Little public access to Nassau 's ope...

Little public access to Nassau 's open spaces

There are 53 comments on the Newsday story from Aug 17, 2008, titled Little public access to Nassau 's open spaces. In it, Newsday reports that:

From a few small salt marshes on the South Shore to rolling meadows and old forests on the North Shore, Nassau has preserved 103 acres of open space over the past four years.

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#46 Aug 19, 2008
How many sellers of those properties with no access have ties with the Democratic party. here is a case of you tax dollars NOT at they want to awsk the taxpayers for another 150 Million dollars, Denenberg and his Democratic goons are nut's
Baldwin Resident


#47 Aug 19, 2008
Nassau County using taxpayer monies to purchase land locked property, what a disgrace.

New Hyde Park, NY

#48 Aug 19, 2008
This is too little too late. Nassau County has be negligent on this issue for years. They want to preserve open space in Mostly White neighborhoods while selling offthe open spce in Black and Hispanic neighborhoods. Tanglewood Preserve has been turned into a "only for profit" petting zoo and party place. The residents of Nassau are paying for NSTL to have exclusive rights to public property. Why were the Legislators silent on this one??? Denenberg is the only one with a true passion for open space. Check the voting records.

New Hyde Park, NY

#49 Aug 19, 2008
Correction-That's CSTL.
NIMBY Island

Florham Park, NJ

#50 Aug 19, 2008
Wow, 103 acres over the last four years, thats about 25 acres a year; Nassau County is really serious about preserving open space.
Donnie Darko

Huntington, NY

#51 Aug 19, 2008
Yep. I think that these preserved "open spaces" should be accessible to all. Let's make them accessible, and then we'll see how quickly North Shore communities stop requesting that their neighboring areas be preserved..LOL.
Fact is, I'm interested in inviting some of my friends from Roosevelt for a picnic in Red Spring Woods. Think those homes that surround it would mind?

New Hyde Park, NY

#52 Aug 20, 2008
When Suozzi says "accessable" he means "sellable" because he wants to privatize all of the things the County now has no money to maintain thanks to his lack of fiscal responsibility. Why should the taxpayers pay for his stupid mistakes? Tell him to get rid of some of his friends sitting on no-show jobs! Let's kick him out!!
sick of it all

Holbrook, NY

#55 Aug 22, 2008
seaford wrote:
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Suozzi's not giving away the HUB?
Is he? You tell me. What do you know? Spill it.
Tell me about it

Holbrook, NY

#56 Aug 22, 2008
slicksuozzi wrote:
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Yea, worth it for suozzi and the rest of the elitist pigs. I know for a fact that souzzi has been in cohoots with one of the largest developers on the north shore. I know for a fact that a parcel of privately owned land land in Latting Town that should be owned by the NC land trust was denied land trust status by souzzi. Shortly after land trust denial a developer along with suozzi went to the owner of the parcel and offered to buy it outright! He may not be as bad as the previous rats, he may be more sneaky than the rest.
Would that be Ritchie? or Vince?
Tell me about it

Holbrook, NY

#57 Aug 22, 2008
bill wrote:
<quoted text>Your wrong, Tom Suozzi is trying to do the right thing and keep the little bit of open spaces we left for people to enjoy looking at and walking in. Dont forget **** that live there as well. thwe last thing I want to happen is have people say this place has finally turned into Queens
Yes but Bill - it ALREADY has turned into Queens.
mister hard driver

Huntington, NY

#58 Aug 25, 2008
"We're working on that right now," said Tom Maher, Nassau's environmental coordination director. "It's in the process of being considered."

????? thanks for the definite maybe.
maybe you should put in a little unpaid overtime until you come up with a solution.

Great Neck, NY

#59 Aug 30, 2008
The Long Island economy is starting to collapse. Many businesses are about to go out of business. I can't sell my house. Maybe it's time to just leave any way. I didn't put to much money into it any how.
Tide Runner

Bridgeport, CT

#60 Aug 31, 2008
Why talk about it, if it can't be done??? And it can't be done...People who own property adjacent to the land will NEVER sign on ...

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