Town of Hempstead
An attorney for a 21-year veteran deputy finance commissioner for the Town of Hempstead announced a legal claim Wednesday, alleging that age, sex and ethnic discrimination were the reason he was fired.
You’ve probably seen them in the waters off of Long Island and were not sure what they were. Bay houses, some of them over a hundred years old, are seeing their numbers dwindle.
Officials said a photo of a monkey labeled “Jimmy’s baby picture” was found on a bulletin board at a Hempstead highway facility in Levittown.
Officials on Long Island continue to push for laws requiring businesses to install carbon monoxide detectors following the death of a restaurant manager over the weekend.
The Hempstead Town Board voted uananimously Tuesday for a law that targets property owners who attract many birds with large amounts of food.
Despite an especially frigid and snowy winter, a surplus of salt has helped the Town of Hempstead with its snow budget for this year.
Town officials have told a Baldwin homeowner that the home now requires a sprinkler system.
A public hearing on the proposal will be held Dec. 10.
The electronic signs display a driver’s speed as they go by. They’re posted below the signs alerting drivers that the speed limit in a school zone is 15 mph.
Hempstead Town zoning legislation would allow both Roosevelt Field Mall and Green Acres Mall to expand.
Osprey habitats on Long Island were ripped apart by Superstorm Sandy, and now, the birds have taken up residence in the most unusual places.
A celebration was held Saturday after a new bulkhead was built to protect shorefront homes in Bay Park, Long Island.
Emergency service officers eventually tranquilized the dogs using a dart, police said. The pit bulls then were returned home and then removed by the Town of Hempstead Animal Control.
Oceanside contractor Mark Rauch is accused of doctoring a Town of Hempstead mailing that portrayed him as authorized to expedite building permits for Sandy repair work.
A local private company that processes building permits for homeowners is apparently trying to pull a fast one on Sandy victims who are working to rebuild their homes, Town Supervisor Kate Murray said.