Those concerned about the new state law regulating estate planning and Medicaid eligibility for homeowners can attend a free lecture on the subject Wednesday night at the Plainview Library.
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1. The hosts a free seminar Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. on protecting the assets in your home as you get older. A 14-year veteran of the NYS Assembly and Elder Care Attorney Ann-Margaret Carozza will explain the latest changes in state law that affect estate planning and Medicaid eligibility.
2. A story broke late yesterday about new efforts to ensureare stopped. See our story.
3. We'll have a report later from the Town of Oyster Bay on its latest plans for the development of Farmingdale's Allen Park. We also have a poll about the dune planting volunteer event last Saturday. The poll asks what other volunteer efforts the town should get behind.
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