Hempstead Town Board To Vote On Controversial Outsourcing ContractSupervisor Laura Gillen says Ana Maria Hurtado's contract with Alcott HR secured Hurtado a lucrative post-retirement job in violation of town and state ethics laws.
Hempstead Supervisor Calls For Probe Into Possible Corruption By Former Occupational Resources CommissionerA plush, post-retirement gig at the expense of innocent taxpayers. That's what one suburban town said it dug up on a former employee.
Hempstead Residents Dealing With Brown Water Will Have Direct Connection To Water Company Through Task ForceLong-suffering Hempstead residents dealing with brown water will soon have a direct connection to their water company.
State Funding Cuts Have Long Island Lawmakers ConcernedLawmakers on Long Island say funding cuts in the governor's budget came out of left field. They were not expecting to lose millions of dollars in money they say they have counted on from Albany for years.
Hempstead Town Supervisor Announces New Ethics Reform MeasuresAfter running on a platform of controversial ethical reforms, Laura Gillen on Monday proposed new anti-nepotism measures and banned political activity on town property.
Town Of Hempstead Supervisor Files Lawsuit Over Her Predecessor’s Controversial No-Layoff ClauseFormer GOP town supervisor Anthony Santino protected 192 town employees with appointments, transfers and promotions during his final days in office.
Fallout Grows Over Long Island Town's So-Called 'Patronage Amendment'On Tuesday, nearly 200 jobs became officially protected by the Republican supervisor who was voted out of office in November.
11th Hour Vote Passes Controversial Proposal To Protect So-Called Patronage Jobs In HempsteadMany taxpayers, and the newly elected Hempstead town supervisor, showed up to protest on Tuesday.
Democrat Wins Town Supervisor Seat In Longtime GOP Stronghold HempsteadIt's been a proving ground for Republican leaders like Alfonse D'Amato, but America's largest township is no longer in GOP hands.