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Claims Service Bureau of New York
21 Hempstead Ave, Lynbrook, NY 11563
Claims Service Bureau of New York serves all the five boroughs, Long Island, Westchester County and northern New Jersey.More CSB provides claims management services for insurance companies and self-insured. 
Island Garden Basketball
45 Cherry Valley Ave, West Hempstead, NY 11552
This basketball warehouse is a great place to join a league or just come to shoot hoops. It has over 120 games played onMore a weekly basis ranging from amatures to professional players.  This facility has been used by the New York Knicks and the New York Liberty for practicing purposes. The rec center is also used for high school practices.
Benjamin Fishbein, D.D.S.
58 Union Ave, Lynbrook, NY 11563
Benjamin Fishbein, D.D.S., is a doctor of dental surgery based in Lynbrook, Long Island. Fishbein graduated from NewMore York University's College of Dentistry has been practicing general dentistry for 29 years. Please call for more information on his services or to book an appointment.
Joseph B. Gertler
197 Merrick Rd, Lynbrook, NY 11563
Joseph B. Gertler is an attorney based in Lynbrook, Long Island. Gertler graduated from New York University's School ofMore Law and services the Nassau County area. For more information on his services, please call the number provided. 
Melissa P. Corrado
54 Webster St, Malverne, NY 11565
Melissa P. Corrado is an attorney working in the Malverne community and serving greater Long Island and New York City.More Please contact her for details about the variety of legal services available to her clients.
Malverne Train Station
Hempstead Ave & Utterby Rd, Malverne, NY 11565
The Malverne train station is a stop on the Long Island Railroad, which provides service to residents commuting to NewMore York City and other parts of Long Island. In the late 1800s, before the village was incorporated this stop on what was then called the Hempstead and Rockaway Railroad was known as Norwood Station. In 1911, it was used as a station for a battery-driven trolley that ran from Valley Stream to Hempstead known as the "Dinky," before the Long Island Railroad electrified this system in 1926. The station played a pivotal role in attracting newcomers to the area, who wanted to enjoy the suburban life offered by the quiet village while being a short train commute from Manhattan.
Jeanne A. Greco, Esq.
363 Hempstead Ave, Malverne, NY 11565
Jeanne A. Greco is a practicing lawyer.  She has been practicing in Long Island and New York City ever since sheMore graduated from Brooklyn Law School in 1981.  Greco specializes in education, adoption, business, banking/finance and real estate law.  She has worked extensively with not-for-profit organizations.
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