Election Day Job Opportunity with Long Island Civic Engagement Table

Via Long Island Civic Engagement Table: Join a dynamic team in Long Island to register and mobilize voters in our communities for the 2014 election. During this critical election year, Make the Road New York, as part of the Long Island Civic Engagement Table and the Verrazano Civic Engagement Table, will be participating in aContinue reading “Election Day Job Opportunity with Long Island Civic Engagement Table”

Bipartisan agreements may improve Elmont’s quality of life

As of October 30, 2014 – the following agreements have been made by Republican and Democratic leadership in Nassau – to improve quality of life for taxpayers: * Creation of a new Felon Registry for Gun Crimes that requires all felons that are convicted of a gun crime, and those convicted of criminal possession ofContinue reading “Bipartisan agreements may improve Elmont’s quality of life”

Proposed parking lot to cost taxpayers $1.85 million over 30 years

Bond referendum, Nov. 6 Residents of the Town of Hempstead’s Sanitation District 6 – which services Elmont, Franklin Square, Garden City South, Lakeview, Malverne Park, North Valley Stream, South Floral Park and West Hempstead – caught wind recently of a bond referendum to vote on a new employee parking facility to the tune of $1.85Continue reading “Proposed parking lot to cost taxpayers $1.85 million over 30 years”

Argo Civic meeting, 7 p.m.

Everyone is welcome to join tonight’s Argo Civic meeting –¬†7:00 p.m. at¬†Elmont Library in Room 2. Town of Hempstead Councilman Ed Ambrosino is invited to speak about code enforcement and emergency management. The mission of the Argo Civic Association is threefold: first, to preserve the quality of life of our neighborhood; second, to keep theContinue reading “Argo Civic meeting, 7 p.m.”

We Started Here: “Coach T”

“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” This quote has been ascribed to the late Black luminary, Dr. Maya Angelou, and fits here as we feature the next young leader of our We Started Here series, which celebrates the effortsContinue reading “We Started Here: “Coach T””