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Delia commends Kevin Greenstein for his efforts to assist people with disabilities to vote

Kevin Greenstein, a Port Washington resident has a strong interest in public service and policy and uses those interests to speak up for people with disabilities. Kevin, a graduate of Port Washington High School, met with democratic leadership to extend the use of the lever voting machines. Kevin explained the difficulties of filling in the bubbles for people with […]

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Property Tax Exemption Workshops

Legislator DeRiggi-Whitton is sponsoring two upcoming Property Tax Exemption workshops. During these sessions, Delia and representatives from the Assessment Review Commission will explain your assessment, how to challenge it and how the process works. You can help speed up the processing of you application by bringing an EXTRA copy of your current tax bill, current Income […]

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Nassau County’s Flawed Contract Process

Accused of bringing the government to a grinding halt for a political agenda by the Administration, Leg. DeRiggi-Whitton said The Majority are being “obstructionists” to contracting reforms. “We are not going to put more money into a contracting process that we think is flawed,” Delia said. There has been a tremendous amount of press over the […]

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Sponsor a Child for Glen Cove’s EOC Summer Youth Program

Leg. DeRiggi-Whitton is proud to sponsor a child for this year’s Glen Cove EOC Summer Youth Program. For only $400, she will enable a child to enjoy six weeks of summer fun, including field trips, sports and other recreation, arts & crafts, snacks & lunch and other fun activities. Please see the flyer below for […]

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Photos From Narcan Training on June 1st, 2016

Last Wednesday, at Paul D. Schreiber High School Legislator DeRiggi-Whitton along with members of the Port Washington Police Department and other community members lead a program training residents how to use Narcan to save someone from an overdose from an opioid. It was a successful night! Be sure to check http://www.nassaucountyny.gov for future Narcan training programs. It could […]

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Scudder’s Pond Revitalization

  Delia was thrilled to be able to secure Nassau County grant funding to help the Village of Sea Cliff with its $2.6 million Scudder’s Pond clean-up. The Village of Sea Cliff (as lead agency for the Hempstead Harbor Protection Committee)  is now close to completion of the Scudders Pond Improvement Project.  This project carries […]

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Glen Cove Council of PTAs Scholarship Event

Honoring Glen Cove Educators The Glen Cove Council of PTAs held its Annual Community Scholarship Fund Event at the Swan Club on Sunday, March 9. The Glen Cove Community Scholarship Fund was founded in 1958, and it annually administers funds in the form of scholarships to deserving Glen Cove High School seniors. All proceeds from […]

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DeRiggi-Whitton Sworn-in to New 11th LD

A New Term, A New District Delia DeRiggi-Whitton was inaugurated the Nassau County legislator representing the new 11th Legislative District on Jan. 6. She was sworn-in along with her fellow Democratic legislators by Senator Charles Schumer. DeRiggi-Whitton served her first term in the 18th LD and now begins her second term in a district that […]

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Congrats GCHS Select Chorale

Honoring Student Accomplishments Delia was proud to visit GCHS this week and congratulate the Glen Cove High School Select Chorale after their trip to perform in Washington D.C. at the White House! Delia gave each student a citation recognizing the achievement She is pictured presenting a citation to Choral Director Edward Norris.

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Examining Glenwood Plant Details

Local officials have been working with Nassau County Legislator Delia DeRiggi-Whitton to examine the tax impact of National Grid’s plant decommissioning. It has been a universal item of concern that the Glenwood plant will create a greater tax burden in the North Shore community. While the decision to decommission was beyond her purview as a […]

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