Nassau County Legislature Approves Massapequa Preserve Restoration
Nassau County Legislative Minority Leader Peter J. Schmitt (R-Massapequa) recently approved, along with the full legislature, the final Environmental Impact Statement regarding the Massapequa Preserve Streamflow Augmentation and Pond Restoration Project. The 423-acre park and preserve is located in the Town of Oyster Bay and is one of the few remaining natural habitats in Nassau County. The Capital Project planned for the preserve is intended to preserve the flow of the Massapequa Creek, which is the lifeblood of the preserve. "The Massapequa Preserve is one of the unique characteristics of our community and this project will ensure that it remains a viable asset to the Massapequas for years to come," said Schmitt.
Local Teen to Meet With National Leaders in Washington, D.C.
Massapequa High School junior Kristell Le Goff was recently selected to participate in the National Young Leaders Conference (NYLC) in Washington, D.C. from Nov. 9 to Nov. 14. NYLC is a unique leadership development program for high school students who have demonstrated leadership potential and scholastic merit.
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