The following op-ed was first published in the December 6th, 2019 edition of Newsday on page A25....Read More
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The following Letter to the Editor was published in Newsday on September 11th, 2019. You can read...Read More
The following was written for nextLI, a project launched by Newsday that is funded by the Rauch Foundation. nextLI is managed by Newsday’s Opinion department with input from an advisory board made up of Long Islanders. It was...Read More
The following was recorded on May 30, 2018. You can view the original on CBS 2 here. The story published by CBS 2 New York is copied below. Lawmakers have given an initial green light to a developer to come up with plans...Read More
The following comments were submitted on May 21, 2018 to the Town of Huntington regarding the future of a 56-acre parcel the Dix Hills/Elwood area that was once slated for a large retail center. To Supervisor Chad Lupinacci and...Read More
The following was published on page A27 of the April 30, 2018 edition of Newsday. You can read the original version here. New development proposals are not considering their broader effects. Long Island’s municipalities must...Read More
The following was first published on The Foggiest Idea on February 7, 2018. From a financial perspective, Suffolk County isn’t doing so well. Thanks to years of exorbitant budgets, declining sales tax revenues and what...Read More
The following was written for Inside Sources, and published on May 11, 2016. The piece was nationally syndicated in media outlets across the US. You can read the original here. With the rise of the New Urbanism movement,...Read More
The following was written for the July 3rd edition of Long Island Business News. The original can be read here. David Winzelberg’s piece “The Town that Time Forgot” (LIBN June 26) falls prey to criticisms that...Read More
Hey gang, studies are showing that the brain drain is hitting Long Island. Let’s keep these young people! How? Let’s build cool downtown apartments. Put them right by the train station. Let’s give ‘em Wi-Fi for their iPads and...Read More
The Foggiest Five is a series of questions that have been asked to people of influence in land use and policymakers across Long Island. The series will be featured on The Foggiest Idea regularly. Many thanks to Andy Freleng of...Read More
There seems to be a development controversy being covered in the newspaper every other day now. The coverage of these hearings essentially goes as follows: Residents Raise Concern over Proposal in Anytown Residents from Anytown...Read More
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Looks like more storms are coming through too…
This afternoon’s thunderstorm was serious business - In one of the loudest sounds I’ve ever heard, lightning split a 75-year old Tulip tree! @NWSNewYorkNY
I used to love riding the M3s to Manhattan (when the AC was working!)
Some interesting points...
1. Commuters interviewed didn't seem to mind the retro M3s returning
2. The @LIRR kept the M3s in storage, almost as if it was in anticipation of the M9s being further delayed.
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Recently, the @GothamGazette published my op-ed on the push to build more housing within New York City's suburbs. You can read the piece here: https://www.thefoggiestidea.org/2022/07/06/gotham-gazette-stepping-up-suburban-housing-easier-said-than-done/