With the Holidays coming sooner rather than later, the Department has put together a list of cookbooks for Vegans! For those that don’t know, vegans are people who do not eat or use animal products. They forgo animal products for a variety of reasons. If you are one or know one, these cookbooks in the library can help you create new dishes that everyone will enjoy.[Read more…]
Early Voting begins tomorrow, October 26th, 2019 in New York State for the first time in its history. Any registered voter in Suffolk County may vote early at the following locations listed below. If you cast a ballot during early voting, you cannot vote again on Election Day, November 5th.
Are you registered to vote? Click on this link to take you to the New York State Board of Election Page to see if you are registered.
For information about the candidates, Vote411.org can show you who’s on your ballot by entering your address.
Need a new part-time job? The following are jobs that could be applied for with your smartphone and are hiring! These jobs are all part-time jobs that are done on evenings, weekends or during vacation breaks. Some extra money can go a long way towards saving for any kind of emergency or preparation for a large purchase. You might end up making your side-hustle your career! While these are not all the side hustles out there it’s a good list to get started with.
These sites are all considered platforms: a place where someone who needs service can easily connect with others providing the service. You can skip these platforms and start your own business with your own advertising and quality service! Even still, these platforms are a helpful way to get your feet wet.
Did you know?
You can look up Business plans with the Gale Virtual Reference Collection. There are also Books (physical, made of paper) on Business Plans in the library. For those who prefer Electronic versions, there are business plan books on Hoopla and Business Plan books on Overdrive. Hoopla and Overdrive both allow you to download ebooks and audiobooks for free with your library card. If you are more of a visual person, there are videos on creating business plans on Kanopy.
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Have you ever wondered where to go if you need a pothole fixed? Because different roads are maintained by different government entities, finding the right person to speak to when it comes to fixing a pothole is a confusing process. We’ve put together a list of government entities in New York that are in charge of pothole repair. If you have ever needed to have a pothole fixed, these are the following numbers you should keep handy:
Ever in doubt?
The New York State Department of Transportation maintains an interactive Functional Class Map that can show you whether a certain road is maintained by a State, County, Town or local government entity. New York State Department of Transportation Functional Class Viewer.[Read more…]