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LIA's Recent Media Coverage - November 4, 2013

To keep you informed on the latest news regarding the Long Island Association, below are clips of the most recent media coverage the Long Island Association has received.

Long Island Press, October 31, 2013 – There Goes the Neighborhood: Foreclosed Homes Shelter Crime, Threaten Communities

LongIsland.com, October 31, 2013 – CDCLI, Conifer Realty, and the Long Island Regional Economic Development Council Celebrate Opening of Cathedral Place Apartments in New Cassel, NY

LongIsland.com, October 31, 2013 – Community Development Corporation of LI Celebrates Opening of Affordable Housing in New Cassel

Examiner.com, October 31, 2013 – Tom Suozzi has vision, smart growth agenda that Nassau County, Long Island needs

LongIsland.com, October 30, 2013 – Governor Cuomo Details Improvements to New York's Workers' Compensation System That Cut Costs to Employers by 26% for 2014

LongIslandNY.TV, October 29, 2013 – Mangano v. Suozzi – County Executive Debate (video)

News 12, October 29, 2013 – Ed Mangano, Tom Suozzi clash in Nassau County executive debate (video)

Newsday, October 29, 2013 – Nassau's economic challenges: Mangano, Suozzi must deal with Coliseum, jobs and transit projects

Newsday, October 29, 2013 – Edward Mangano, Thomas Suozzi square off in second debate

Newsday, October 29, 2013 – Nassau County executive debate live updates

Newsday, October 29, 2013 – Affordable-housing complex opens in New Cassel

Newsday, October 26, 2013 – A year after Sandy, still plenty of work to do

Newsday, October 25, 2013 – EPCAL development gets crucial approval from state

Newsday, October 23, 2013 – Voters denied live Mangano-Suozzi TV debate

Newsday, October 22, 2013 – Ex-Morgan Stanley CEO touts NY's tax-free program

Newsday, October 15, 2013 – Mangano, Suozzi back casino referendum

Newsday, October 11, 2013 – Number of long-term unemployed workers swells as hiring lags