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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 Red Cross Announce Free Mold Removal Kit Distribution to Assist Residents

American Red Cross

In an effort to assist Nassau County residents who are being impacted by mold caused by water damage from Hurricane Sandy, Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano will distribute mold removal kits at Disaster Recovery Centers in four south shore communities. The kits contain basic items necessary to ensure that mold is eliminated and does not reoccur. It is important to note that in some cases of mold cleanup, professional services may be required for successful remediation.

Mangano Joins “Veterans Stand Down”

Just days before Thanksgiving Day, Nassau County’s annual winter “Veterans Stand Down” provided hot meals, free clothing and financial benefit services to more than 125 men and women who served in our nation’s armed forces.

Mangano Shows Leadership in Wake of Irene

Hurricane Irene Clean-up

As Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano continued to assess the damage in the wake of Hurricane Irene, he stopped to thank County employees that helped out during the weekend event; and he warned all residents that over 100 still non-functioning traffic lights make travel along busy roadways and intersections, dangerous.