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New Assessor Offers Recommendations to Improve Department

Written by Joe Scotchie Friday, 04 September 2009 00:00

Homeowners Now Able to Schedule One-on-One Meetings With Field Assessors

The assessed value of a property does not in itself determine the amount of taxes on a property in Nassau County. Assessments only determine an individual property’s share of the taxes imposed by municipalities, school districts or special taxing districts.

That was only one of the messages that Nassau County Assessor Ted Jankowski, appointed by County Executive Suozzi in January of this year, wished to convey at a recent visit to Anton Community Newspapers.

 

Update on Sandminers Monument

Written by Jackie Pierangelo Friday, 28 August 2009 00:00

The president of the Sandminers Monument, Leo Cimini, advises that this project will honor Port Washington’s proud and long sandmining history is moving along. Once completed, the monument will be installed on West Shore Road.

 

Attorney General’s Project Sunlight Presented to Port Chamber of Commerce

Written by Bob Hogan Friday, 28 August 2009 00:00


At a meeting of the Port Washington Chamber of Commerce held at Ayhan’s Fish Kebab restaurant on Aug. 11, a representative of Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo’s office outlined an Internet program relating to governmental affairs known as Project Sunlight. The presentation was made by Mr. Brian Harrington, assistant director of government affairs, the office of the New York State Attorney General.

Mr. Harrington spoke of the Project Sunlight website as the first of its kind in New York State, which provides easy access to campaign finance, lobbying, agency contracts, member items, and legislative databases. The website is accessible on the Internet at sunlightny.org. New Yorkers can go on this website to see whether tax dollars are being spent and how their representatives are voting on key issues. This event is part of the attorney general’s statewide outreach efforts to inform the public about Project Sunlight and how it can be used. A brochure, which was distributed, outlined the goal of Project Sunlight as the promotion of the public’s right to know and monitor government decision-making. Mr. Harrington pointed out that Project Sunlight is an ongoing initiative and will be continually updated. The brochure described the following potential uses of the program:

 

Pre-Season Decision on Free Parking in Port Washington During the Holidays

Written by Jackie Pierangelo Friday, 21 August 2009 00:00
Readers will recall after the holidays last year, a few business owners sent letters to the editor opposing the town’s initiative of offering free parking to shoppers during the holidays. It was an effort on the town’s part to stimulate business for our local merchants by providing free parking by covering up the meters with red bags.
 

Library to Be Transformed for Foundation Gala Event September 12

Friday, 21 August 2009 00:00

On Sept. 12, the library will be the scene of the Port Washington Library Foundation Gala celebrating the arts and honoring Patrick Foye and four long-standing members of the Art Advisory Council.

Patrick Foye, longtime Port Washington resident, is a director emeritus of the library’s foundation. He is a partner with Rivkin Radler LLP, former chair of the Empire State Development Corporation, community advocate and philanthropist.

 

First Annual BBQ Cook-Off a Huge Success!

Written by Andrea Watson Friday, 14 August 2009 00:00
Sunday, June 28 dawned sunny and warm, and was like many other Sundays in Port Washington, expected to be a very nice day. Residents were out and about, catching up with neighbors, making plans for the day with family and friends. As people strolled along Main Street, they were attracted to a flurry of activity over on Irma Avenue that looked rather interesting, and many stopped to inquire. Others soon joined them, and by mid-day, the corner of Irma Avenue and Main Street was filled with people. The first Annual BBQ Cook-off, sponsored by Alpers with proceeds to benefit the Community Chest of Port Washington had begun.
 

Parking Initiatives Update: Congestion Relief and Parking Garage

Written by Jackie Pierangelo Friday, 14 August 2009 00:00
In an effort to ease the congestion at the intersection of Shore Road and Main Street, which was deemed the major traffic problem in the Town of North Hempstead’s Visioning process, the town decided to create a drive-through lane on the right hand side of Main Street heading east. With this new lane, drivers heading up Main Street would no longer be forced to wait behind vehicles that were waiting to make the left hand turn onto Shore Road.
 

Governor Vetoes Bill That Would Recover $1.4 Million in State Aid

Written by Jackie Pierangelo Friday, 07 August 2009 00:00
Despite the best efforts of Port’s State Senator Craig Johnson and Assemblywoman Michelle Schimel to recover an estimated $1.4 million in state funding, Governor Paterson last week vetoed the bills that were presented by our legislators and passed unanimously by the Assembly in April and the Senate in June.
 

New Nassau County Assessor Meets With Sands Point Residents

Written by Bob Hogan Friday, 07 August 2009 00:00
On Thursday, July 16 the Sands Point Civic Association hosted a community meeting and invited Legislator Wayne Wink and recently appointed County Assessor Thaddeus J. Jankowski, Jr. to address local residents on the topic of property assessment. The meeting was chaired by Jean-Marie Posner, the vice-president of the association, who commented on the overflow crowd, welcomed and introduced the two speakers.
 

Sweet Taste With a Social Mission

Written by Ann Mathisen Friday, 31 July 2009 00:00
Life tastes sweeter when basic needs are met. What many people take for granted – a home, a job, a friend, a productive life in the community – might not be the case for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities. In 1974 the Brenner family established Community Mainstream Associates, (CMA) and provided the impetus for its purpose and philosophy. As a private, not-for-profit organization located in Garden City, CMA’s mission is to provide residential, vocational, and case management services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
 

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