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Drug Addiction Does Not Discriminate – The Real Truth

By Eden Laikin In addition to the more than 119 Nassau residents who died of Heroin and Opiate overdoses in 2013, Nassau police responded to at least another 821 non-fatal drug overdoses throughout the County last year – that’s an … Continue reading

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NASSAU OFFICIALS PARTICIPATE IN DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION EFFORTS IN LONG BEACH

Nassau County officials yesterday joined with members of the Long Beach Police Department for a roundtable discussion on the Heroin and pain pill epidemic, which has claimed the lives of 12 residents in the City by the Sea since January … Continue reading

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Mangano To Host Free Narcan Training Seminars For Families

In the continued war on prescription drug abuse and the heroin epidemic, Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today announced four free public Narcan training seminars where residents can learn how to administer a lifesaving antidote which can reverse the … Continue reading

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Mangano Announces Upcoming Free Life-Saving Trainings

By Eden Laikin Days after two young Long Beach residents died from apparent Heroin overdoses, Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and Legislator Denise Ford joined with the seaside community to discuss ways to fight the scourge. Mangano and Ford immediately … Continue reading

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Nassau Officials Attend Long Beach Rally to Fight Heroin Abuse

By Eden Laikin More than 50 concerned Long Beach residents came together today to discuss a plan of attack on the Heroin abuse crisis, days after 2 members of the community died of drug overdoses. Some attendees spoke about their … Continue reading

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Mangano Lauded for Efforts During Sandy

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano was honored in Long Beach this weekend for his work before, during and after Hurricane Sandy hit Nassau County. Members of the Bach Jewish Center in Long Beach bestowed the award on Mangano at … Continue reading

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MANGANO AND RED CROSS ANNOUNCE FREE MOLD REMOVAL KIT DISTRIBUTION TO ASSIST RESIDENTS

In an effort to assist Nassau County residents who may be experiencing a possible re-occurrence of mold in their flood-damaged homes, Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano will distribute mold removal kits at Disaster Recovery Centers in four south shore … Continue reading

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Help Your Neighbors – Nassau Hurricane Recovery Fund

By Eden Laikin Nearly 700 Nassau County residents have applied for financial assistance from the Nassau Hurricane Recovery Fund, since January, claiming they’re either uninsured or underinsured and cannot afford to rebuild or return to their storm-devastated homes. The fund, … Continue reading

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Mangano Announces Resources Available for Hurricane Sandy Victims

As Hurricane Sandy victims continue their struggle to rebuild, Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano announced a network of programs and financial assistance opportunities to assist residents while State and Federal programs are developed to help residents with Federal aid.  … Continue reading

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First Major Snowfall of 2013

By Eden Laikin Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano began preparations today for what could be the first major snowfall of 2013, with a possibility of 9-16 inches of snow by Saturday morning.  He alerted County personnel to what will most … Continue reading

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