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West End Neighbors Meeting Set for Jan 29

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 City Hall Auditorium, 6th floor; 1 West Chester Street; Long Beach, NY 11561  See map
Our first meeting of 2013 will be Tuesday, January 29, at 7PM, in the auditorium at City Hall (6th floor). This meeting is in cooperation with the Long Beach Surfers Association and the Walks Association, and we welcome the entire Long Beach community to attend.







Our speakers will address  important topics of immediate concern to residents: 





· Jonathan Wilkofsky, Executive Director of the New York Public Adjusters Association, will discuss dealing with insurance companies on claims related to Superstorm Sandy, and






·Vincent J. O'Brien, President of Vincent J. O'Brien, CPA, PC, will discuss the tax implications of losses from Superstorm Sandy.







Please join us at the meeting and bring a Long Beach friend or neighbor.





 
John Bendo January 20, 2013 at 11:15 AM
Please join us at this community information meeting where speakers will address dealing with insurance companies and on the tax implications of losses we have suffered from Superstorm Sandy. The information you get at this meeting can impact your bottom line. The speakers are: Jonathan Wilkofsky - Executive Director of the New York Public Adjusters Association. He will discuss dealing with insurance companies on Sandy claims. Vincent O’Brien - President of Vincent J. O'Brien, CPA, P.C. Vincent is a Certified Public Accountant and tax expert. He will discuss the tax implications of losses from Superstorm Sandy. Please note this speaker is a change from the one in the initial announcement. The meeting will take place on Tuesday, January 29th at 7 PM in the auditorium at City Hall (6th floor). The meeting is open to all. Please join us for this valuable informational meeting. John Bendo President West End Neighbors Civic Association
Christine Anne Hirschfeld January 23, 2013 at 09:04 AM
Just started a new Yahoo Group to share resources for post Sandy recovery here http://groups.yahoo.com/group/LBNYAfterSandy/

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