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
Tag: Suffolk County Planning
The following Letter to the Editor was published in Newsday on October 16th, 2017. You can read the original here. It is troubling to continue to read in Newsday that the concerns of local towns are not being heard when it comes...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
The following was written for the Long Island Press, and published on March 9, 2016. You can read the original here. On Long Island these days, downtowns are happening places—at least in policy circles. From the governor’s...Read More
If you follow @TheFoggiestIdea on Twitter, you know that it has been a busy two days. Two events, one aimed at shaping the future of Long Island and the other to study where we have been/where we are going, were held. On Monday,...Read More
The following are answers to The Foggiest Five, a set of questions asked to influential Long Islanders on the future of the region. This round features answers from David Calone, who is the chairman of the Suffolk County...Read More
The following was published on Long Island Business New’s Young Island on 3/20/13: Last Wednesday, I proposed to my girlfriend Arielle. Despite how much I ramble on about the aquifers, density and transit-oriented development...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.
Meanwhile on that slender riotous island …
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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/