Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano

  1. 9-17-15 | Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano led a panel discussion on the topic of Minority and Women-owned Businesses, alongside participants from the Caribbean Business Center of Long Island, the Hempstead Chamber of Commerce, Nassau County Office of Minority Affairs and the Nassau County Industrial Development Agency.

    The event – a networking seminar – was held at the African American Museum in Hempstead on Thursday, September 18.

    County Executive Mangano began his remarks by referring to small businesses as the backbone of Nassau County’s economy.

    “Our mission is simple, we need to create and keep jobs here in Nassau,” he said. “It is important that government assist local small businesses in any way possible as they help create the jobs needed to rebuild our economy and put people back to work.”

    Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and the Nassau County Office of Minority Affairs in collaboration with the New Millennium Development, Suffolk County and the State University of New York announced the 2015 Long Island Community and Economic Development Conference to take place on September 24th, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Crest Hollow Country Club located in Woodbury.

    Dr Phillip Elliott explains the benefits of one attending the conference.

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  2. 9-29-15 | PRSS CONFERENCE: Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and former United States Olympic Coach and Korean-American Businessman Grand Master Yeon Hwan Park today announced that the 2015 New York Open Taekwondo Championships and Korean Cultural Festival will be held on Saturday, October 17th beginning at 9:00 a.m.at Nassau County’s Mitchel Athletic Complex, located at 1 Charles Lindbergh Blvd. in Uniondale. Proceeds from the event will benefit The Girl Scouts of Nassau County.

    “I am grateful to Grand Master Y.H. Park for his continued generosity in helping our youth,” said County Executive Mangano. “The Girl Scouts of Nassau County builds courage, confidence, and character while making our community and the world a better place.”

    The goal for the 2015 New York Open Taekwondo Championships is to uphold a level of expertise as an Olympic sport and promote the beautiful Korean culture. The tournament consists of competitions in forms, pairs forms, sparring, board breaking, weapons and team demo competition. The organization prides itself in using taekwondo as a tool to bring together and embrace the different cultures of the world, regardless of race and creed, hence their philosophy: “Taekwondo, One Family One Vision.”

    Highlighting this year’s event will be a special guest appearance by movie star and martial artist, Phillip Rhee. This exciting sports and cultural event will feature seminars prior to and during the festival, which include Korean style food, Korean cultural performances, the Korean Percussion team and a traditional Korean sushi making demonstration.

    This event is recognized by the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) and sanctioned by the U.S. Taekwondo Leaders Union. In addition to being supported by Nassau County and Taekwondo Leader’s Union, the event is sponsored by Flushing Bank, Dynamic Martial Arts Supply, The Korean Cultural Service of NY, Taekwondo Promotion Foundation, Korean Tourism Organization and Korean Cuisine Globalization Committee of East Coast, USA.

    Proceeds from prior tournaments have benefited The Safe Center LI, North Shore Child and Family Guidance Center and the Hurricane Recovery Fund.

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  3. 9-30-15 | PRESS CONFERENCE: Edward P. Mangano and North Shore-LIJ Health Systems President & CEO Michael Dowling announced plans for local veterans to fill more than 1,500 open positions in the health care system or in one of the 21 hospitals or 450 ambulatory and physician practices owned by North Shore-LIJ.

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  4. 9-30-15 | WOODBURY - Crest Hollow Country Club | September 30, 2015
    Nassau County Executive attended an Induction Ceremony for the Nassau County High School Athletics HOF Class of 2015 held on Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at the Crest Hollow Country Club.

    The 2015 class is composed of 28 inductees; including nine administrators, nine coaches, six athletes, two contributors and two officials. Inductees include the likes of NFL fullback/greatest high school athlete Jim Brown, 20-time County Champion field hockey coach Diane Chapman and the winningest high school football coach in New York State, Bethpage’s Howard Vogts. These inductees have spent their lives working in, promoting and advocating to their community, students, athletes, team mates, and colleagues the importance of interscholastic sports.

    Nassau County High School Athletics HOF Induction Process:
    Nominees must exemplify the high standards of sportsmanship, ethical conduct and moral character. Longevity, without meaningful countywide impact, does not constitute appropriate credentials for Nassau County High School Athletics HOF consideration.

    The categories of athlete, coach, contest official, administrator and related contributor are included on the nomination form for expediency in understanding the primary area in which an individual is to be considered for his or her achievements in interscholastic athletics. All candidates for the Nassau County High School Athletics HOF must be at least 35 years of age prior to December 1st of the applicable year in order to be considered for induction.

    Nominees for the Nassau County High School Athletics Hall of Fame undergo a two-step process before being selected for induction. The 10 member Screening Committee determines which candidates are worthy of consideration and forwarded to the five member Selection Committee or placed in the “Hold for the Future Consideration” category. This category means a nominee may be considered again for induction for two consecutive years.

    The Nassau County High School Hall of Fame will be governed by the Hall of Fame Advisory Committee. The Advisory Committee consists of the Section VIII Executive Director, Nina Van Erk; Section VIII Male Vice President, Patrick Pizzarelli, CAA, Asst. Supt./Athletic Director, Lawrence Public Schools; Section VIII Female Vice President, Dawn Cerrone, Athletic Director, Garden City Public Schools; Media Representative, Carl Reuter; Sport Official Representative, Thomas O’Connor; and Nassau County Representative, Joseph Cairo. The Advisory Committee will be responsible for any changes to the Policies and Operating Procedures of the Hall of Fame.

    For more information on the Nassau County High School Athletics Hall of Fame, please call (516) 396-2488 or visit nassauboces.org/Page/6523

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  5. 7-30-15 | LEVITTOWN, NY - Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano was joined today by Legislator Dennis Dunne and the Superintendent of Island Trees School District Dr. Charles Murphy in announcing plans to create an emergency shelter for families of first responders at Island Trees High School in Levittown.

    County Executive Mangano stated, “The creation of this emergency shelter provides our first responders with peace of mind that loved ones are safe and secure while they protect impacted communities during tropical or winter storms, or other life threatening events. I thank County Legislator Dennis Dunne, the Island Trees Board of Education and Superintendent Dr. Charles Murphy for their enthusiastic cooperation in making this much needed shelter plan a reality.”

    The agreement between Nassau County and the Island Trees School District will enable families of first responders to be located at a safe central location during a declared emergency. This shelter only becomes operational once there is a declared emergency necessitating residential evacuations. Island Trees High School is an ideal shelter location as it is located in central Nassau County, away from vulnerable shorelines with excellent access to main roads and major thoroughfares.

    “Island Trees is the perfect home for this emergency shelter,” said Legislator Dunne. “Its’ central Nassau location allows our hardworking policemen, firemen, AMTs and CERT volunteers the ability to do their jobs knowing that their families are safe and close by.”

    The 2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season began on June 1st, with a peak season from mid-August to late October. Nassau County residents know all too well the threats posed by Hurricane Season. Now is the time to prepare. Many resources are available for residents, including the free NassauNow mobile app for smartphones and tablets. Nassau County reminds residents to:

    · Create and/or update your Family Emergency Plan.

    · Develop a Family & Friends Sheltering Plan in the event they are asked to evacuate their home.

    · Familiarize yourself with Evacuation Routes from Coastal Evacuation Areas.

    · Assemble an Emergency Go-Kit, keep it by their front door in a duffel bag and include enough supplies for everyone in the household for 5 days.

    · Safeguard your pets by preparing a Pet Go-Kit.

    For more information, please visit the Nassau County Office of Emergency Management (OEM) at nassaucountyny.gov/OEM

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