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  • Hempstead Town Approves Santino’s 2018 Budget in Bipartisan Vote

  • Financial Plan Cuts Spending for 3rd Consecutive Year   In an October 17th bipartisan vote, the Hempstead Town Board approved Supervisor Anthony J. Santino’s 2018 operational budget, which cuts town spending for the third consecutive year. The financial document reflects Santino’s priorities—cutting costs, reducing staffing levels, trimming payroll and holding managers accountable. In fact, the [...]

  • Legislator Gaylor Announces Mega Job Fair at Nassau Community College

  • Nassau County Legislator C. William Gaylor III has announced that Nassau County’s 10th Mega Job Fair will be held on Friday, October 27th at Nassau Community College in Garden City. Employers from across Long Island will be seeking candidates for positions including entry and middle management level, licensed professional, hospitality, health, information technology and labor [...]

  • Saladino, Town Board Pass Law to Restrict Invasive Bamboo

  • Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and his fellow Town Councilmembers announce the unanimous passage of legislation to control the damaging spread of invasive species of bamboo, to protect and preserve private and public property alike.   “This restriction on invasive species of bamboo is in response to numerous complaints of residents who have had [...]

  • Legislator Nicolello Honors Local Girl Scouts for Silver Award Project

  • During a recent session of the Nassau County Legislature, Deputy Presiding Officer Rich Nicolello recognized Girl Scouts Grace Quinn (Mineola), Sage Silber (East Williston), and Madeline Lindenauer (East Williston) for their exceptional Silver Award project to benefit foster children under the care of the Nassau Social Services Department.   Grace, Sage, and Madeline developed a [...]

  • Ellsworth Allen Park Expansion Underway in Farmingdale

  • Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino, Councilman Joseph Muscarella, Councilwoman Michele Johnson, Councilman Louis Imbroto and Councilman Thomas Hand today unveiled plans for future development of the former Liberty Industrial Finishing site – adjacent to Ellsworth Allen Town Park – in Farmingdale. Town officials were joined by their colleagues in government, Nassau County Legislators James [...]

  • Santino Continues Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief Collection

  • It has been three weeks since Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico and only 16% of the island has power. Hempstead Town Supervisor Anthony J. Santino has announced an extension of the Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief Collection deadline to be held throughout the end of October.   “Puerto Rico is still in the early stages of [...]