Senator Kemp Hannon is reminding you to review this end of the year savings checklist, to make sure you don’t miss out on your savings.
On Wednesday, Dec. 16, Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi held a farewell party at the Garden City Hotel. He reflected on his years as county executive in front of staff members and supporters.
For more than 50 years, the members of Levittown’s Veterans of Foreign Wars post have been striving to better the lives of American service men and women.
According to a recent audit by Nassau County Comptroller Howard Weitzman, the Carltun on the Park, the upscale restaurant and catering facility, did not report $4.3 million in revenue and owes the County $504,885 in fees.
Last week, NuHealth System’s President and CEO Arthur A. Gianelli announced the start of construction for the new emergency department that will be located on two floors of the Nassau University Medical Center.
The State Senate and Assembly recently passed a Deficit Reduction Plan that does not include cutting school budgets mid-year to close the gap in the state budget.
Levittown Fire Chief George W. Anderson has won the Commissioner election, defeating current Commissioner Frank Scarangella.
Levittown Fire Commissioner and Chairman Frank Scarangella, who has served five terms as commissioner, is running for re-election.
New York State Governor David Paterson unveiled a two-year, $5 billion deficit reduction plan that he believes would eliminate the state’s current-year budget gap without raising taxes, as well as institute major structural reforms. However, part of thex plan includes a decrease in state aid that is filtered down to local school districts including those in Nassau County. Such a decrease in school aid could find school taxes, which are already the largest part of a property owner’s property tax bill, escalate ever higher.
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