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  • Saladino, Muscarella Increase Commuter Parking at Massapequa LIRR Station

  • Realignment of Parking Spaces Results in 50 Additional Permitted Spots for Commuters   Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilman Joseph Muscarella announced this week that the Town Board recently approved plans to re-designate over 50 total parking spaces in the M-1 and M-11 parking fields in Massapequa as “Permit Parking Only” spaces, in [...]

  • Councilman Hand Reminds Residents of Building Permit Amnesty Program Deadline of December 31

  • Oyster Bay Town Councilman Thomas Hand reminds residents that the deadline for building permit amnesty – designed to allow residents the time to obtain the necessary permits required on building improvements previously done to their homes without incurring stringent penalties – will end on December 31, 2017.   Councilman Hand stated, “There are six weeks [...]

  • Legislator Walker Reminds Homeowners About Property Tax Savings

  • Nassau County Legislator Rose Marie Walker reminds homeowners that there are a variety of tax exemptions that can help reduce your property taxes. Nassau County homeowners may be eligible for one or more of these property tax exemptions. There is no cost to the homeowner to file for any of these tax exemptions.   For [...]

  • 5 New Nassau County Fire Marshal Trainees Sworn In

  • Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and Nassau County Fire Marshal Scott Tusa swore in five new Fire Marshal trainees on Monday, October 30th at the Theodore Roosevelt Executive and Legislative Building in Mineola. County Executive Mangano administered the Oath of Office to the five men who will begin their training towards positions in the [...]

  • Ra Writes To Speaker Ryan Urging For The Protection Of Middle-Class Long Islanders In Washington Tax Reforms

  • Assemblyman Ed Ra (R-Franklin Square) recently wrote to U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wi.) to express his concern over the proposed Federal Tax Reform Bill. The bill in its current form would have many middle-class suburban Long Islanders facing higher taxes.   “I think every hardworking taxpayer would like taxes to be simplified, but the [...]

  • Legislator Kennedy Honors Grace Episcopal Church’s Young At Heart Senior Club

  • Nassau County Legilsator James D. Kennedy recently attended Grace Episcopal Church’s “Young at Heart Senior Club” in celebration of serving their 1000th meal. This wonderful outreach program welcomes all parish seniors and their friends and neighbors, promoting a strong, caring community and the opportunity to enjoy each other’s company.   Pictured above (left to right) [...]