October 2016

Found 9 blog entries for October 2016.

Here is the complete list of submissions sent by the homeowners and fellow Staten Islanders who wanted to appreciate the hard work and creativity of these houses! Be sure to head out this weekend and Halloween night to see these displays in person! 

  • 580 Woolley Avenue, Westerleigh
  • 92 Beacon Avenue, New Dorp
  • 23 Bedford Avenue, Dongan Hills
  • 79 Lisa Lane, Rossville
  • 116 Ramona Avenue, Woodrow
  • 240 Lander Avenue, Bullshead
  • 78 Lindenwood Road, Eltingville
  • 69 Hillcrest Avenue, Eltingville
  • 78 Leverett Avenue, Great Kills
  • 734 Todt Hill, Todt Hill
  • 280 Hecker Street, Tottenville

Happy Halloween, Staten Island! Stay safe and have fun! 

 

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For all those wine lovers, you will be able to sample a taste from the vines in their own neighborhood. Located in Travis, there are plans for Staten Island to have its own vineyard to produce wine.

There will be a new building at the Teleport business park, which is located at South Avenue. The Teleport is a suburban style 100-acre business park located on the west side of the Bulls Head neighborhood. In the mid-1980’s, the New York City teamed with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to managed it under contract.

Richard Nicotra, the owner of Nicotra group who bought the property located in the Teleport business park had noted that Staten Island now has a beer, so it should have wine too.

Nicotra, who is a well-known businessman

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New York will have its’ very first outlet mall known as "Empire Outlets NYC" has a base officially built! It will be located in Staten Island's North Shore neighborhood known as St. George. The mall will be right next to the Staten Island Ferry, finally giving tourists something to do when they depart the boat. 

The Staten Island Outlet project was announced in 2012, and construction has been going on since April 2015 (alongside the construction for the massive New York City Observation Wheel). After hours of pouring concrete, working have completed the first part of the mall; the 2,800 cubic yards of the base. 

Empire Outlets will have a great number of places to shop and eat at while having a nice view of the Manhattan skyline and the

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After spending time making your home frightfully delightful with Halloween decorations, you just realized you have no idea what you want to dress up as on the 31st! There are tons of pop culture things that occurred throughout the year that will make a fun costume come Halloween! Here are the Top Ten Do-It-Yourself Halloween Costumes for 2016!

  1. Simone Biles: This amazing woman dominated the 2016 Olympics, going for the gold! You can too by dressing up as her this year. All you need is a red or blue leotard, patriotic hair ribbon, and a replica Olympic gold medal necklace! Now you are ready to score a perfect-10 with this one! 
  2. Pokemon Go Trainer: This game was Summer 2016's hottest trend! Now you can dress up as your trainer in the same. This
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Come join us this weekend  for an Open House at 1497 E 32nd Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11234

Sunday October 16th from 3pm -5

Directions: Ave P to E 32nd St

Don't miss the opportunity to see this two family attached home located in desirable Marine Park ,Brooklyn. This completely renovated home features 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and hardwood floors throughout. Come and see it for yourself!!

For more information on this open house or this home please contact Elizabeth Del Priore at 917-816-1519 or Nic Papandrea at 917-282-8915

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On January 1st, 2015, New York City’s Sanitation Department announced, informing residents they were no longer allowed to throw away their electronics. This was due to the toxic and dangerous substances electronics contained. Instead of your e-waste being picked up straight in front of your house with the rest of your disposing material, you needed to physically drop off your electronics to facilities that accepted and recycled them for you. 

Starting on Monday, October 17th, 2016, the NYC Sanitation Department will begin taking electronics again, announcing this new program called E-waste pickup. Here is how the program works: residents will be able to call 3-1-1 to make an appointment for their old electronics to be picked up. Another way to set

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Staten Island, the Halloween season is upon us!  If you are planning on decorating your home, here are some spooky scary details to add to your indoor and outdoor display.

  1. DIY Spider Webs! By using black garbage bags, you can make an amazing Halloween decor for the indoors or out! Trash bag spider webs is an easy and fun project circulating the Internet. Once complete, use it to cover the front of your home or a whole room inside!
  2. Skelton Animals!  We have seen these boney creatures all around, in various stores this year. Take advantage of the 2016 trend and add a skeleton bird to your porch railing, or have a skeleton dog or cat greet your guest at the end of the steps!

  3. Mudroom Witches! Who says your entryway or mudroom can only be
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Verrazano-Narrows Bridge has been working as Staten Island's connection to Brooklyn for 52 years. Something us Islanders can all agree with is that we despise the tolls and traffic to the tollbooths.

With every bridge in New York City that has a toll system, Governor Cuomo announces a plan to increase toll areas, making it automatic, with fewer headaches, especially if there is an issue with payment. The automatic tollbooth will scan the license and send a bill later in a week or so.

Since bridges are a target for terrorist, Cuomo is taking precaution by increasing security. He is planning to combine anti-terrorism teams with traffic enforcements. For this project taking in effect, job opportunities will be available. By increasing

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