Month: June 2017

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Supervisor Saladino introduces 2017 Summer Program
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Supervisor Saladino introduces 2017 Summer Program

Dear Friends and Neighbors, Welcome to this year’s Town of Oyster Bay’s summer guide, filled with new and exciting opportunities for our residents to enjoy. Whether you like swimming in one of our pools, visiting our magnificent beaches, playing golf at our championship course in Woodbury or ice skating at our indoor facility in Bethpage,...

Oyster Bay Town Passes Anti-BDS Legislation, Condemns Those Who Boycott American Allies
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Oyster Bay Town Passes Anti-BDS Legislation, Condemns Those Who Boycott American Allies

In a proactive measure to reject and condemn acts of hate and economic antagonism, the Oyster Bay Town Board unanimously adopted legislation that bars Town government from doing business with individuals or companies that openly boycott American allies, including Israel. “The Town of Oyster Bay stands united with our international allies in opposition to the...

Councilman Muscarella Reminds Residents of Paper Shredding Dates
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Councilman Muscarella Reminds Residents of Paper Shredding Dates

Town of Oyster Bay Councilman Joseph Muscarella reminds residents that there are four paper shredding dates available as part of the Town’s Homeowners Cleanup Program. “Town residents are invited to bring unwanted documents, such as old tax returns, bills, bank statements etc. to be safely shredded on site,” Councilman Muscarella said. Upcoming dates include June...

Supervisor Saladino Renews Calls for the Complete Containment and Clean-Up of Grumman Navy Plume
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Supervisor Saladino Renews Calls for the Complete Containment and Clean-Up of Grumman Navy Plume

With recent reports showing that Grumman Aerospace used radioactive materials for testing and development purposes, contradicting their previous assertions to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino is calling for the complete hydraulic containment and remediation of the Grumman Navy Plume. “This discovery is a sobering reminder that...

PSEG Line Work Information
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PSEG Line Work Information

The Town of Oyster Bay has been requested by PSEG to issue permits for the relocation of lines underground to better serve the residents of the Town. This work is being done in an effort to prevent outages during storms by avoiding tree limbs or debris from effecting PSEG lines. The Town wants residents to...