From the Desk of Legislator Edward Mangano: July 31, 2009

Proposes ‘Green’ Energy FundNassau County Legislator Ed Mangano announced legislation proposing a $25 million Sustainable Energy Loan Fund for Nassau residents.  This “Green Energy”...

From the Desk of Senator Craig Johnson: July 31, 2009

Discriminatory Language Bill Passes SenateA measure sponsored by Senator Craig M. Johnson (D-Nassau) that would eliminate the insensitive, outdated and derogatory use of “oriental” in...

Letter: Questioning NASA’s Spending, Plans

On the day America celebrated the 40th anniversary of Apollo XI, a laid-off computer technician of my wife’s acquaintance who had been working as...

From the Desk of Senator Craig Johnson: July 24, 2009

Legislation to Protect Domestic Violence Victims From Workplace Discrimination Becomes Law Important legislation sponsored by Senator Craig M. Johnson, (D-Nassau), that would protect...

From the Desk of Senator Craig Johnson: July 17,...

Moving Forward“The stalemate in the New York State Senate has ended. With the gridlock over, more than 130 important bills that affected localities across...

Town of Oyster Bay Music Under the Stars Summer Concert Series

Dave Mason, Tony Orlando and John Waite are just some of the performers Oyster Bay Town residents will be able to enjoy during the...

From the Desk of Senator Craig Johnson

The Senate Stalemate It is my hope that by the time that you read this, the stalemate that has gripped the Senate will be...

Letter: Yatauro Calls for Leadership in State Senate

(This letter is dated June 27.)Unemployment is still rising. Businesses continue to fail. Municipal governments require assistance to avoid further slashing of vital social...

Letter: Pet Safe: It’s Time for a Plan

“The biggest potential hurricane disaster on the Atlantic Coast is in the New York City, northern New Jersey, western Long Island metropolitan area,” writes...

Letter: A Special ‘Thank You’ To All Volunteers

The Hicksville Boys & Girls Club would like to thank the 128 volunteers who came out and supported the Club by volunteering to man...