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  • Hempstead Town Celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month

  • Supervisor Presents Awards to Hispanic Americans Making a Difference in America’s Largest Township   In recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Supervisor Anthony J. Santino and the Hempstead Town Board hosted a festive celebration at Hempstead Town Hall to recognize local Hispanic-Americans who are making a difference in America’s largest township. Supervisor Santino welcomed distinguished [...]

  • County Clerk Maureen O’Connell Opposes Fee Increases in 2018 County Budget

  • Maureen O’Connell, Nassau County Clerk, demands that the County Executive and County Legislature eliminate certain fees built in to the 2018 County Budget.   Maureen O’Connell said, “A review of the 2018 proposed budget revealed a startling increase in recording fees. The 2018 proposed budget calls for an increase of $100 in the fee to [...]

  • Saladino, Imbroto Break Ground for Renovation of North Massapequa Community Center

  • After a fire caused the closure of the original building last winter, Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilman Louis B. Imbroto this week joined with a dozen senior citizens in breaking ground for a major renovation of the Town community center in North Massapequa. The building, which is utilized primarily by local community [...]

  • MacKenzie to Host Property Tax Exemptions Workshop

  • Nassau County Legislator Donald MacKenzie would like to inform all owners of a home, condominium or cooperative apartment, that they may qualify for hundreds of dollars in property tax savings each year.   The Nassau County Department of Assessment is bringing its office operations to the public. Department of Assessment staff will be on hand [...]

  • Santino, Hempstead Town Prepare For Hurricane Jose, Offer Tips for Neighbors to Prepare

  • While Hurricane Jose climbs up the Atlantic and makes it way north, Hempstead Town is preparing for its potential impact. While the degree of impact remains uncertain, town officials are taking steps to respond to damage that could accompany a major storm, as well as offering residents tips on dealing with the aftermath of Jose. [...]

  • Ra Hosts Successful End Of Summer Food Drive

  • Assemblyman Ed Ra recently announced the success of his annual Summer Food Drive to End Hunger, which collected 1,021 pounds of food on Saturday, September 9 at the King Kullen in Franklin Square. The food will be distributed to the nearly 600 member agencies of Long Island Cares to feed more than 316,000 hungry Long [...]