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Lawrence Long Island, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Lawrence is one of the towns that make up Nassau County, in turn, belonging to the Long Island district of New York City in the United States of America. By 2010 the population of Lawrence was about 6,483 people residing in the area at that time, according to data documented in the national census record that took place that same year. It attributed to the number 11559 as its main code, which is used to serve the postal service of the village.  The town of Lawrence is located more precisely along the border near the Atlantic Ocean to the south and with the Queens district of New York City to the west, just on the southwest corner of the city of Hempstead.

The community of Lawrence belongs to the area of what is known as the Five Towns, which is made up of the towns of Cedarhurst and Lawrence, and also some villages that are unincorporated areas in the area, such as the village of Inwood, Woodmere, and The Hewletts which in turn is made up of the town of Hewlett along with its adjacent villages such as Hewlett Neck, Hewlett Bay Park, and Hewlett Harbor, as well as the community of Woodsburgh.

This town covers an area of about 4.7 square miles or 12.1 km2 in total, of which 17.91% is composed of water, and about 3.8 square miles are land, according to data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. The system of government within the village of Lawrence is in the hands of a Board of Trustees and an elected mayor.

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