Riverhead Legislative Auditorium Suffolk County Legislature Evans K. Griffing Building 300 Center Drive Riverhead, New York 11901 Ph: (631) 852-1700 STEPHEN RUTH will be addressing the same group of legislators who voted YES for the cameras,.
9/11 Ceremony All Welcome
Location: 9/11 Memorial Site, Tesla St. & Rt. 25A Shoreham
Start Date: 09/11/2015
Duration:7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
The Rocky Point Fire Department 9/11 Memorial Committee would like to invite the communities of Rocky Point & Shoreham to our 14th Annual 9/11 Memorial Ceremony.
This Ceremony will be taking place on Friday, September 11th at 7:00pm at the 9/11 Community Memorial site which is located on the corner of Route 25A and Tesla St. in Shoreham ( next to the Shoreham Firehouse).
Lite Refreshments will be served after the Ceremony.
Please spread the word too come out to the Ceremony in Memory of those we have Lost
The Ceremony will be LIVE Streamed world wide again by Kevin Wood of LocalNews.com
We Will Never Forget
Photos: Tom Lambui www.LiHotShots.smugmug.com
OF COURSE YOU SHOULD BE AT THE 65th Annual Rocky Point Miller Place Parade! But if you can't physically be there! Join us here for the LIVE STREAM! Share with a friend below! We will go live at around 1pm on March 15, 2015!
Want to sponsor this stream? Text 631-228-8039
LIVE STREAM: NY Gubernatorial Candidate Rob Astorino Joins Brookhaven Supervisor Ed Romaine on Job Creation and Re-purposing property
Republican NYS Gubernatorial Candidate, Rob Astorino joined Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine and other local Republican elected officials on Monday, May 19 at 11 a.m. to speak about the need to help local businesses grow and create jobs.
The press conference took place at formerly vacant shopping center that is being adaptively re-used to promote redevelopment in commercial corridors, rather than on vacant land, in order to protect and preserve the environment. Also present were Kevin LaValle, Jane Bonner and the property owner, Parviz Farahzad. See LIVE PRESS CONFERENCE.
With the recent events of Irene and Super Storm Sandy, much attention and economic aid has become available to address long-standing environmental issues that we have been facing within our vulnerable shorelines and South Shore estuaries. A vital part of our future resiliency relies on the health of our bays and wetlands, and a major part of that health depends on the quality of water that our regional tributaries contribute to these waterways. As SPLASH has adopted a major role of education on storm water, it is most appropriate that as a sponsor of this meeting, our friends and fellow stakeholders - who play important roles in promoting a healthy environment.
We would also like to take this opportunity to interest prospective investors and collaborators – public and private – to help fund the revitalization and construction of a Long Island Maritime Educational Center at the SPLASH building. Renovations, renderings and plans will be unveiled publicly at this event. Capital investment funding is needed to accomplish our goals and move our already successful programs forward to become ever more encompassing.
We are looking forward to future collaborations and representations from EPA, NY DEC, USGS, LI Aquarium and the Riverhead Foundation - just to name a few. Continued affiliations with local universities like Adelphi, Hofstra and Stony Brook University would be further enriched by this unique South Shore location on the Nautical Mile.
Learn more, get involved here
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LIVE STREAM: OVER 1,000 NASSAU COUNTY POLICE AND COUNTY WORKERS TO PROTEST OVER GOVERNMENTAL WAGE FREEZE TODAY
MINEOLA, NY (March 10, 2014) – Nassau County PBA President James Carver, Nassau County Superior Officers Union President Brian Hoesl, Nassau County Detectives Association President Glenn T. Ciccone, Nassau County Correction Officers Union President John Jaronczyk and Nassau CSEA Local President Jerry Laricchiuta will join over 1,000 police and municipal workers in a protest and rally being held today at 5pm over the governmental wage freezes.
The Nassau County Financial Control Board (NIFA Nassau Interim Financial Authority) has frozen police and county workers wages since 2011. The workers are entering there forth year of a wage freeze. The Nassau County work force has been reduced in the last several years. The workers will be joined by fellow union and family members. Over 8,000 governmental employees are affected by the wage freeze.
The protest will start prior to the Nassau Interim Financial Authorities Board meeting
TODAY, March 10, 2014 at 5PM at the Long Island Marriott Hotel in Uniondale.
Seen LIVE STREAMED HERE
LIVE STREAM of first ever LONGISLANDOBAMACARE.COM Seminar
NEW SITE AND UPCOMING SEMINARS TO HELP LONG ISLANDERS NAVIGATE HEALTHCARE ROLL OUT ISSUES, OFFER ADVICE AND SOLUTIONS
NEW YORK (FEBRUARY 24, 2014) - LongIslandObamacare.com is the new informational, fact based, non partisan site for Long Islanders trying to navigate through the new world order of heath insurance, created by local experts in the field. Jason Samel, Founder and spokesperson of LongIslandObamacare.com and Owner/Executive Vice President of JayMar Insurance Agency will be offering solutions and comments on the subject through an exclusive free seminar series, available to any group who is looking for a fact based education on all things the Affordable Care Act/Obamacare, happening through the New York City and Long island areas through 2014.
The founders of LongIslandObamacare.com have served hundreds of individuals and Small Business's over the past 3 years on all things the Affordable Care Act. Jason Samel, and his company JayMar Insurance Agency have successfully overcome the countless issues that continue to arise from the state and the Insurance Carriers, and aims to bring that knowledge to you.
Jason, who is also a social and environmental activist remarked, “Unfortunately our government, as well as the insurance carriers completely dropped the ball, not only on the technical roll out of Obamacare but even more importantly on educating the public on all things necessary for consumers and business owners to make informed decisions on their healthcare. LongIslandObamacare.com intends to do everything in our power to fight this major issue for our communities by giving free educational seminars. We operate on the tenancy that the best way to create a better society around you is by giving them knowledge, as knowledge and education throughout history has proven to be the strongest tool to create strong and meaningful positive social change. "
What makes Mr Samel a uniquely qualified expert on the subject of Heathcare reform? Since starting their agency over 3 years ago, and with 48 years of combined experience in the insurance field Jason and his partner and father Mark Samel have made their primary focus to know all things about the ever changing rules of the Affordable Care Act. Jason is licensed to sell Life and Health products, Property and Casualty insurance, and additionally is certified by New York State to sell insurance products in both the Individual Marketplace, and SHOP Exchange for Small Business’s on the New York State Of Health, New York’s Online Health Insurance Exchange.
Mr Samel continued, "To make matters more confusing for the consumer each media source puts their own slant on the facts, leaving our communities riddled with confusion.This is why we developed our 100% free seminar series for Long Islanders and beyond. LongIslandObamacare.com cuts through the BS that everyone hears about the act, we don't get political and we only speak on facts."
NASSAU COUNTY EXECUTIVE INAUGURAL CELEBRATION HONORABLE EDWARD P. MANGANO
BETHPAGE HIGH SCHOOL
CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
BETHPAGE, NEW YORK
...because there’s no place like home
INAUGURAL CEREMONY - JANUARY 2, 2014, 10 AM
Superintendent, Bethpage High School
MASTER OF CEREMONIES
HONORABLE WILLIAM M. SAVINO
Nassau County Police Dept. Color Guard & Pipe and Drum Band
Nassau County Fire Marshal Benevolent Association
Vietnam Veterans of America
Bethpage High School Senior Class President
MOST REVEREND WILLIAM FRANCIS MURPHY
Bishop of the Diocese of Rockville Centre
"March" from "English Folk Song Suite"
by Ralph Vaughan Williams
Bethpage High School Band directed by Mr. James Stehlik
President of the Long Island Association
HONORABLE ANDREW M. CUOMO
New York State Governor
HONORABLE DEAN G. SKELOS
New York State Senate Majority Leader
Introduced by Honorable Norma L. Gonsalves,
Presiding Officer Nassau County Legislature
HONORABLE ALFONSE M. D’AMATO
United States Senator
Introduced by Shila Shah-Gavnoudias, Commissioner Public Works
MUSICAL SELECTION - “Nessun Dorma”
HONORABLE CHARLES E. SCHUMER
United States Senator
Introduced by Melvin Harris, NAACP Hempstead Branch, President
REV. SALVADOR GARCIA
President of the Hispanic Pastoral Association
Introduced by Jimmy Perez, Hispanic Clergy Liaison
MUSICAL SELECTION - “You Raise Me Up”
Chief Deputy County Executive
OATH OF OFFICE
HONORABLE THOMAS FEINMAN
Nassau County Supreme Court
HONORABLE EDWARD P. MANGANO
Nassau County Executive
RABBI MORDECAI KAMENETZKY
Dean, Yeshiva of South Shore, Hewlett
RABBI YACKOV SAACKS
Dix Hills Jewish Chai Center
“THE RIVER OF DREAMS”
Performed by the Antioch Cathedral Mass Choir
Introduced by Rev. Dr. Phillip Elliot, Antioch Church
END OF PROGRAM
Special thanks to the following
BETHPAGE SCHOOL DISTRICT
Terrence Clark, Superintendent of Schools
Bethpage High School Band & Jazz Quartet
Board of Education
SAN REMO BAKERY
NASSAU COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT
NASSAU COUNTY FIRE MARSHAL BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION
BETHPAGE FIRE DEPARTMENT
VIETNAM VETERANS OF AMERICA
AND TO ALL OF YOU FOR BEING A PART OF THIS SPECIAL DAY!
WISHING EVERYONE A HEALTHY, HAPPY & PROSPEROUS 2014!
If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself. - Henry Ford
12/21/13 Evacuated residents have returned to an East Islip nursing home where authorities said smoke had filled part of the building. Firefighters were searching about 5 p.m. for the source of the fire that prompted officials at the Momentum at South Bay for Rehabilitation and Nursing at 340 East Main St. to evacuate the second floor.
Shortly before 6 p.m., an employee of the home who would not identify herself came out and said, "No comment, we're trying to get all the residents settled." -- Ted Phillips