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Mangano Administration Receives $50K Award from State to Enhance Child Protective Services

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today announced that New York State Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) awarded Child Protective Services (CPS), a program within the Department of Social Services (DSS), a $50,000 grant to enhance service delivery to children and families. This money is being used to acquire mobile technology, which will improve communications between CPS workers and their supervisors and most notably, allow CPS workers to better assist families in locating neighborhood resources.

Statement from Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano on the Passing of Joseph Pascarella, Sr.

“It is with a heavy heart that I announce the passing of Nassau County Veterans Service Agency Executive Director Joseph Pascarella, Sr. A Korean War veteran who served in the United States Marine Corps. for 28 years, Joe led the Nassau County Veterans Service Agency with the same pride, distinction and patriotism in which he served our nation. His leadership resulted in our hometown heroes receiving an unprecedented level of benefits, new veteran housing and improved programs for all veterans. Joe will forever be remembered as a loving husband, father, grandfather and patriot. The thoughts and prayers of my wife Linda and I are with Joe’s wife, Marion, their five children and eight grandchildren.”

Mangano to Help New York Community Bancorp Create and Retain 500+ Local Jobs

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today announced the Nassau Industrial Development Agency’s (NCIDA) approval of an economic development compact that will allow New York Community Bancorp to keep 463 current jobs in Nassau County that might have been shifted out-of-state and create 80 new private sector jobs. The compact will generate approximately $870 million in new economic benefit to the local economy.

Mangano Opens Transit Oriented Affordable Rental Opportunities in Hempstead

Pictured with County Executive Mangano are: Hempstead Mayor Wayne Hall; Hempstead Village Trustees Donald L. Ryan and Luis Figueroa; Dan Bythewood, Jr., Alicia Bythewood and Dan Bythewood Sr, from LaCite Development, LLC.; Marilyn Singh, Village Loft’s first renter; Henry Holley of the Town of Hempstead Housing Authority; Frank Socci, NAI Long Island; Barbara Becker and Anthony Eserno of TD Bank; and Eli R. Dubinsky, PE, President Dubinsky Consulting Engineers, PC.

Pictured with County Executive Mangano are: Hempstead Mayor Wayne Hall; Hempstead Village Trustees Donald L. Ryan and Luis Figueroa; Dan Bythewood, Jr., Alicia Bythewood and Dan Bythewood Sr, from LaCite Development, LLC.; Marilyn Singh, Village Loft’s first renter; Henry Holley of the Town of Hempstead Housing Authority; Frank Socci, NAI Long Island; Barbara Becker and Anthony Eserno of TD Bank; and Eli R. Dubinsky, PE, President Dubinsky Consulting Engineers, PC.


Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today officially opened Village Lofts, a 29-unit transit-oriented rental development in the Village of Hempstead. This new housing opportunities, located at 479 Front Street, contain 23 (80%) workforce housing units and 6 (20%) affordable housing units. Village Loft is one of several residential

Statement from Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano on Nelson Mandela

“Yesterday, the world lost an inspirational leader who left an enduring and auspicious mark on South Africa and beyond, Nelson Mandela. In accordance with the Presidential Proclamation concerning his passing, issued on December 5, 2013, I have ordered that flags on all Nassau County government buildings be flown at half-staff from Friday, December 6, 2013 until sunset, December 9, 2013, in honor of and as a sign of respect for the memory of Nelson Mandela.”

Mangano to Help New York Community Bancorp Create and Retain 500+ Local Jobs

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today announced the Nassau Industrial Development Agency’s (NCIDA) approval of an economic development compact that will allow New York Community Bancorp to keep 463 current jobs in Nassau County that might have been shifted out-of-state and create 80 new private sector jobs. The compact will generate approximately $870 million in new economic benefit to the local economy.