The Nassau County Police Department Auxiliary Police Section Communications Unit is looking for volunteers to work one night every week at the new 911 center in Westbury, at Old Country Road and Wantagh Parkway. Volunteers should be: a U.S. citizen, able to drive, alert, able to speak clearly, and fluent in English. Work entails radio communication, telephone and paper work. Volunteers over age 55 are welcome and can start almost immediately. No experience needed, they will train you. Please leave a message for Sgt. Philip L. Franckel, Commanding Officer at 516-522-5375.
We owe a huge measure of gratitude to our partners and donors who have shown a deep commitment to the mission of the American Red Cross. We owe an equal measure of thanks to our thousands of dedicated volunteers. Their tireless work makes it possible for us to respond to disasters throughout our area.
New York State launched an initiative known as The Children’s Plan that focused on the promotion of mental health and the treatment of children with emotional disturbances. I was pleased to serve on the statewide work group that was engaged in the development of the Children’s Plan.
In any debate, it’s said, each party is entitled to its own opinion. But not its own set of facts.
That’s why it’s so exciting that there’s been yet another important step in establishing a single set of facts about the contributions of immigrants to Long Island.
On Sunday, October 30th, the Nassau County Legislature approved my budget for 2012 that includes the tough medicine needed to help our County to recover from decades of poor fiscal policies. Most importantly, the budget represents an opportunity to work cooperatively to achieve success for our residents. The budget, developed in consultation with NIFA, sets forth a comprehensive plan that makes Nassau County fiscally stronger each year over the next four years.
Despite the fact that the Democrat Minority Conference failed to support the budget, for a second consecutive year, I have been able to provide a budget that addresses Nassau’s issues without raising property taxes and I implore them to join me in working together to successfully implement the enacted solutions.
Nassau County Acting Commissioner for Health Dr. Lawrence Eisenstein, along with Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano, are urging Nassau County residents to obtain a seasonal flu vaccination. Peak flu season is late winter in our region, but a flu shot now will help protect residents throughout the cold and flu season.
“All families should take an active role with their own preparation and prevention of the flu. It’s a responsibility we all share,” said Mangano. “The flu is a very serious disease and our best defense against it is getting vaccinated.”
There are times that I feel as if I am being buried alive, one tablespoon of tabloid dirt at a time. It would be redundant to name the culprits. Besides, they all blur together in blaring headlines accompanied by a steady beat of sneering and self-righteous talking heads.
I wonder what young people think of the endless parade of public figures —government officials, businessmen, entertainers and professional athletes—crashing and burning before their eyes. Then again, maybe they have other things on their minds.
New York State and federal officials remind those who were affected by Hurricane Irene that October 31 is the deadline to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for possible federal disaster assistance from Hurricane Irene damages.
The proposed 2012 budget submitted by the county executive protects our hard pressed taxpayers since it contains no property tax increase. This budget has severe cuts across the board and includes demands for significant labor concessions. NIFA’s cooperation is necessary to help the county get through this lingering national recession and our county’s fiscal crisis.
Nobody likes to spend excess money, and one way to alleviate extra spending is to conserve water in the home. By closely monitoring the amount of water one uses, and implementing easy and simple changes in the home it becomes possible to lower water bills.
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