Asking the Stupid Questions Since 1971
Boring as it may be, a read through - at least once - can be an eye opening experience. Once you understand what our Town government can and cannot do you will be a smarter citizen and thus better able to effect progressive change.
Verizon DSL and DirecTV bundles will be available soonish. I am both a Verizon customer and a DirecTV customer — and a happy TiVo customer by way of DirecTV. And if I lived in Rhode Island, I might further consolidate my bills. But I don't. If it were available in New York, I'm still too far away from the central office. And I'll be too far away for quite some time.
Would I buy it? Yes.
Can I buy it? No.
[N]ew census data show that New York City is in the midst of a more surprising housing boom that extends across much of Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx.
"The Bronx is becoming once again what it was for most of the 20th century, a center for middle-class families and working families with kids," Mr. Yaro said. "It's got good bones — good parks and good transit."
The New York Times profiles Carmel.
"When potential homeowners first come to us, they say they are just looking for a home in Yorktown," Ms. Mannion said. "But when they discover that Shrub Oak is a walking community where everything is in reach, from pizza to a new pool, and they find it's one of the few places left in the county where you can still find affordable homes, they're sold."