• Due to the Covid-19 pandemic infection rates in our region, the LIA’s office is currently closed. Our team is working remotely and thus remains available to assist your business with any issue or question you may have. If you have any questions or need our assistance, please email Matt Cohen at mcohen@longislandassociation.org. Thank you.

  • News

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    Monday, March 01, 2021
    To keep you apprised of the latest news regarding the Long Island Association, please see clips of the media coverage we received in the month of February.  News 12 Long Island (begins at the 19 minute, 8 second mark)-February 28, 2021: "Power and Politics" - Full Show  Newsday-February 25, 2021: What the LIA needs in a new leader  Newsday-February 24, 2021: Kevin Law to step down as LIA ...read more
    Thursday, January 28, 2021
    To keep you apprised of the latest news regarding the Long Island Association, please see clips of the media coverage we have received thus far in the month of January.  The Real Deal-January 27, 2021: Yes to conversions, no to rent regulation: LI biz group unveils real estate agenda  News 12 Long Island-January 27, 2021: Environmentalists call President Biden’s climate plan a ‘breath of fresh ...read more
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    Monday, January 04, 2021
    To keep you apprised of the latest news regarding the Long Island Association, please see clips of the media coverage we received in the month of December.  Newsday-December 30, 2020: NY economy rose sharply in 3rd quarter after shutdown's steep decline  Newsday-December 23, 2020: LI jobless rate falls to 5.4%; workforce stabilizes  New Canaan Advertiser-December 22, 2020: Congressional move ...read more
    Friday, December 18, 2020
    To keep you apprised of the latest news regarding the Long Island Association and our efforts related to the coronavirus, as well as some other issues we have been working on, please see clips of the media coverage we have received thus far in the month of December.  Newsday, The Point-December 17, 2020: The MTA makes its move  Newsday-December 17, 2020: Job growth on LI slowed in November; ...read more
    Tuesday, December 01, 2020
    We want to keep you apprised of the latest news regarding the Long Island Association and our efforts related to the coronavirus, as well as some other issues we have been working on. Below are clips of the media coverage we received in the month of November.  Newsday-November 30, 2020: Proposed MTA fare increases up for public discussion, starting Tuesday  Long Island Business News-November ...read more
    Tuesday, November 24, 2020
    We want to keep you apprised of the latest news regarding the Long Island Association and our efforts related to the coronavirus, as well as some other issues we have been working on. Below are clips of the media coverage we have received in the month of November thus far.  City & State-November 23, 2020: The 2020 Long Island Power 100  Newsday-November 23, 2020: Cuomo unlikely to mandate ...read more
    Monday, November 02, 2020
    We want to keep you apprised of the latest news regarding the Long Island Association and our efforts related to the coronavirus, as well as some other issues we have been working on. Below are clips of the media coverage we received in the month of October.   Newsday-October 31, 2020: Trash talk: Rail may be answer to hauling debris off Long Island   Newsday-October 29, 2020: MTA moves ...read more
    Friday, October 23, 2020
    We want to keep you apprised of the latest news regarding the Long Island Association and our efforts related to the coronavirus, as well as some other issues we have been working on. Below are clips of the media coverage we have received in the month of October.   Newsday-October 22, 2020: Alex Rodriguez on failed Mets bid: I would have raised payroll to $225M  Newsday-October 22, 2020: LI ...read more
    Friday, October 02, 2020
    We want to keep you apprised of the latest news regarding the Long Island Association and our efforts related to the coronavirus, as well as some other issues we have been working on. Below are clips of the media coverage we have received in the month of September.  The Island Now-September 29, 2020: MTA mulls proposal to borrow nearly $3 billion from federal government  Newsday-September 24, ...read more
    Wednesday, September 23, 2020
    We want to keep you apprised of the latest news regarding the Long Island Association and our efforts related to the coronavirus, as well as some other issues we have been working on. Below are clips of the media coverage we have received in the month of September thus far. Hope everyone is safe and healthy.  Newsday-September 22, 2020: The Businesses Left Behind by COVID-19 (includes video ...read more
    Categories: General News Article
    Tuesday, August 04, 2020
    We wanted to keep you apprised of the latest news regarding the Long Island Association and our efforts related to the coronavirus, as well as some other issues we have been working on. Below are clips of the media coverage we received in July.   Newsday-July 31, 2020: How NYC commuters are spending their former traveling time  Long Island Business News-July 31, 2020: Rizzo: A painful ...read more
    Tuesday, July 07, 2020
    We wanted to keep you apprised of the latest news regarding the Long Island Association and our efforts related to the coronavirus, as well as some other issues we have been working on. Below are clips of the media coverage we received in June.   1. Newsday-June 25, 2020: Salon customers signing legal waivers before the cut and color  2. Newsday-June 25, 2020: 'We bottomed out,' economist says, ...read more
    Monday, June 01, 2020
    We wanted to keep you apprised of the latest news regarding the Long Island Association and our efforts related to the coronavirus, as well as some other issues we have been working on. Below are clips of the media coverage we received in May.  1. Newsday-May 29, 2020: State releases new rules for Phase 2 reopening of the economy  2. Long Island Business News-May 29, 2020: Long Island’s ...read more
    Wednesday, April 01, 2020
    We hope you are all safe and healthy. We want to keep you apprised of the latest news regarding the Long Island Association and our efforts related to the coronavirus, as well as some other issues we have been working on. Below are clips of the media coverage we received in April.  1. Long Island Business News-April 30, 2020: Law: Reimagining what Long Island can be once again  2. CBS Channel ...read more
    Monday, March 02, 2020
    To keep you informed on the latest news regarding the Long Island Association, below are clips of the media coverage we received in February. Newsday-February 28, 2020: Sources: Cuomo expected to announce Isles playing next season at ColiseumNewsday-February 26, 2020: NYC-only riders to get discounted LIRR fares, despite some objectionsNewsday-February 25, 2020: MTA hires temporary president for ...read more
    Monday, February 03, 2020
    To keep you informed on the latest news regarding the Long Island Association, below are clips of the media coverage we received in January. Newsday-January 31, 2020: LI's 'Tech Highway' finally gaining traction, officials sayLong Island Business News-January 31, 2020: Infrastructure weakNewsday-January 30, 2020: Suffolk County Legislature celebrates 50th anniversary and its colorful ...read more
  • The LIA continues to comply with New York State’s Covid-19 related laws and regulations, as well as our office building’s moratorium on in-person committee meetings and larger events. However, check out some of our virtual meetings and events that we have scheduled this winter.

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