Saladino: Town Partners with LI Cares to Collect School Supplies for Disadvantaged Students

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Saladino: Town Partners with LI Cares to Collect School Supplies for Disadvantaged Students

Saladino: Town Partners with LI Cares to Collect School Supplies for Disadvantaged Students

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino announced today that the Town of Oyster Bay will participate in Long Island Cares’ School Supply Drive.  The drive, which takes place during the months of July and August, collects new and gently used school supplies for disadvantaged students. “Children are our most precious resource and together we can help make the beginning of...

Syosset Park Development – Independent Testing

FORMER SYOSSET LANDFILL 1981: Gas Venting Trench Installation – The Town of Oyster Bay (Town) installed a gas venting trench along the property line in the vicinity of the South Grove Elementary School and performed monitoring of wells installed on each side of the trench for combustible gas (methane). This continued until the Remedial Action Construction when perimeter/property line gas...

Saladino, Muscarella Urge Residents to Help Fulfill Blood Shortage by Donating on August 2nd

Saladino, Muscarella Urge Residents to Help Fulfill Blood Shortage by Donating on August 2nd

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilman Joseph Muscarella today announced that the Town will host a Blood Drive on Thursday, August 2nd, to help hospitals meet the ongoing and pressing need for blood donations.  The Blood Drive will take place between 9am and 3pm at Town Hall North (54 Audrey Avenue, Oyster Bay) and between 9:30am and 3:30pm...

Town Breaks Ground at New Education Annex at Historic Raynham Hall

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 the ability to educate our...

Town Reunites Drowning Victim With Heroic Lifeguards who Saved her

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 gone into distress,” Supervisor Saladino...

Saladino Announces Hicksville Revitalization Projects to Increase Transportation Access Improve Walkability Attract New Housing Opportunities

Saladino Announces Hicksville Revitalization Projects to Increase Transportation Access Improve Walkability  Attract New Housing Opportunities

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino today announced that after six planning committee meetings and three public workshops offered to embrace the vision of our residents, Governor Andrew Cuomo awarded nearly $10 million in Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) awards funds to four transformational projects for downtown Hicksville.  The projects, nominated by the Downtown Hicksville Revitalization Local Planning Committee, will support...

Supervisor Signs Executive Order Restricting Speed in Oyster Bay Harbor for July 4th

Supervisor Signs Executive Order Restricting Speed in Oyster Bay Harbor for July 4th

Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino signed an Executive Order to restrict the speed limit for boaters and personal water craft operators not to exceed 5 mph throughout the harbor from 6 p.m. through midnight on the July 4th holiday. This order is put in place to protect the safety and welfare of all who enjoy the harbor for the holiday....

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

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.  From new restrooms to new...

Town Fulfills Pledge to Protect Quality of Life as Zombie Home Comes Down in Farmingdale

Town Fulfills Pledge to Protect Quality of Life as Zombie Home Comes Down in Farmingdale

Further demonstrating the Town’s commitment to protecting quality of life in local communities, Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino, Councilman Louis Imbroto and Town Clerk James Altadonna Jr. joined local residents in celebrating the demolition of an abandoned home in Farmingdale. The Supervisor and Town officials were joined by several neighbors and new homeowner Phil Schupler, whose company P&G...