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Saladino:  2018 Proposed Budget Cuts Property Taxes, Eliminates Wasteful Spending, Reduces Debt & Continues to Deliver Important Services
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Saladino: 2018 Proposed Budget Cuts Property Taxes, Eliminates Wasteful Spending, Reduces Debt & Continues to Deliver Important Services

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino introduced his first budget since taking office as Supervisor just eight months ago.  The 2018 Proposed Budget reduces by $2 million non-mandated spending, implements real structural reforms, creates an Office of Inspector General to restore the public’s trust, reduces debt by $50 million and cuts property taxes by $1.3...

Single Stream Recycling Initiative Gets Underway October 23
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Single Stream Recycling Initiative Gets Underway October 23

New Initiative Enhances Efforts; Generates $2 Million for Taxpayers On October 23rd, the Town will expand its recycling efforts to include the collection of cardboard. Continuing efforts to save residents money, this initiative is the result of the Town’s transition from dual stream to single stream recycling – an effort estimated to generate $2 million...

Saladino Invites Residents To Free Family Fall & Halloween Festival
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Saladino Invites Residents To Free Family Fall & Halloween Festival

Free Family Event Includes Activities, Games & Giveaways Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino invites residents and their families to the Town of Oyster Bay’s Family Fall & Halloween Festival, which will be held on Saturday, October 21st, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Marjorie R. Post Community Park, located at 451 Unqua Road...

Saladino, Johnson Announce Inspector General Position to Further Enhance Transparency, Integrity and Ethics
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Saladino, Johnson Announce Inspector General Position to Further Enhance Transparency, Integrity and Ethics

Town officials unveil their latest initiative in restoring ethics, honesty and integrity in Town government, as Councilwoman Michele Johnson checks off the Town’s most recent effort of creating an Inspector General position in the Town of Oyster Bay. Shown with Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino (second from left) and Councilwoman Johnson are Town Attorney Joseph Nocella,...

Saladino, Councilmembers and Clerk Partner with Local Italian-Americans in urging NYC Mayor & Radical Officials to Send Columbus Statues to Massapequa if Removed
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Saladino, Councilmembers and Clerk Partner with Local Italian-Americans in urging NYC Mayor & Radical Officials to Send Columbus Statues to Massapequa if Removed

Pictured above:Supervisor Joseph Saladino (center) joins with Councilmembers Lou Imbroto (3rd from left,) Michele Johnson (4th from right,) Tom Hand (2nd from right) and Town Clerk Jim Altadonna, Jr. (2nd from left) as well as local members of the Columbia Citizens Foundation and the Italian American Political Action Committee who support the “Save Columbus” initiative....

Saladino, Hand Partner with Canine Companions for Independence for LI Dogfest Walk ‘N Roll
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Saladino, Hand Partner with Canine Companions for Independence for LI Dogfest Walk ‘N Roll

Pictured above: Supervisor Joseph Saladino (center) and Councilman Tom Hand (crouching, right) along with some of the amazing volunteers, puppy raisers, and graduate teams from Canine Companions for Independence. Town Recognizes National Service Dog Month with DogFest to Help Residents with Disabilities In recognition of National Service Dog Month, Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilman...

Saladino, Imbroto Break Ground for Renovation of North Massapequa Community Center
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Saladino, Imbroto Break Ground for Renovation of North Massapequa Community Center

After a fire caused the closure of the original building last winter, Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilman Louis B. Imbroto this week joined with a dozen senior citizens in breaking ground for a major renovation of the Town community center in North Massapequa. The building, which is utilized primarily by local community organizations and senior groups, will reopen next year with more than 20...

Saladino, Johnson, Imbroto, Hand, and Altadonna  Dedicate Bethpage Street in Honor of Fallen FDNY Firefighter William N. Tolley
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Saladino, Johnson, Imbroto, Hand, and Altadonna Dedicate Bethpage Street in Honor of Fallen FDNY Firefighter William N. Tolley

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino, Town Councilmembers Michele Johnson, Lou Imbroto, and Tom Hand, along with Town Clerk Jim Altadonna, Jr. conducted a ceremonial street renaming dedication on Saturday, September 16th in honor of fallen Fire Department New York (FDNY) Firefighter William N. Tolley, who died in the line of duty on April 20th...

Saladino and Johnson Reseed Harbor with 250,000 Oysters
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Saladino and Johnson Reseed Harbor with 250,000 Oysters

Pictured above (from left to right): Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino, Town Councilman Tom Hand, Town Councilman Lou Imbroto, and Town Councilwoman Michele Johnson join with volunteers from the North Oyster Bay Baymen’s Association. Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilwoman Michele Johnson today joined with members of the Town’s Department of Environmental Resources and...