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Joel R. Berse

President

NorthWest Civic Association of Hicksville

Direct Phone: (516) ***-****direct phone

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Community Links |

www.hgcivic.org [cached]

Joel Berse, President
516-433-4444 (day) 516-935-3335 (night) E-mail: MrHixville@aol.com


Community Links |

www.hgcivic.org [cached]

Joel Berse, President
516-433-4444 (day) 516-935-3335 (night) E-mail: MrHixville@aol.com


LICA - LIRR plans $203M in main line improvements

www.licanys.org [cached]

Joel Berse, president of the Hicksville Community Council and of the Northwest Civic Association of Hicksville, welcomed the improvements.
"The thing is old. The thing is dingy. It's not friendly for somebody to have as a destination. . . . It doesn't look clean even when it is clean," said Berse, who was given a presentation of the project by LIRR officials last week. The renovation, he said, is "a really great idea."


Long Island Contractors' Association Keeps You Informed

www.licanys.org [cached]

Joel Berse, head of the Northwest Civic Association of Hicksville, said nearby backyards and pools are often covered in soot from the plants.
"It's been a blight on our community for a long time," he said.


Hicksville Illustrated News • News

www.nassaunews.com [cached]

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano was joined by Northwest Civic Association President Joel Berse, members of the Hicksville Historical Society and local community members to announce plans to restore the historic 100-year-old stone eagle that sits at the Hicksville Long Island Rail Road station's north entrance.


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