Monthly Archives: November 2010

Mangano Announces New Additions to Bi-County Purchasing Consortium

By Eden Laikin Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today announced that 18 more Nassau County municipalities and school districts have expressed interest in being a part of the Long Island Intergovernmental Purchasing Council (LIPC) to help cut taxpayer costs … Continue reading

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Consolidating to Save

By Eden Laikin Nassau County Executive Edward P Mangano has begun a campaign to restructure and consolidate key administrative functions throughout the County as part of efforts to close Nassau’s $363 million gap. “We have proposed that several back-office functions … Continue reading

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Nassau stops leaks in Sea Cliff

By Eden Laikin Sea Cliff officials will soon be able to stop using buckets to catch water inside their Village offices, thanks to a financial boost from Nassau County to renovate the building. A $400,000 restoration project is finally expected … Continue reading

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Mangano brings affordable housing to Hempstead Village

By Eden Laikin Ninety-four low income families will soon be able to rent affordable apartments in Hempstead Village,  thanks to a project spearheaded by Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano. The project – which will be overseen by Nassau’s Office … Continue reading

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County officials work to make holiday shopping safer

By Eden Laikin Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano yesterday announced a holiday shopping safety initiative, outlining plans for increased police coverage at malls and commercial areas. Police patrols, including the Mounted Unit and the Bureau of Special Operations, will “intensify … Continue reading

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Nassau and Suffolk County Executives Stake Claim to $3 Billion in Federal Transportation Funding

By Eden Laikin County Executives Ed Mangano and Steve Levy joined forces today with Long Island Association (LIA) President Kevin Law and several labor officials in announcing the two counties’ bid for $3 billion of the $8.7 billion in federal … Continue reading

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Mangano Leads Economic Discussions at County Executive’s Association of America

Looks for ways to right-sizing government and foster economic growth Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today attended his first meeting of the County Executive’s Association of America (CEA) in Washington, D.C.  CEA, which is comprised of county executives from … Continue reading

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