The following op-ed was first published in the March 17, 2021 edition of Newsday on page A23. You...Read More
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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 first published exclusively on The Foggiest Idea on March 30, 2018. As Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone touts his record of suburban transformation in a pair of identical op-eds in two different...Read More
The following was published in the September 2017 edition of Long Island Pulse Magazine. You can read Pulse’s edited version here. The rise of mixed-use residential housing projects has surged in an effort to attract a...Read More
The following was published in the Long Island Press on March 3, 2017. You can read the original here. It used to be that local governments provided some semblance of logic behind development decisions. In Suffolk County,...Read More
The following was published in the Long Island Press on August 1st, 2016. You can read the original here. Some observers seem to think that the affordable housing situation here on Long Island is all doom and gloom because...Read More
The following was published in the Long Island Press on April 22, 2016. You can read the original here. After providing significant analysis of our region’s various maladies for more than a decade, the Rauch Foundation is...Read More
A recent LongIsland.com piece entitled “Rauch Foundation Releases Latest Long Island Index Report; Are We Better Off Then We Were a Year Ago?” cited my work on the subject. You can read the entire piece here. Long...Read More
The following was published in the Long Island Press on February 12, 2016. You can read the original here. Recently, in a crowded conference room in Melville packed with developers, business leaders, municipal officials and...Read More
The following appeared in the Long Island Press on January 19, 2016. You can read the original here. A third track for the LIRR, a deepwater port for Shoreham, a refurbished Penn Station, a new Jacob Javits Convention Center, an...Read More
The following was written for the Long Island Press. You can read the original here. All too often when the subject is Long Island’s millennial population, the topic is only addressed rhetorically at best: “What do Millennials...Read More
The Long Island Index, partnering with the Long Island Association, issued a new report yesterday that explores expanding the biomedical sector on Long Island, along with the creation of expanded housing opportunities to help...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/