Category: Saladino

Saladino Opens Warming Centers for Residents
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Saladino Opens Warming Centers for Residents

With a nor’easter impacting our region, Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino today opened the following Warming Centers for today and tomorrow, March 22: Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center (Community Room) – 1001 Stewart Avenue, Bethpage. (Open from 8 am to Midnight) Syosset-Woodbury Community Park Ice Rink – Jericho Turnpike, Woodbury. (Open from...

Supervisor Saladino Issues Nor’easter Storm Alert
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Supervisor Saladino Issues Nor’easter Storm Alert

Roadway Pre-Treatment Begins, Snowplows Ready to Clear Streets, Pumps in Place to Address Flooding  With the National Weather Service forecasting a fourth nor’easter for the region in recent weeks, Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino has laid out a plan to effectively combat this weather event.  The Town advises residents to exercise caution on roads...

Saladino, Imbroto & Altadonna Demonstrate Commitment to Combat ‘Zombie’ Homes
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Saladino, Imbroto & Altadonna Demonstrate Commitment to Combat ‘Zombie’ Homes

Councilman Imbroto and Supervisor Saladino install polycarbonate on a zombie home. Town Removes Eyesore Plywood & Replaces with Clear Polycarbonate In continuing their pledge to protect and preserve our quality of life in the Town of Oyster Bay, Supervisor Joseph Saladino, together with Quality of Life Taskforce co-chairs Councilman Louis Imbroto and Town Clerk James...

Town of Oyster Bay Seeks Women of Distinction Nominees
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Town of Oyster Bay Seeks Women of Distinction Nominees

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilwoman Michele Johnson today announced that nominations are now being accepted for the Town’s 2018 Women of Distinction Awards Program.  Residents are invited to nominate extraordinary women who have made a difference in our communities. “We invite our residents to submit applications for women who have impacted the...

Saladino, Johnson Seek Volunteers for Dune Stabilization Project Slated for Saturday, March 24th at TOBAY Beach
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Saladino, Johnson Seek Volunteers for Dune Stabilization Project Slated for Saturday, March 24th at TOBAY Beach

If you love visiting TOBAY Beach and want to help ensure that the shoreline remains as beautiful as ever, you can join Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino, Councilwoman Michele Johnson and numerous volunteers at the Annual TOBAY Beach Dune Stabilization Project, scheduled for Saturday, March 24th at 10:00 a.m.  Statistics indicate that the planting...

Active Shooter Awareness Program hosted by Saladino and Police
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Active Shooter Awareness Program hosted by Saladino and Police

Active Shooter Awareness Program Free to Public With the recent tragedy in Parkland, FL still touching our hearts and in our minds, Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino today announced that the Town Department of Public Safety – in partnership with the Nassau County Police Department – will host two Situational Awareness Lectures for residents...

Saladino: Registration Underway for LAXFEST Lacrosse Tournament
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Saladino: Registration Underway for LAXFEST Lacrosse Tournament

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino today announced that registration is underway for LAXFEST, a lacrosse tournament for boys PAL teams in grades 2 through 6.  The tournament begins Friday, July 20th and run through Sunday, July 22nd, with games being played at both John J. Burns Park and Field of Dreams in Massapequa. “Lacrosse...

Supervisor Saladino Issues Nor’easter Storm Alert
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Supervisor Saladino Issues Nor’easter Storm Alert

With high wind gusts, heavy rain and coastal flooding expected from a Nor’easter approaching Long Island, Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino advises residents to exercise caution, with the storm affecting the region this evening through Saturday.  The National Weather Service declared a High Wind Warning, with gusts forecasted up to 60mph. Residents are reminded...

Saladino Urges Residents to  Report Potholes on Town Roadways
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Saladino Urges Residents to Report Potholes on Town Roadways

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino today announced that residents may report potholes, which are common to all municipalities on Long Island at this time of year, to the Department of Highways at (516) 677-5757 between the hours of 7 am and 3 pm, Monday through Friday.  This hotline service is being provided to residents...