Cars in Elmont Tagged with Graffiti Vandalism

Source: Long Island Exchange Fourth Squad detectives are investigating multiple incidents of Criminal Mischief that occurred in Elmont. According to detectives, during the overnight hours of Wednesday, June 24, 2015 into the morning of Thursday, June 25, 2015, a total of 4 vehicles were sprayed with the letters “GBK” in red paint. The vehicles involvedContinue reading “Cars in Elmont Tagged with Graffiti Vandalism”

Behind Closed Doors: 769 Elmont Road

Continuing on with our Behind Closed Doors series, 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, Nassau County assumes no liability associated with the use or misuse ofContinue reading “Behind Closed Doors: 769 Elmont Road”

Behind Closed Doors

“Behind Closed Doors” is an original series which profiles vacant and underutilized properties in Elmont, along with those that have simply been longtime fixtures in the community. Our very first featured property will be 241 Linden Boulevard. Address: 241 Linden Boulevard   Year Built: N/A   Status: Vacant   Current Market Value: N/A   Original use:Continue reading “Behind Closed Doors”

Argo Civic

On Monday September 22, The Excelsior was in attendance as the Argo Civic members convened for the first time since being off on summer break. One of several civics in the Elmont area, Argo Civic is a volunteer group of residents who are “united in building a stronger, safer community.” Some orders of business forContinue reading “Argo Civic”

Overdose Prevention training comes to Elmont community

  It is no secret that in recent years there has been widespread use and far too oftentimes abuse of prescription drugs nationwide. “For as long as there have been prescriptions, there has been misuse of prescription drugs,” said New York State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman in an op-ed piece for Newsday last summer.Continue reading “Overdose Prevention training comes to Elmont community”