- The next generation of Long Islanders share their feelings about the future
Education is ‘passport to the future’
NYS 18th AD Assemblywoman Taylor Raynor discusses how she plans to help students in her district excel by making changes to the Hempstead School District.
Long Island’s top health concerns
A recent analysis of community health data shows that concerns about cancer and nutrition are among the largest issues for Long Islanders.
The last mile
Transportation here should not be limited to individuals driving themselves in personal vehicles. As our future changes, our communities must respond with building infrastructures that allow continued growth. We need to address the problem of the last mile.
We should all be concerned about poverty on Long Island
Poverty on Long Island is one of the great unspoken issues that confront us daily, yet we often remain apathetic and/or ignorant to it.
Long Island through a lens … ‘whitely’
I’ve looked back and seen Long Island remain, if not become further, segregated in the 40 plus years since I moved here.
Our crisis of confidence
Actively engaging in local government provides a fulfilling way to help shape the current political landscape into the idyllic place you feel confident living in.
Long Island: A place to call home
Long Island will begin living up to its promise when its leaders lay out a bold new vision for the future and direct public policy priorities to realize that vision.
What can make for a brighter future on Long Island
The means of overcoming our region’s substantial hurdles can be found through the creative application of planning, and should aim to take a holistic, comprehensive view of what makes Long Island’s suburban landscape unique.
The other side of the tracks
A lot of us see Long Island as picture-perfect, and it’s sad that equality is still not present across the entire region. We need to embrace a more diverse environment for ourselves and future generations.