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Mangano Announces Increased DWI Patrols on Nassau Roads for New Year’s Holiday

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and Nassau County Police Commissioner Thomas V. Dale announced today that this New Year’s weekend, the Nassau County Police Department will participate in a “STOP-DWI” program that will allocate additional police officers to conduct an extensive DWI enforcement initiative.

Mangano to Host Active Shooter Seminar for School Officials in Wake of Newtown Tragedy

With security stepped up and families throughout the nation still on the edge after the tragic Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today directed the Nassau County Police Department to host its fourth Active Shooter Seminar on January 7th at 9:00 a.m. at Adelphi University for all private and public schools, as well as large corporations and hospitals. An active shooter is defined as an armed person who has used deadly physical force on other persons and continues to do so while having unrestricted access to additional victims. This could include deadly physical force by means of a gun, knife, or other weapons.

Mangano and Bellone Welcome Hud Secretary Donovan to Long Island for Tour of Hurricane-Impacted Communities and to Discuss Community-Focused Redevelopment Efforts

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and Suffolk County Executive Steven Bellone today welcomed United States Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Shaun Donovan to Long Island. Secretary Donovan serves as the Obama Administration’s chair of the Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Task Force and took the opportunity today to meet with local stakeholders, following a tour of storm damaged communities, to discuss the issues facing businesses, housing, infrastructure, health and human welfare Post-Hurricane Sandy.

Mangano Partners with Local Hospitals to Address Hurricane Sandy Health Concerns

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and Health Commissioner Dr. Lawrence Eisenstein today announced a partnership with North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health Systems Department of Population Health and the Occupational and Environmental Medicine Center, Winthrop University Hospital Department of Occupational Health and Nassau University Medical Department of Occupational Health. These three hospitals have occupational health divisions which have expertise to field questions and concerns from residents regarding potential health problems associated with Hurricane Sandy.

Mangano Announces Post-Hurricane Sandy Assessment Stabilization Plan

In order to address the unprecedented and widespread property damage caused by Hurricane Sandy and recognizing that families and businesses are struggling to recover, Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today announced a Post-Hurricane Sandy Assessment Stabilization Plan to prevent large swings in assessed values and provide property owners with a process to report and document structural damages with the Department of Assessment (DOA).