The Lynbrook village board will be holding a work session and business meeting tonight, Dec. 3, to discuss a range of issues including commuter parking permits, the Regal movie theatre, Hurricane Sandy and the Feather Factory. During the work session, which will commence at 7 p.m., village officials will consider a request from the Ladder Truck Committee, and hold public hearings on sidewalk assessments, negotiations with the police dispatchers union, and three proposed laws. The proposed laws address bamboo, commuter parking permit eligibility and defining "retail." The board will also be voting to ratify a resolution pertaining to Hurricane Sandy. Also, on the agenda for the work session is the Regal movie theatre and repairs for Village Hall. The highlight of the public meeting, which starts at 8 p.m., will be a report on the findings of an eminent domain study conducted on 47 Broadway, part of the old Mangrove Feather Factory. The public meeting will also include a report from the Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce, a presentation from the Malverne Education and Fitness Foundation regarding its recent 5K, and a request from the Lynbrook Fire Department. To view the full agenda for both meetings on the village's Web site, click here. Look for coverage of these meetings on Patch later this week.