“My concern here is that the casinos are still allowed to be open, still have people inside, and only required to follow the 25% capacity rule — and they have liquor licenses,” she said in a telephone interview Tuesday. “It would be logical to conclude that people in casinos also talk loud, don’t wear masks and drink alcohol, which can make people less risk conscious. Right?
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Great Neck, N.Y. (September 9, 2020)–The Great Neck Water Pollution Control District (GNWPCD) is proud to announce some significant upgrades to their website that all focus on customer convenience. With the latest round of website enhancements, residents and local business owners now have the convenience of a new secure online bill payment portal for certain transactions, interactive forms for sewer connection and disconnection, and grease trap applications. As the GNWPCD and the community continue to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic, the District has taken many measures to limit face-to-face interactions to keep both employees and residents safe.
“The COVID-19 pandemic, like for so many, has really made us take a second look at how we can improve the customer service experience in the name of safety and convenience,” said GNWPDC Chairman Jerry Landsberg. “The