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Assemblyman Curran Awards Malverne $100,000 Grant

Funds to be used to improve area around local train station

 

This week, Assemblyman Brian Curran awarded Malverne with $100,000 in state funding to assist with improvements at Westwood Park at Westwood Train Station. The village will be replacing the walkways around the perimeter of the park that leads directly to the station’s parking lot. The funds have been awarded through the State and Municipal Facilities (SAM) Program.

 

“The Village of Malverne is looking to make improvements at Westwood Train Station,” said Curran. “Westwood Park is used by many residents and visitors alike, so the village is looking to upgrade the walkways to ensure the safety of those at the station, as well as to beautify one of the entry points to our community. I am proud to award this grant to the Village of Malverne.”

 

“We are extremely grateful to Assemblyman Brian Curran for his hard work in obtaining funding for the Village of Malverne,” said Malverne Mayor Patricia McDonald. “These funds will be used to enhance the pathways at Westwood Park that will directly benefit all of our residents for years to come.”

 

The village applied for the SAM grant with the assistance of Assemblyman Curran to help offset the costs of this project in an effort to limit the burden on local taxpayers.

 

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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. The deadline to apply for these grants is March 27, 2017.

 

The Preservation League of New York State announced on Monday that there is $306,678 available in Preserve New York (PNY) and Technical Assistant Grants (TAG) for 2017. These grants are available by application for not-for-profit organizations with 501(c) (3) status and local government units. Arts and cultural organizations are encouraged to apply.

 

The $360,678 will be distributed twice, once in the spring and the second round in the fall. The grant allotments will range between $3,000 and $10,000 depending on various criteria and are awarded for historic structure reports, historic landscape reports, cultural resource surveys and building condition reports. Each applicant must contribute at least $500 to the total project cost. Projects that qualify for the New York State Rehabilitation Tax Credit programs and the preservation of neighborhoods are encouraged.

 

The Preservation League of New York State is New York’s only statewide nonprofit focusing on historic preservation. They champion protecting New York’s historic buildings and landscapes, community revitalization projects and sustainable economic growth. The PNY Grant signature grant program is made possible with the support of Gov. Cuomo and the New York State Council on the Arts and Preservation League of New York State.

 

Contact Erin Tobin, Director of Preservation at 518-462-5658 extension 12 for further information or help filling out an application.

 

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Santino and Hudes Present Grant Funds to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island

Hempstead Town Supervisor Anthony J. Santino and Councilman Gary Hudes have announced that Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Long Island (BBBSLI), based in Levittown, are the recipients of a grant to assist the community organization in its endeavors to provide programs and services to local children and young adults. The $10,603 grant will provide a boost to BBBSLI for its youth programs in local communities.

 

 

“Providing support for our community’s youth is key for the future of our township,” Santino said. “Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island certainly offers outstanding services to children and young adults.”

 

 

BBBSLI offers a community based mentoring programs that provide positive role models for children and young adults in the community.

 

 

“We’re truly proud of the work performed by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island,” said Hudes. “This is the town’s way of investing in our future by providing support to the youth in our communities.”

 

 

“Positive role models are important for children as they navigate toward adulthood,” Santino said. “Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island reflects that through its successful mentoring program and we’re proud to support the organization in its endeavors.”

 

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Murray, Santino Announce $23,000 Grant to Fund Youth Services at Oceanside Counseling Center

Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray and Senior Councilman Anthony J. Santino have announced that the Oceanside Counseling Center will receive a grant of just over $23,000 from the town to help fund important youth counseling services.

 

The Oceanside Counseling Center will receive a grant of $23,070 through Hempstead Town, helping the center provide support and treatment for youths at risk, those in need of counseling services and treatment of tobacco addiction, among other services. The center has been assisting people in need for over 30 years.

 

“I am proud that we are able to provide support to the Oceanside Counseling Center, enabling this wonderful organization to continue its mission of helping youths at risk,” stated Murray. “We are confident that these funds will go a long way in helping those in need.”

 

“The Oceanside Counseling Center is an invaluable asset in the community,” said Santino. “Supervisor Murray and I are very excited that this grant will go toward helping the group accomplish its goals.”

 

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Center For Adult Life Enrichment “Grant”-Ed Essential Funding By Town

Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray, Senior Councilman Anthony Santino and Councilman James Darcy have secured a $23,000 grant to fund essential services for the Center for Adult Life Enrichment in Hewlett. The grant will bolster programming intended to create a happier and fuller life for senior members of the Five Towns community and surrounding areas.

 

“Our township welcomes the opportunity to partner with an outstanding community group that boasts a long-standing tradition of service to our seniors,” commented Supervisor Murray. “Hempstead Town’s strong financial standing enables us to provide integral funding to non profit organizations that need monetary support to sustain the quality and diversity of their programming.”

 

“Throughout our township there are non profit organizations such as the Center for Adult Life Enrichment that do remarkable work with tight budgets and limited staffing,” stated Senior Councilman Santino. “These non profits are important pieces in the fabric of a community, and Hempstead Town values the opportunity to keep them vital and vibrant.”

 

The town grant will enable the Center for Adult Life Enrichment to provide members with a rich and varied curriculum of programs, including bridge, book discussion, current events, exercise classes, art, dance, music, computer classes, museum trips and health lectures. Membership in the center is open to all residents of the Five Towns and surrounding areas, who are 55 years of age and older. The group is headquartered at the Carriage House on the campus of Hewlett High School, 37 East Rockaway Road, Hewlett.

 

Community groups such as the Center for Adult Life Enrichment touch the lives of countless residents and their impact is felt throughout the surrounding area,” concluded Councilman Darcy. “These organizations effect quality of life and they raise public spirit. The Town of Hempstead appreciates the opportunity to support and enhance their programming.”

 

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