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  • Town Animal Shelter Earns Top Marks in NYS Inspection

  • Santino Commends Hard Work of Staff, Volunteers   Supervisor Anthony J. Santino announced today that the Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter has earned perfect grades during the most recent state inspection of the facility. The shelter graded “satisfactory,” the highest rating given in the report.   “The Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter is dedicated to [...]

  • Assemblyman Montesano Announces Availability of Historic Preservation Grants

  • Assemblyman Michael Montesano (R,I,C -Glen Head) announced nearly $400,000 in grant availability for historic preservation projects for Nassau and Suffolk counties as a part of the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation. The Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation participates with The Preservation League of New York State and The New York State Council on the Arts. [...]

  • Mangano Swears In NCPD’s Newest Promotees

  • Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano swore in the Nassau County Police Department’s newest promotes at a ceremony held in Mineola. Nassau has seen crime drop by 27% since 2009, including a 50% decrease in residential burglaries, a 46% reduction in stolen vehicles, and a 43% decrease in robberies. Nassau County is reporting the lowest [...]

  • Curran Opposes Cuomo’s Commutation Of Sentence For Cop Killer

  • Today, Assemblyman Brian Curran (Lynbrook-21st AD) spoke out against the decision by Gov. Andrew Cuomo to commute the sentence of Judith Clark, convicted of felony murder in the killing of two Nyack police officers and a Brinks security guard as well as felony robbery.   “The action taken today by Gov. Cuomo to grant clemency [...]

  • Oceanside Marine Nature Study Area Named Top Environmental Organization in ‘Bethpage Best of L.I.’

  • Supervisor Anthony J. Santino has announced that the Town of Hempstead’s Oceanside Marine Nature Study Area has been named the Best Environmental Organization on Long Island in the 2017 “Bethpage Best of L.I.,” presented by Bethpage Federal Credit Union. A testament to its popularity island-wide, residents from across Long Island voted for the Marine Nature [...]

  • Mangano And Human Rights Commission Hold Vigil To Stop Bias Crimes

  • Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano, along with the Human Rights Commission, hosted a vigil to stop bias crimes on Tuesday, January 10th at the Theodore Roosevelt Executive and Legislative Building in Mineola. Clergy members, community leaders and activists from different religious backgrounds offered words of comfort and prayers for victims of such incidents.   [...]