A Year In Review: Elmont’s Top 20 Moments of 2016

By Karl Valere Dear Neighbors, What a year it’s been! 2016 will likely go down in history as a year filled with amazing highs and heartbreaking lows. Elmont was not immune to this trend, as the community experienced historic milestones and suffered intense losses. This year saw Elmont Alumni living out their dreams, while doing wonderful and exciting thingsContinue reading “A Year In Review: Elmont’s Top 20 Moments of 2016”

Nassau County Executive’s Office seeking Fall 2014 interns

[Via Nassau County] The Nassau County Executive’s Office is looking for interns for the Fall semester. Please send applications to interns@nassaucountyny.gov by September 5th. Description Students wishing to acquire a variety of volunteer-employment experiences will join a stimulating, fast-paced public servant environment, and learn the many facets of municipal government. Days/hours are flexible. Nassau CountyContinue reading “Nassau County Executive’s Office seeking Fall 2014 interns”

Rip up your tickets: $2.4 million in speed violations will be refunded back to residents

  [Via Newsday] Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano has dismissed $2.4 million in speed camera tickets issued over the past month, amid outrage from Nassau residents who received thousands of tickets from cameras at six school locations. Mangano said cameras at five locations malfunctioned, spitting out tickets on days when school was not in session.Continue reading “Rip up your tickets: $2.4 million in speed violations will be refunded back to residents”