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Joel R. Berse

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Hicksville Community Council

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Hicksville Community Council

P.O. Box 163

Hicksville, New York, 11802

United States

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NorthWest Civic Association of Hicksville


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Vice President Joel Berse


Hicksville Illustrated News • News

Community Council member Joel Berse - who asked the audience to observe a moment of silence for Nassau County Legislature Presiding Officer Peter Schmitt, who died of a heart attack on Wednesday, Oct. 3 - led the event as judicial candidates Colin O'Donnell, Joy Watson, William O'Brien, Doug LaRose and Anthony Paradiso, U.S. Congressional hopeful in the 2nd District Steve Labate (R) and New York State Assembly incumbent in the 15th District Michael Montesano (R) spoke on their backgrounds and plans if elected (or re-elected) to their respective positions.


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Pictured (L-R): Christopher Kyle - Vision Long Island, Hicksville Community Council President Joel Berse


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Joel Berse, of the Hicksville Community Council said in Newsday, "The thing is old.


LICA - LIRR plans $203M in main line improvements

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."


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