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Oyster Bay to Save $1.4 Million in Energy Costs Through New LED Bulbs & Fixtures Installed in Town Halls

Oyster Bay to Save $1.4 Million in Energy Costs Through New LED Bulbs & Fixtures Installed in Town Halls

Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilwoman Michele Johnson announced today that taxpayers will save $1.4 million through the installation of energy efficient light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs and fixtures at its Town Hall facilities. Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilwoman Michele Johnson today announced that taxpayers will save $1.4 million through the installation of energy efficient light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs...

Plan Your February Winter Break Staycation in the Town of Oyster Bay!

Plan Your February Winter Break Staycation in the Town of Oyster Bay!

 Winter Recess Activities Available for Town Residents Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilman Joseph Muscarella offer children and families fun-filled activities for the February winter recess from school.  Beginning Saturday, February 17th through Sunday, February 25th the Town of Oyster Bay has fun-filled activities and events for residents of all ages. “During Presidents’ week when most schools are...

Councilman Macagnone Appointed to U.S. Green Building Council-Long Island Chapter

Councilman Macagnone Appointed to U.S. Green Building Council-Long Island Chapter

Oyster Bay Town Councilman Anthony Macagnone has been selected to serve as a board member of the United States Green Building Council-Long Island Chapter (USGBC-LI) where he will work to promote and create solutions that strengthen the balance between environmental, social, and economic prosperity here in the Long Island area. “I’m looking forward to lending my governmental and labor union...

Receiver Stefanich Reminds Residents Assessment Grievance Period Ends April 2nd

Oyster Bay Receiver of Taxes James J. Stefanich reminds taxpayers of their right to challenge their property tax assessment for the 2019-2020 property tax year.  Grievances may be filed with the Nassau County Assessment Review Commission during the “grievance period,” occurring January 2, 2018, to April 2, 2018. Receiver Stefanich stated, “Any taxpayer who feels an error has been made...

Saladino & Hand Bring Single Stream Recycling Program to Local School Districts

Saladino & Hand Bring Single Stream Recycling Program to Local School Districts

Win-Win Opportunity to Increase Revenue for Town & Reduce Costs for School District Further enhancing the successful Single Stream Recycling Program recently undertaken in the Town of Oyster Bay, Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilman Tom Hand this week announced that the Plainview-Old Bethpage School District will be the first to welcome the program at school facilities. “We are proud to...

Saladino, Muscarella Announce Interior Decorating, Art, Jewelry-Making & Zumba Classes Offered by Town

Saladino, Muscarella Announce Interior Decorating, Art, Jewelry-Making & Zumba Classes Offered by Town

Registration for Spring 2018 Workshop Enrichment Program Open Now through February 23rd Oyster Bay, NY – Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilman Joseph Muscarella announced today the Department of Community and Youth Services, Cultural and Performing Arts Division (CAPA) are offering exciting enrichment workshops for the spring 2018 season, and registration for all applications is open from now...

Town Announces Crackdown on Illegal Business Signs & Neon Lights Polluting Local Communities

Town Announces Crackdown on Illegal Business Signs & Neon Lights Polluting Local Communities

Supervisor Joseph Saladino (center), Councilman Tom Hand (left) and Councilman Louis Imbroto (second from right) today joined with civic leaders and the Hicksville Chamber of Commerce in announcing that Code Enforcement officials will begin a town-wide crackdown on the proliferation of illegal business signs. Continuing efforts in revitalizing downtown communities and addressing quality of life concerns expressed by local residents,...

Saladino, Johnson Partner with LI Cares to Host Local Pet Food Drive

Saladino, Johnson Partner with LI Cares to Host Local Pet Food Drive

Hunger Affects All Family Members, Including Pets Oyster Bay, NY – Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilwoman Michele Johnson announced today that the Town of Oyster Bay will participate in Long Island Cares’ 7th Annual Legislative Pet Food Drive Challenge.  The drive will take place during the months of February and March and focus on collecting for the...

Councilwoman Michele Johnson Announces Registration Dates for Upcoming Pilates Class

Councilwoman Michele Johnson Announces Registration Dates for Upcoming Pilates Class

Residents looking for a fun activity to keep themselves fit and active during the colder months are invited to register for the Town of Oyster Bay’s Pilates class, a 10-week program beginning on Saturday, March 3rd. The weekly sessions will be held Saturdays thereafter from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., according to Oyster Bay Town Councilwoman Michele M. Johnson. The...