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  • Senator Phillips Secures $100,000 for the Family & Children’s Association

  • Continuing her efforts to support programs and organizations that help Long Island’s children, families and seniors in need, Senator Phillips announced she has secured a $100,000 state grant for the Family and Children’s Association.   Family & Children’s Association (FCA) is a not-for-profit organization, which assists under-served and disadvantaged individuals through numerous services and programs [...]

  • Imbroto Announces Free Musical Performances at Bethpage Jericho Locust Valley Libraries this October

  • Oyster Bay Town Councilman Louis Imbroto announced that the Distinguished Artists Concert Series will host multiple performances throughout the month of October 2018 at local libraries throughout the Town.   “The Distinguished Artists Concert Series provides free musical and dance programs for the enjoyment of our residents,” said Councilman Imbroto. “I encourage residents to take [...]

  • Senate Majority Delegation Calls For MTA To Protect LIRR Riders From Fare Increase

  • Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) was joined by the Senate Majority’s Long Island Delegation at a press conference at the Bethpage Train Station to announce their efforts to force the Long Island Railroad (LIRR) to provide fare relief to the region’s long-suffering commuters. The focus of the press conference was the delegation’s [...]

  • Dunne, Town Board Pass Legislation Requiring Signage at Businesses Selling Vape Products

  • The Hempstead Town Board unanimously passed legislation, proposed by Councilman Dennis Dunne and Councilwoman Erin King Sweeney, that requires businesses that sell electronic aerosol delivery systems, commonly known as vapes and e-cigarettes, to post large signage that would alert consumers that these products contain dangerous chemicals.   This new legislation, which creates subsection D of [...]

  • Senator Phillips Secures $250,000 Grant For The Village Of New Hyde Park

  • Senator Elaine Phillips announced she has secured a $250,000 State and Municipal Facilities Program Grant for the Village of New Hyde Park. The funding will be used for renovations at the Village Hall and improvements to municipal parking.   “Providing our municipalities with the means to better serve local residents is important and I was [...]

  • Hand Invites Artists to Display Work at Rotational Exhibits

  • Oyster Bay Town Councilman Thomas P. Hand invites residents to participate in the Town’s 45th Annual Rotational Art Exhibit Program, which will take place throughout 2019. The program allows local artists to display their work in local libraries, banks, government offices and local businesses on a monthly “rotational” basis.   “Through this program, local businesses [...]