Elmont Library Advances New Technology

Source: Long Island Exchange The Elmont Memorial Library is proud to introduce the first Fully Automated Self Service Circulation System in Nassau County. Beginning November 25, 2014, the Library will integrate RFID technology into their systems, pioneering its use for contemporary library functions. The massive circulation desk that once encompassed the front section of theContinue reading “Elmont Library Advances New Technology”

We Started Here: JoeBe

Every so often we come across someone who analyzes the world, looks at society and thinks to challenge the status quo by resolving to affect real change in a positive way. Our next young leader calls himself a “great listener” which enables him to communicate what he hears and sees by telling stories through music.Continue reading “We Started Here: JoeBe”

2015 Nassau County Budget, Re-opening of 5th Precinct on Agenda for Argo Civic meeting

All are welcome to attend tonight’s Argo Civic meeting – 7 p.m. in Room 2 of Elmont Memorial Library. Join fellow neighbors in the community to learn how the 2015 county budget affects you, as well as the re-opening of the 5th precinct. Nassau County Legislator Carri√© Solages, and NCPD Sergeant Grim are invited toContinue reading “2015 Nassau County Budget, Re-opening of 5th Precinct on Agenda for Argo Civic meeting”

Behind Closed Doors: 500 Elmont Road

The next property in our Behind Closed Doors original series is 500 Elmont Road, the¬†Elmont Jewish Center, where once again we will be using information provided by the Nassau County Department of Assessment. Nassau County makes no warranties, expressed or implied, concerning the accuracy, completeness, reliability, or suitability for the use of this information. Furthermore,Continue reading “Behind Closed Doors: 500 Elmont Road”