Floral Park

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Floral Park,

village (1990 pop. 15,947), Nassau co., SE N.Y., on Long Island, a residential suburb of New York City; inc. 1908. It has a commercial flower industry.
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The Democrat grew up in the 14th Senate District he now represents, a swath of south Queens stretching from the Cross Island to Jamaica which, like Elmont and Floral Park, will be deeply impacted by the new arena.
The track, from Floral Park to Hicksville, is one of the busiest commuter rail lines in North America, transporting over 300,000 passengers daily.
New York chair: Jared Vale (Floral Park) jvale@valeugroup.com or 347-528-4272
A resident of Floral Park, NY, Jandovitz was formerly Director of Human Resources at King Kullen.
Davidson, a resident of Floral Park on Long Island whose father and other relatives also were firefighters, was born with "the DNA of the FDNY," Dolan said.
Dalton began serving the families of Floral Park operating from a single facility.
Earlier, she spent four years at Capital One Bank in Floral Park, N.Y., as Senior Vice President, Director, co-managing a team of business bankers serving commercial clients.
She has previously worked four years as senior vice president, director at Capital One Bank (NYSE: COF) in Floral Park, New York, co-managing a team of business bankers serving commercial clients.
Headquartered in Floral Park, NY, Woodbury focuses on solving the individual needs of customers with incontinence or other urological conditions.
He had previously been employed as a Firefighter and a member of the Rescue Squad for the Floral Park Fire Department in Floral Park, NY for over 20 years.
David Napier from the heritage group explained: "Due to budget cuts the council reduced the park down to a maintained park and not a floral park.