Mineola, NY - Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano today announced Nassau's plan to assist the victimes of the devastating earthquake in Haiti.“Nassau is prepared to not only respond locally, but internationally as well,” said Mangano. “We have to do everything we can to help those who are suffering during this painful time.”Working with the Nassau County Office of Emergency Management and several community groups, the county will provide the following: 10,000 Meals Ready To Eat20,000 bottles...Read Full Story
Will lower interest rate on commercial settlements and review freeze of 2010 tax rollMineola, NY - Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano today unveiled the beginning phase of his plan to reform Nassau’s broken property assessment system. "If we do not address—and repair—the property assessment system as soon as possible, Nassau’s finances will continue to worsen," said Mangano. "That scenario is not acceptable." Mangano signed two executive orders upon taking office which will begin to have an...Read Full Story
“The health of a democratic society may be measured by the quality of functions performed by private citizens.” Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in AmericaNassau County has a long history of suffering through career politicians. As an iconic community of American suburbia, Nassau County has long been a draw for self-seeking bureaucrats, who view elected office not as a public service, but as steps in a grand scheme of ambition and power.As such, Nassau County has witnessed administration...Read Full Story
GOP also takes control of County AssemblyThe Recount was finished late Friday. Ed Mangano, Republican candidate for County Executive, grew his lead after absentees to an insurmountable 497 vote margin. Long Island's Newsday reports that "virtually all votes have been counted." Newsday, Thursday:The edge for Edward Mangano continued to grow Wednesday, with the Republican challenger in the Nassau County executive race picking up about 150 votes from a party line that had been overlooked on some...Read Full Story
County parks rightfully belong to the citizens of Nassau County Eight years ago, the Administration took office and promised to restore our parks to their past glory. Instead, as many of these parks have become unwanted ‘burdens’ on the County’s perilous finances, they have been sold off, leased or allowed to waste away. The latest in a long line of parks to fall victim to Tom Suozzi’s misappropriation of tax revenue is Cedar Creek Park, which Suozzi plans to divest to private interests...Read Full Story
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