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Mangano and American Red Cross Urge Residents to Prepare for Hurricane Season

Pictured (left to right) are: Chris Kutner, Red Cross Board Chair; Suffolk County FRES Commissioner Joe Williams; Long Island Red Cross CEO John Miller; Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone; Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano; Nassau County OEM Commissioner Craig Craft; Nassau County Chief Fire Marshal Scott Tusa.

Pictured (left to right) are: Chris Kutner, Red Cross Board Chair; Suffolk County FRES Commissioner Joe Williams; Long Island Red Cross CEO John Miller; Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone; Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano; Nassau County OEM Commissioner Craig Craft; Nassau County Chief Fire Marshal Scott Tusa.

With the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season beginning June 1st, Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and the American Red Cross urge all residents to update or develop their Family Emergency Plan, Emergency Go-Kit and Family & Friends Sheltering Plan.

Mangano and O’Connell Honor Claire Millman as Nassau County’s Senior Woman of the Year

Claire Millman

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and Nassau County Clerk Maureen O’Connell announced today that Claire Millman is Nassau County’s 2014 Senior Woman of the Year. Mrs. Claire Millman was presented an award at the 40th Annual May Luncheon/Conference in Observance of Older Americans Month on May 20th. Mrs. Millman represented Nassau County in Albany at the 2014 Senior Citizens Day Celebration and Awards Ceremony on May 6th.

Mangano Issues Food Safety Tips in Advance of Memorial Day Weekend

As the warm weather and the Memorial Day weekend approaches, Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and Health Commissioner Dr. Lawrence Eisenstein remind residents that while warm weather is a perfect time to barbecue, enjoy outdoor dining and go on picnics, it also presents opportunities for foodborne bacteria to thrive. Temperature and time, as well as personal hygiene, are critical factors that can lead to foodborne diseases. To protect yourself, your family and friends from foodborne diseases, Nassau County Department of Health recommends the following: