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Minority Leader Kevan Abrahams Proposes Legislation That Would Change How Nassau Elects its County Legislators

Photo courtesy to the Office of Nassau County Legislature Minority Leader Kevan M. Abrahams Nassau County Legislature Minority Leader Kevan M. Abrahams (D – Freeport) and his Minority Caucus colleagues are proposing major reforms that would overhaul and democratize the way Nassau residents elect their Legislators. During a press conference at the Theodore Roosevelt
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Legislator Solages: Require Utility Properties In Nassau County To File Annual Income And Expense Statements

To ensure that utilities pay their fair share of taxes on the properties they own, Nassau County Legislator Carrié Solages (D – Lawrence) is sponsoring legislation that would require such entities to file annual income and expense statements for what they own and operate in Nassau County. Legislator Solages unveiled the proposal during a Monday, […]
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Legislator Drucker, Long Island Cares, Chapin Family Support Bill To Establish July 16 As ‘Harry Chapin Day’ In Nassau County

Nassau County Legislator Arnold W. Drucker (D – Plainview) joined Harry Chapin’s son, Josh, and leaders of Long Island Cares – The Harry Chapin Food Bank at the organization’s Essential Market in Bethpage on Monday, May 2 to unveil legislation that would designate July 16 as Harry Chapin Day in Nassau County. Not only would […]
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Saladino and Hand Attend Installation Ceremony for the Association of Fire Districts of Nassau County

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino (second from left) and Town Councilman Tom Hand (far right) recently attended the Installation Ceremony for the Association of Fire Districts of Nassau County. The Association’s mission is to provide members with opportunities that promote efficient, effective service through education and advocacy of legislation which improves
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Curran Urges Nonprofits and Municipalities to Apply for FEMA Reimbursements and Assistance

New York State has been the hardest hit from the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, with nearly 150,000 positive cases and Nassau County accounting for over 18.000 of those cases. FEMA recently announced that it will be reimbursing organizations who have been providing emergency protective measures during the COVID-19 response. Nassau County Executive Laura Curran is urging