Category: Johnson

Town Breaks Ground at New Education Annex at Historic Raynham Hall
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Town Breaks Ground at New Education Annex at Historic Raynham Hall

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino, Councilwoman Michele Johnson and State Senator Carl Marcellino joined today with members of the Raynham Hall Museum to celebrate the groundbreaking of a new Education Annex, which will allow the museum to extend the public’s access to local history during the Revolutionary War. “The preservation of our history and...

Town Reunites Drowning Victim With Heroic Lifeguards who Saved her
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Town Reunites Drowning Victim With Heroic Lifeguards who Saved her

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilmembers Louis Imbroto and Michele Johnson reunited the heroic members of the Town’s lifeguard crew with a near-drowning victim who was discovered unresponsive in the waters of Stehli Beach on the July 4th holiday. “On Independence Day, our lifeguards observed a woman in the water who had apparently...

Saladino and Johnson Kick Off 2018 Pool Season While Unveiling Restroom Upgrades
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Saladino and Johnson Kick Off 2018 Pool Season While Unveiling Restroom Upgrades

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilwoman Michele Johnson kicked off the 2018 summer pool season today while unveiling newly renovated restroom and shower facilities, new lounge chairs, sunshades, umbrellas, picnic tables and dining chairs. Supervisor Saladino stated, “Our parks and community pools are a backyard oasis for many young families and senior citizens. ...

Town Board Reduces Ransom Beach Daily Parking Fees To Promote Local Commerce in Bayville
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Town Board Reduces Ransom Beach Daily Parking Fees To Promote Local Commerce in Bayville

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilwoman Michele Johnson today announced that daily parking fees to Charles E. Ransom Beach in Bayville for all vehicles without a seasonal beach sticker have been reduced to $10, effective immediately. Supervisor Saladino stated, “Since my first day in office as Town Supervisor, my administration has prided itself...

Saladino, Town Board Appoint Rabbi Rank of Syosset to Board of Ethics
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Saladino, Town Board Appoint Rabbi Rank of Syosset to Board of Ethics

In continuance of their ongoing commitment to increase transparency and ethics in the Town of Oyster Bay, Supervisor Joseph Saladino and members of the Town Board this week appointed Rabbi Perry Raphael Rank to the Town’s Board of Ethics. “To restore the public’s trust in government, the Town Board and I have taken several steps...

Saladino Johnson Announce Summer Reading Challenge for Elementary School Children
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Saladino Johnson Announce Summer Reading Challenge for Elementary School Children

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD SUMMER READING PROGRAM Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilwoman Michele Johnson today issued a Summer Reading Challenge to elementary school children throughout the Town, encouraging them to spend some quality time with a good book this summer. Supervisor Saladino stated, “The Town of Oyster Bay is challenging students to...

Saladino and Johnson Offer Additional  Free Boating Safety Seminar
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Saladino and Johnson Offer Additional Free Boating Safety Seminar

After completing two highly successful Boating Safety Seminars, Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilwoman Michele Johnson today announced plans to offer a third Boating Safety Seminar on Saturday, May 19th from 8am to 4pm at the Oyster Bay Community Center, located at 45 Audrey Avenue in Oyster Bay.  The seminar is moderated by...

Saladino, Johnson Invite Residents to Oyster Bay Harbor & Beach Cleanup
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Saladino, Johnson Invite Residents to Oyster Bay Harbor & Beach Cleanup

Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilwoman Michele Johnson invite residents to participate in the annual Oyster Bay Harbor & Beach Cleanup, scheduled for Saturday, April 21. The event is co-sponsored by the joined forces of the Town of Oyster Bay, the North Oyster Bay Baymen’s Association (NOBBA) and Friends of the Bay. This environmental event is...