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SALADINO, HAND AND COUNTY LEGISLATORS ANNOUNCE OPERATION ROADWAY RESTORATION
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SALADINO, HAND AND COUNTY LEGISLATORS ANNOUNCE OPERATION ROADWAY RESTORATION

Government Employees to Perform Work, Save Taxpayers 35% over Private Sector Work In their continued efforts to protect taxpayer’s wallets, new Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and new Councilman Thomas Hand today joined with County Legislators James Kennedy, Donald MacKenzie, Laura Schaefer and Rose Marie Walker in announcing plans for an Inter-Municipal Agreement (IMA)...

SALADINO, JOHNSON ANNOUNCE FREE ADOPTIONS AT TOWN ANIMAL SHELTER
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SALADINO, JOHNSON ANNOUNCE FREE ADOPTIONS AT TOWN ANIMAL SHELTER

Fees Waived August 14th -19th in Honor of Homeless Animal Week In recognition of the International Homeless Animals Day, new Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilwoman Michele M. Johnson announced that the Town’s Animal Shelter will waive adoption fees from Monday, August 14th through Saturday, August 19th. Supervisor Saladino stated, “In recognition of International Homeless Animal...

SALADINO:  SINGLE-STREAM RECYCLING INITIATIVE TO ENHANCE EFFORTS AND GENERATE $2 MILLION FOR TAXPAYERS
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SALADINO: SINGLE-STREAM RECYCLING INITIATIVE TO ENHANCE EFFORTS AND GENERATE $2 MILLION FOR TAXPAYERS

In continuing efforts to save taxpayers money, new Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and new Councilman Louis B. Imbroto today unveiled plans to transition Town recycling from dual-stream to single-stream – an initiative estimated to generate $2 million for taxpayers over the next five years.  Since the beginning of local recycling efforts more than...