Category: News

Saladino Announces Free Children’s Shows at Local Libraries for 2019
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Saladino Announces Free Children’s Shows at Local Libraries for 2019

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino today announced that the Town’s Children’s Magical Music & More program will kick off the 2019 season this January at local libraries throughout the Town. “The Town’s Children’s Magical Music & More program provides free entertainment to families and children around the Town of Oyster Bay. This year’s slate...

Saladino Announces Federal Grant Funds to Help Local Businesses Train & Expand Workforce
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Saladino Announces Federal Grant Funds to Help Local Businesses Train & Expand Workforce

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino today announced the availability of over $50,000 in Federal grant funds through the On-The-Job Training (OJT) Program for local businesses looking to expand their workforce, train employees, and return jobs to the community.  Under this program, the Town may partner with an eligible business and help defray costs (through...

Saladino Announces Free Girls Youth Hockey Clinics
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Saladino Announces Free Girls Youth Hockey Clinics

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino today announced that the Town will run two free girls youth hockey clinics this winter as part of the Town’s Youth Ice Hockey program.  The clinics will take place at the Town’s Ice Skating Center in Bethpage, located at 1001 Stewart Avenue, and will take place on January 17th...

Hicksville Shuttle Bus Schedule Modified for Holiday Week
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Hicksville Shuttle Bus Schedule Modified for Holiday Week

The Town of Oyster Bay will modify its shuttle service schedule for the upcoming holidays, including adding three hours to evening hours for Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. Shuttle buses run to and from the former Sears property parking lot to the Hicksville Train Station Monday through Friday. The modified schedule will be as...

Recycling Information (S.O.R.T.)
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Recycling Information (S.O.R.T.)

NEW RECYCLING INFORMATION FOR 2019 The Sanitation and Recycling Collection Division of the Town’s Department of Public Works has the responsibility for implementing the Town’s recycling program.  Known as S.O.R.T (Separate Oyster Bay’s Recyclables Today), this program began as a pilot project in 1987.  The Town’s recycling program currently services over 80,000 homes within the...

Join the Supervisor’s E-TEAM
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Join the Supervisor’s E-TEAM

Join the Supervisor’s E-TEAM and stay up to date with what’s happening in the Town of Oyster Bay! From local events and Town-sponsored programs, to updates on important issues that affect you, the Supervisor’s E-TEAM will keep you connected to your community! Sign up at the link below.

Saladino Announces Winter 2019 Activities for Developmentally-Disabled Residents
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Saladino Announces Winter 2019 Activities for Developmentally-Disabled Residents

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino today announced that the registration period for Winter 2019 activities has begun for the Group Activities Program (GAP).  The GAP Winter 2019 programs begin in January and run through March 2019. The GAP program, which is administered through the Town’s Department of Community and Youth Services, provides a unique...

Saladino, Massapequa Fire Department Fire Department Offer Christmas Tree Fire Safety Tips
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Saladino, Massapequa Fire Department Fire Department Offer Christmas Tree Fire Safety Tips

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and the Massapequa Fire Department today issued important Christmas tree safety tips to residents during this holiday season. “The Massapequa Fire Department and I remind residents that Christmas trees can pose as a fire hazard when not cared for properly.  While Christmas tree fires are not common, when they...

Saladino, Johnson Announce ‘Home for the Holidays’ Free Cat Adoptions
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Saladino, Johnson Announce ‘Home for the Holidays’ Free Cat Adoptions

Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilwoman Michele Johnson announced that the Town’s Animal Shelter will waive adoption fees for cats for the remainder of the year. Supervisor Saladino stated, “Residents interested in making this a ‘purr-fect’ holiday season can adopt cats or kittens free of charge at our shelter throughout the month...

Hicksville Parking Facility to Reopen First Week of January
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Hicksville Parking Facility to Reopen First Week of January

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino announced that the Hicksville Parking Facility, which closed earlier this fall for significant repairs, will reopen the first week of January. “It’s going to be a Happy New Year for commuters who utilize the Hicksville Train Station as repairs to the parking garage are nearing completion and the facility...