♦ Last night, Sustainable Long Island held Thank You Celebration for some of the organization’s donors, funders, and generous supporters. It is these supporters who sustain us and our mission and for that we are truly grateful.
Supporting contributions, donations, and generosity, lets us do our part in creating a Long Island that can endure […]
♦ Amy Engel’s love of making a difference in people’s communities started with her foundational development in the Sachem Central School District.
Engel, who graduated from Sachem in 1990 and continues to raise her family in Holtsville today, credits past Sachem educators like William Hettrich and Barbara Macadorie as key figures in her growth.
A steering committee meeting of the New York-Connecticut Sustainable Communities Consortium will be held at the:
Auditorium of the Nassau County Police Department 1490 Franklin Avenue, Mineola, NY 11501 Friday Dec. 9 – from 10am to 1pm
The meeting will include a presentation on the work being done by the New York-Connecticut Sustainable Communities […]
♦ Long Island was named one of the four “Best Plan Awardees” by New York state, receiving in excess of $101 million in state funding.
The other regions receiving best plan status were Western New York, which received $100.3 million; Central New York, which received $103.7 million and the North Country, which received $103.2 million.
Nassau County lawmakers have scheduled a public hearing on the controversial move to have a private company take over Long Island Bus on New Year’s Day.
The hearing will be held at the Theodore Roosevelt Executive and Legislative Building in Mineola on Monday, Dec. 5, the next scheduled meeting of the full legislature, which […]