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Lynbrook Cash for Junk Cars

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We buy junk cars and pay cash on the spot. Sell your car to us, for we will pay you the amount of money you were offered over the phone, guaranteed. We can also take vehicles as donations and provide you with a tax write off.

The process is simple. Give us a call. One of our representatives will tell you how much we can pay you for your vehicle. We schedule a time to pick up your vehicle within a little as an hour’s time. The driver will call you once he is on his way. Upon arrival, you will be paid cash on the spot, and the car will be removed from your location and worry list forever.

Lynbrook village in Hempstead town, Nassau County, New York started as a small community of farmers in 1785 that comprised of 40 families and grew into an incorporated village in 1911. The town went by a few names such as Rechquaakie, Bloomfield and Near Rockaway, before it was named Lynbrook, a name derived from the word ‘Brooklyn.’

The village is now home to about 19,427 residents as per the 2010 census.

Lynbrook, which occupies an area of 2.0 square miles, neighbors Valley Stream, Hewlett, Malverne, and Rockville Centre, and is currently headed by Mayor Bill Hendrick.

Lynbrook Police Station, which has been present since 1912, and Lynbrook Volunteer Fire Department, founded in 1879, have served and protected Lynbrook for over a century. Another old facility that served Lynbrook for decades is the Historic Lynbrook theater which is currently under demolition. The theater, built in the early 1900s, will be replaced by a modern theatre worth about $25 million and will be financed by its owners, Regal Entertainment.

Lynbrook demographics from the 2010 census comprises of 3.7% African American, 85.3% white, 4.5% Asian, 13% Latino, 77.7% Non-Hispanic white, 0.1% Native American and 4.3% of the population were from other different races. In 2014, Lynbrook population was at 19,558, with men being 9,314 (47.6%), women 10,244 (52.4%) and the median resident age at 42.6 years.

There are five school districts within Lynbrook, namely, Hewlett, Lynbrook, Valley Stream, Malverne, and East Rockaway School Districts. Long Island Rail Road offers transport services to residents of Lynbrook from Lynbrook station and Westwood station to Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan as well.

In 2016, the median house value in the village was at 442,543 while the median gross rent was at $1,696.

Lynbrook, a village, initially occupied by farmers, is now a residence to prominent and well-known people like poet Edward Field, who grew up in Lynbrook and comedian Joe Gatto who resides in Lynbrook village.

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