Happy New Year! As we start the official 15th anniversary year at our community nature preserve, we are using this opportunity to thank you all for your support and to give you a bit of a summary of what’s been happening with “sump-thing” at the Bird Sanctuary.
At this time of year, many memories come to mind. December reminds me of family and friends. January reminds me that we can start anew.
Saltwater fishing license fees are the latest extension of Albany’s heavy hand reaching into the wallets of Long Island taxpayers.
Village offices will close at 12 p.m. on Christmas Eve in observance of the Christmas holiday and will reopen at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 28.
Senator Kemp Hannon is reminding everyone that it’s not too late to apply for a savings on school property taxes, but the deadline is quickly approaching.
The Village Board of Trustees and I extend to residents of the village a Happy Chanukah.
Thank you to everyone who contributed in some way to our project of delivering meals to homebound senior citizens and people in need on Thanksgiving afternoon. Through the generosity of so many, we were able to provide 60 dinners to families in need and 240 dinners to homebound senior citizens throughout Nassau County, each accompanied by a visit!
The Merchants Group, which is a committee of the Garden City Chamber of Commerce, along with local Garden City Merchants have come together and invested in a promotional program and advertising campaign to encourage village residents and visitors to shop and dine in our village this holiday season.
The Social Service Volunteers of Nassau Inc. is a not-for-profit, charitable organization as defined under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The volunteers work in partnership with the Nassau County Department of Social Services to provide assistance for families and children, the elderly, and people with disabilities.
It’s the time of the year when students attending the State University of New York will be heading home for the holidays to be with their families. While parents will be expecting good grades from their sons and daughters, the financial grade of the State University they attend suffers by comparison.
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