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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:

Mangano Announces Security Measures for the 2014 Long Island Marathon

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and Nassau County Police Department officials today announced the following security measures for the Long Island Marathon Weekend which will take place May 2nd through May 4th:

The security measures are as follows:

  • All vehicles at starting line and other staging areas must be credentialed and known in advance;

Mangano Announces Warming Centers

With snow and frigid temperatures hitting the region, Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today announced 19 warming center locations throughout the County. Residents are encouraged to contact these facilities for hours of operation:

GLEN COVE:
• Glen Cove Senior Center – 130 Glen Street, Glen Cove (Transport available for City residents). Tel: 516-759-9610

Mangano Reminds Residents of Warmbed Emergency Winter Shelter Program

With snow and frigid temperatures approaching Long Island, Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today announced that WARMBED, Nassau County’s Emergency Shelter Relief Program for homeless individuals and families during the winter months, is active. The Nassau County Winter Homeless Hotline operates 7 days a week and runs through March 31st, 2014. If winter conditions persist beyond March 31st, the program will continue until warmer weather arrives.

Mangano & Safe Kids Nassau County: Be safe on the Street While you Trick-or-Treat

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and the Nassau County Department of Health join Safe Kids Nassau County in promoting pedestrian safety awareness this Halloween. With the days getting shorter, children are likely to be trick-or-treating in the dark when it is harder for drivers to see them and the excitement of the holiday can make everyone less cautious.