Our plan is to are a archive all towns and hamlets within the Long Island area and to send out photo Journalists to record their historic and picturesque experiences.
Long Island, NY (PRWEB) September 27, 2013
Long Island Exchange, Inc. (http://www.longislandexchange.com), a privately owned Internet media company providing residents and visitors alike with information, news, local events and business data announced today the endeavor and chronicling of Copiague.
“Long Island has many towns, hamlets, villages, and postal codes. Our plan is to are a archive all towns and hamlets within the Long Island area and to send out photo Journalists to record their historic and picturesque experiences. Today, we announce the historical archiving of Copiague New York, a village within Suffolk County,” said Brian Keegan, President of Long Island Exchange Inc.
LongIslandExchange.com reports information and provides residents with entertainment and news regarding the Long Island region and parts of Queens, Brooklyn and the New York Metropolitan area. Since its inception, the goal has been to create the one-stop-shop for Long Island.
This particular record includes Fire Departments on both the North and South side within the Copiague area. To view the photos please visit http://www.longislandexchange.com/towns/copiague.html
About Long Island Exchange Inc.
Launched in 2002, LongIslandExchange.com is a privately owned media company providing Long Islanders with a wealth of information, news, local business data, and resources for planning activities in the area. The site has won five awards from BOLI, Best on Long Island, in best of categories like "News, Media and Publications" as well as "Best Web Site of the Year".
For more information, please visit http://www.longislandexchange.com.