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RESIDENTS for a more beautiful Syosset

Read about it in the Syosset-Jericho Tribune!

http://www.antonnews.com/syossetjerichotribune/2008/04/18/news/

Thanks to many dedicated people, RESIDENTS for a more beautiful Syosset has grown from 7 people to over 400 families, advocating for Syosset beautification, pedestrian and vehicular safety, and downtown revitalization.

 The Plan to Rebuild Jackson Avenue

With the assistance of Nassau County Legislator Judy Jacobs, RESIDENTS has been working closely with the Nassau County Department of Public Works on the redesign of Jackson Avenue. In addition to lobbying for a Jackson Avenue made safer for vehicles and pedestrians, RESIDENTS also seeks to preserve the trees along the road, as well as the RESIDENTS’ garden, which has become a community landmark and source of pride. If preservation of this greenery is not possible, then replacement is imperative. RESIDENTS is also lobbying for an additional traffic signal on Jackson Avenue, located between Teibrook Avenue and Jericho Turnpike.

See our May 2008 Newsletter for more info.

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