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Tweets from Hempstead Town Board meeting

Click through the gallery below for a recap of today's Hempstead Town Board meeting via tweets from Newsday reporter Aisha Al Muslim.
 
 

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Headlines

A quick look at today's top stores.

CORPSE INSIDE MISSING WOMAN'S CAR. Homicide investigators are attempting to identify a dead female discovered Monday night in the car belonging to a 22-year-old Syosset woman reported missing by her family in late February.

BROKE HOMEOWNERS. The main cover story of today's Newsday looks at a state report that shows nearly 44 percent of Long Island homeowners pay more for housing than they can afford.

by tara.conry

MELIUS SPEAKS OUT. Today's cover also highlights a video released Monday from Oheka Castle owner Gary Melius, who spoke out for the first time since he was shot outside the Huntington Station venue. For complete coverage on the shooting, Melius' background and the ongoing investigation, click here.

NIFA WAGE FREEZE. Finally, today's cover also draws attention to a decision made Monday night by Nassau County's financial control board to extend a three-year wage freeze for county employees.

DWI CRASH CAUSES FIREA Centereach man was arrested and charged with drunken driving after he crashed into a car storage lot in Nesconset early Tuesday, damaging several cars and sparking a fire in his own vehicle, police said.

CLEAN WATER TEAM. The cover of the "Our Towns" section today looks at an intermunicipal pact that officials for the Town of Huntington and the villages of Northport and Asharoken are expected to sign to protect and clean area waters.

by tara.conry

Top tweets

See what Newsday and its reporters are tweeting about today. 




















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