Sara DeGennaro, owner of Tap to Pointe Dance Center on Church Street in Malverne, was recognized by Town Councilman Anthony D’Esposito as part of the Town’s spotlight on women-owned businesses.
Nassau County Executive Laura Curran threw local sports organizations a doozy of a curve ball just weeks before Little League baseball and softball seasons begin, announcing on March 14 that the county would not waive park fees for community sports organizations.
Hempstead Town Councilman Anthony D’Esposito plans to propose legislation next month that would permanently exempt nonprofit Little League teams from paying fees to play on town recreation fields.
The Hempstead Town Board unanimously approved on March 6 a measure that will reduce the speed limit on Austin Boulevard in Island Park from 40 miles per hour to 30.
The measure was proposed by Town Councilman Anthony D’Esposito, who lives in Island Park. As a firefighter in the town, D’Esposito had seen first-hand the effects of speeding on the road when he responded to numerous accidents over the years, some of them fatal.
Hempstead Town Board members voted to refinance more than $31 million in bonds, which is expected to save taxpayers $1.4 million.
Dental365 opened its latest practice in Oceanside on Feb. 20 at the Sands Shopping Center, as the chain expands its Long Island presence to 12 offices, with six in Nassau County.
All towns on Long Island have been training key employees such as emergency medical technicians and public safety officers in the use of Narcan. Now Nassau’s three towns — Hempstead, North Hempstead and Oyster Bay — are offering free voluntary training to all town employees.
Two Hempstead Town Council members are speaking out against the person who drew two swastikas onto a Wantagh street less than a week after the same symbol was found spray-painted on a sidewalk in Oceanside.
Hempstead Town Councilman Anthony D’Esposito said lawmakers had been working on the initiative for several months, and that it was imperative for the measure to be passed before the summer months, when traffic to and from Long Beach hits its peak.