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  • Three Senate Bills to Combat Human Trafficking Signed into Law

  • Measures Help Stop the Sexual Exploitation of Children and Increase Access to Crucial Services for All Victims of Human Trafficking   Senator Phillips announced three bills helping to end the sexual exploitation of children and provide victims of human trafficking with potentially life-saving services have become law.   “Astonishingly, sex trafficking continues to plague communities [...]

  • Hicksville Parking Garage to Undergo Repairs Beginning September 12

  • The Oyster Bay Department of Public Works aannounced that the Hicksville Parking Garage on Duffy Avenue will undergo significant repairs beginning September 12th. The facility will temporarily close, and reopen before the years-end. To assist commuters, the Town has secured additional interim parking at the former Sears parking lot. A Town of Oyster Bay Parking [...]

  • Legislator Walker Welcomes New Girl Scout CEO Bynum

  • Nassau County Legislator Rose Marie Walker recently met with members of the Girl Scouts of Nassau County to welcome Ms. Randell Bynum, the Scouts’ new CEO. Attendees listened to Ms. Bynum’s plans to expand and continue the success of the Girl Scouting programming Nassau County. After the presentation, the Girl Scouts led a tour of [...]

  • D’Esposito, John’s Crazy Socks Help Camp ANCHOR Celebrate 50 Years

  • Hempstead Town Councilman Anthony D’Esposito and John Cronin, the co-founder of John’s Crazy Socks delivered special 50th anniversary commemorative socks at Camp ANCHOR. D’Esposito recently ran a sock competition, where all camp participants designed socks to celebrate the anniversary of the camp, with John selecting a winner that was then sent to production.   “The [...]

  • Town to Host September 11th Remembrance Ceremony at TOBAY Beach

  • Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino announced that the Town will honor a Remembrance Ceremony for the victims of the September 11, 2001 Attacks on America on Thursday, September 6th, beginning at 7 p.m. at TOBAY Beach. The Town Board invites all residents, families and friends to attend.   “As we prepare to observe the [...]

  • Legislator Ford’s Helmet Giveaway a Success

  • On Tuesday August 14th, Nassau County Legislator Denise Ford distributed free bicycle helmets to nearly 50 children and adults in Point Lookout.   Legislative District 4 and its surrounding communities have the most bicyclists on the streets at any given time in Nassau County. Bicycle safety information, educational materials, and helmets were provided by the [...]