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Smithtown Highway Superintendent Glenn Jorgensen charged with four felonies related to false documents

Smithtown Highway Superintendent Glenn Jorgensen was arraigned Wednesday in First District Court in Central Islip on four felonies and one misdemeanor for allegedly falsifying and filing documents related to a paving project in November.

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How peer-to-peer businesses give consumers a Lyft

Over the past few years, innovative new services such as Airbnb and Uber have sprung up across the nation, creating what’s been termed the “sharing” economy or “peer-to-peer” economy. These services have endured varying levels of resistance from local and state governments, as lawmakers have applied 19th- or 20th-century modes of regulatory theory to 21st-century technologies.

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