Oyster Bay Town Councilman Joseph D. Muscarella reminds all civic organizations and Chambers of Commerce in the Town that they are welcome to be listed on, and linked to, the Town’s website, www.oysterbaytown.com.
“By listing civic organizations and Chambers of Commerce, residents in our communities have a handy resource for contacting the organizations that represent them through the Town’s website,” Councilman Muscarella said. “It also gives the organizations more exposure and an opportunity to expand their membership. Many civics and chambers already participate. Just go to our website, www.oysterbaytown.com, scroll down the directory on the left side of the homepage and click on ‘Community Resources to see the list.”
The Councilman went on to say that civic associations and Chambers of Commerce interested in being listed on the Town’s website should write a letter, on official stationery, listing the name of the civic or chamber; the president; a mailing address; a contact person, if different from the president; the phone number; and, if the organization has a website, the web address. The letter should be addressed to: Supervisor Joseph Saladino, Town Hall East, 54 Audrey Avenue, Oyster Bay, NY 11771.
“The Town’s goal is to have its website serve as a valuable resource to our residents by providing an on-line information hub that offers a wide range of information and news about our Town, as well as issues and events,” Councilman Muscarella said. “By adding civic associations and Chambers of Commerce, the Town is providing two important links for residents to their communities.”
The Councilman invites residents to visit the Town’s website to view information on all Town programs and events. “There is a wealth of information on our website,” Councilman Muscarella stated. “Along with the latest news releases, copies of Town brochures that can be printed, permit and license applications, a history of the Town, and biographical information on Town officials, the site contains a description of the various departments, programs and services, and lists of meeting dates, as well as the Town Code. The Town also posts closings and other important information during inclement weather. Additionally, you’ll find handy links to other useful websites. It’s a great way to stay informed about your Town government.”