What is the Nassau County News Network?

In an effort to keep Nassau residents informed about county government, Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano launched the Nassau News Network – the County’s own news service.  Reporting from the County seat, the Nassau County News Network will provide readers with a look at government from the inside out.

Eden Laikin is the Network’s leading writer.  Laikin, an award-winning former Newsday reporter, spent the last three of her 22-years at the newspaper covering the Town of Hempstead’s government and its many diverse communities.  Today, Laikin serves as Director of Government Research for the County Executive.

Residents interested in having a discussion about moving Nassau County forward, can log on and comment on stories at www.nassaucountynewsnetwork.com

Visit www.nassaucountynewsnetwork.com for event information, news from one of Nassau County’s 47 departments, legislative affairs and important policies developed by the Mangano administration.

One Response to What is the Nassau County News Network?

  1. Liz Schoepfer says:

    On Friday, September 10, 2010, The Martin-Lehrer Foundation, a nonprofit organization that generously donates to charities, hospitals, schools and foundations throughout the year, is hosting a gala to honor Dr. Frederick Wetzel, RN, Ph.D., who has dedicated the last 30 years of his life to helping those with developmental disabilities. The event is taking place at the Oheka Castle in Huntington. I was wondering if you had any advice on who I should contact to get proclamations? I have already contacted Mr. Mangano, Levine, Johnson and Wink. Do you have a contact for the Nassau County Department of Disabilities? Please get back to me by email at eschoepfer@gmail.com. I look forward to any assistance you can give me with this event.
    Thanks!

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