Facing Long Island’s Extreme Tax Burden
John Cameron, Chairman of the Long Island Regional Planning Council, provides commentary on the unsustainable tax burden Long Islanders face.
Source: Newsday – August 2, 2023
LIRPC Chairman John Cameron announces the release of a comprehensive study of waterfront zoning and land use in Nassau and Suffolk counties.
Source: Long Island Business News – July 10, 2023
John Cameron comments on the broader trend of many New Yorkers leaving the state in pursuit of an affordable place to live. Read more!
Experts: Boost Long Island Water Reuse Our Partner from the Water/Wastewater division, Steve Hadjiyane, PE, weighs in on a plan to reuse treated wastewater to irrigate golf courses, sod farms and nurseries which has the potential for “revolutionizing” water conservation on Long Island. Read more! For Newsday subscribers, click this link, (page 5) or view…
Window of Opportunity – Transformational $2.8B project seeks available public infrastructure funds For a plan that has taken five years to come together, time is suddenly of the essence. That’s because the $2.8 billion public/private project called Midway Crossing, a transformational development aiming to create a transportation-oriented hub combining life sciences, medical research, sports, entertainment…
Three individuals explain why they have moved from Long Island to other parts of the United States.
Read more on the article and John Cameron’s comments.
State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli discusses the positive indicators of economic recovery since the pandemic.
John Cameron weighs in on aid to local school districts.
Eye on Population Growth Long Island’s population growth, to some observers, signals that much work needs to be done to lessen residents’ tax burden, making it more attractive for people to remain on the Island rather than leave for less expensive communities. Read more on the article and John Cameron’s comments. For Newsday Subscribers,…
John Cameron comments on how the region of Long Island has changed from a global standpoint, and predicts how the demographic will continue to change.