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April 27, 2017
Politics
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Supporters of change in the government of the Town of Oyster Bay gathered on Wednesday holding signs —“There is something rotten in Oyster Bay” and “Prevent corruption in Oyster Bay” — to … more
There’s a new sheriff in the Town of Oyster Bay — well, actually there are six. The members of a new ethics board were introduced by Supervisor Joseph Saladino at a Feb. 28 news conference, along … more
Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino is up before the sun rises and on the phone by 6:30 a.m. with his deputy supervisor, Gregory W. Carman, Jr. And Saladino can often be found still working … more
Since former State Assemblyman Joseph Saladino took the oath of office to serve the Town of Oyster Bay as its supervisor, he has said often, “It is a new day for Oyster Bay.” That has been … more
When the National Weather Service upgraded its Feb. 9 forecast for Long Island to a blizzard warning, that meant that more snow would fall than originally predicted, and with winds expected to blow … more
State Assemblyman Joseph Saladino, of Massapequa, was sworn in Tuesday as the Town of Oyster Bay’s new supervisor. He replaces John Venditto, who is facing federal corruption charges and resigned … more
Assemblyman Joseph Saladino, of Massapequa, was sworn in today as the Town of Oyster Bay’s new supervisor. He replaces John Venditto, who is facing federal corruption charges and resigned on Jan. … more
State Assemblyman Joseph Saladino (R-Massapequa) used the public comment portion of Tuesday’s Oyster Bay Town Board meeting to announce his candidacy for town supervisor. He had spoken with board … more
One day after Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States, women, men and children by the hundreds of thousands descended on Washington, D.C., New York City and more than … more
The absence of a councilman and councilwoman led to an adjournment of today's emergency meeting of the Oyster Bay Town Board, who scheduled the meeting less than 24 hours prior to consider the … more
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