental of an apartment, collected deposit money from three people who answered the ad and promised them occupancy.
The Tri-State Transportation Campaign released a study that claims what most in Elmont, Franklin Square and West Hempstead already know — that Hempstead Turnpike is Nassau County’s most dangerous road for walkers.
According to the report, Route 24, which includes Hempstead Turnpike, Fulton Avenue and Conklin Street, had seven pedestrian fatalities in 2006, two in 2007 and four in 2008 for a total of 13 during that time. During the same time span, Merrick Road had seven and Jericho Turnpike (Route 25) had five.
Town of Hempstead Supervisor Kate Murray and the Long Island Housing Partnership invite seniors to a special open house at Foster Meadow Golden Age Residence from Thursday through Sunday, Jan. 14, 15, 16 and 17, from noon until 4 p.m. The Golden Age Residence is located at 1888 Foster Meadow Drive in Elmont (just south of Hempstead Turnpike off Elmont Road).
On Dec. 22 at 11:09 p.m., a male subject entered 7-11, located at 310 Hempstead Avenue in West Hempstead, with a black ski mask over his head and face, approached the 46-year-old female clerk as she worked the soda machine, according to police. The subject produced a handgun and directed the victim over to the cash register, demanding that she place its undisclosed proceeds into a gray gym bag, police said.
It was called the “Doomsday Budget” for the MTA and including massive fare increases and service cuts to help close a deficit in the MTA’s budget. However, the “Doomsday” was averted with help from an MTA bailout that included a payroll tax and fare increases to a lesser extent. However, with the MTA still struggling financially, the service cuts may still become a reality.
The MTA payroll tax might not even be enough to save the MTA from making further reductions in service. One of the cuts that can be implemented is weekend service to and from the West Hempstead train station by the Long Island Rail Road.
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