Saladino, Macagnone Announce Plans for Turf Replacement at Syosset-Woodbury Community Park Field

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Saladino, Macagnone Announce Plans for Turf Replacement at Syosset-Woodbury Community Park Field

Saladino, Macagnone Announce Plans for Turf Replacement at Syosset-Woodbury Community Park Field

Widely-Used Athletic Field to Receive a Makeover  Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilman Anthony Macagnone are pleased to announce that the Town of Oyster Bay will be installing replacement turf at Syosset-Woodbury Community Park, which is expected to be completed for the spring sports season.  The Town will be removing and replacing the existing synthetic turf and infill,...

Saladino, Imbroto and Altadonna Demolish Zombie Homes

Saladino, Imbroto and Altadonna Demolish Zombie Homes

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino, Councilman Louis Imbroto and Town Clerk James Altadonna, Jr. today commenced demolition at two vacant “zombie” homes in Locust Valley.  After inspection, the Department of Planning and Development declared both homes an imminent danger to the safety and welfare of the residents in the surrounding neighborhood.  The Saladino administration and Town Quality of Life...

Saladino and Alesia Announce Second Public Workshop For Downtown Hicksville Revitalization Grant

Saladino and Alesia Announce Second Public Workshop For Downtown Hicksville Revitalization Grant

Public Input Sought on the Use of $10 Million State Grant Award in Downtown Hicksville Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilwoman Rebecca Alesia announce that residents will once again have an opportunity to provide input into the use of a $10 million New York State Downtown Revitalization Initiative Investment in Downtown Hicksville at the second scheduled public workshop,...

Saladino: Free Musical Performances At Local Libraries In December

Saladino:  Free Musical Performances At Local Libraries In December

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino announces that the Distinguished Artists Concert Series returns in December with two upcoming performances, offering residents free musical performances at local libraries during the holiday season. “I’m proud to provide residents with the very finest cultural and performing arts entertainment, all free of charge and held conveniently at local libraries throughout the Town,” said...

Councilman Hand Reminds Residents of Building Permit Amnesty Program Deadline of December 31st

Councilman Hand Reminds Residents of Building Permit Amnesty Program Deadline of December 31st

Oyster Bay Town Councilman Thomas Hand reminds residents that the deadline for building permit amnesty – designed to allow residents the time to obtain the necessary permits required on building improvements previously done to their homes without incurring stringent penalties – will end on December 31, 2017. Councilman Hand stated, “There are six weeks remaining for residents with existing, unpermitted...

Saladino, Muscarella Increase Commuter Parking at Massapequa LIRR Station

Saladino, Muscarella Increase Commuter Parking at Massapequa LIRR Station

Realignment of Parking Spaces Results in 50 Additional Permitted Spots for Commuters Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilman Joseph Muscarella announced this week that the Town Board recently approved plans to re-designate over 50 total parking spaces in the M-1 and M-11 parking fields in Massapequa as “Permit Parking Only” spaces, in response to resident inquiries for additional...

Saladino Announces First Public Workshop For Downtown Hicksville Revitalization Grant

Saladino Announces First Public Workshop For Downtown Hicksville Revitalization Grant

Public Input Sought on the Use of $10 Million NYS Grant Award in Downtown Hicksville Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino announces that the first public workshop to provide input into the use of the $10 million NYS Downtown Revitalization grant in Downtown Hicksville is scheduled for Thursday, November 9th, at the William P. Bennet Hicksville Community Center, located...

Saladino: Empire Center Awards Oyster Bay “Grade A” for Online Transparency and Accessibility

Saladino:  Empire Center Awards Oyster Bay “Grade A” for Online Transparency and Accessibility

Further solidifying its new reputation as a leader in online transparency and accessibility, Supervisor Joseph Saladino announced today that the Town of Oyster Bay has been awarded a Grade A as part of the Empire Center’s SeeThroughNY Local Government Website Report Card. The Empire Center, an independent non-profit think-tank dedicated to the ideals of effective and accountable government, graded websites...

Town Creates Quality of Life Task Force

Town Creates Quality of Life Task Force

In order to protect and preserve the quality of life throughout the Town of Oyster Bay and address on-going Town-wide issues with illegal housing, non-maintenance of property, and other quality of life concerns, Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino, Councilman Louis Imbroto, Councilman Tom Hand and Town Clerk James Altadonna announced the creation of a Quality of Life Task Force.  Officials joined...

Saladino Dedicates Centre Island Beach Field in Honor of Bayville Youth Athletic Advocate Al Staab

Saladino Dedicates Centre Island Beach Field in Honor of Bayville Youth Athletic Advocate Al Staab

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino, Town Councilwoman Michele M. Johnson, Town Councilman Thomas P. Hand and Town Councilman Louis B. Imbroto joined in dedicating a youth athletic field at Centre Island Beach in honor of Al Staab, a longtime resident of Bayville and a strong proponent and advocate of local youth athletics. Supervisor Saladino stated, “This athletic field will...