BBS News

$20M bond proposal includes replacing high school grass field

Greenlawn, NY – The Harborfields Central School District is poised to vote on a $20 million bond that includes replacing the high school’s grass field with synthetic turf. If approved on Tuesday, the bond would lower residents’ school tax bills by an estimated $150 a year because of debt restructuring. A $52.7 million bond used […]

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Lindenhurst Residents OK $9.4M Bond to Update, Expand Library

Lindenhurst, NY – A $9.4 million bond to update and expand Lindenhurst Memorial Library was given the green light Wednesday by voters. The spending for the library on Lee Avenue was approved by a vote of 474-399. The 15-year bond will add $64 per year to the tax bill of residents with a home assessment […]

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LI Companies Find Rising School Demand for Security

The plague of school shootings has boosted demand for security products and services from Long Island manufacturers, software developers, security installation specialists and staffing companies. High-resolution cameras, social media monitoring, remote-locking technology, shatter-resistant glass, emergency preparedness training and round-the-clock monitoring services have become increasingly commonplace here and around the country as school districts seek to […]

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BBS appoints first new partners in 30 years

Patchogue-based BBS Architects, Landscape Architects and Engineers, a firm founded in the 1970s, has appointed new partners for the first time in more than 30 years. BBS, which primarily does design and engineering work for Long Island’s K-12 public schools and higher education institutions, has brought on six partners as part of a corporate succession […]

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