Denenberg and Sixth County Legislature Installed
at Induction Ceremony
January 10, 2006
Garden City, NY -Nassau County
Legislator David Denenberg (D-Merrick) took the oath
of office as a Nassau County Legislator for the fourth
time on Tuesday, January 6, stating that he will
continue to seek the path that leads to public policy-making
that is founded on wisdom and imbued with integrity.
Hon. Arthur D. Spatt,
U.S. District Court Judge, swears in Nassau County’s Legislators at the Sixth Induction Ceremony of the
Nassau County Legislature. The ceremony took place at Nassau
Community College in Garden City.
Democratic lawmakers, who will again hold a 10-9 majority, were sworn in by the Hon. Arthur D. Spatt, U.S. District Court Judge, at the 10 a.m. ceremony in the Physical Fitness Center of Nassau Community College. Also present was guest speaker Nassau County Executive Thomas R. Suozzi.
Legislator Denenberg's agenda for 2006 includes
continuing the public works projects for improved infrastructure within
the 19th LD; continuing to fight to maintain open space in the 19th
LD; continuing to work closely with the Nassau County Police Department
for the betterment of the community; and continuing to support those
programs which offer financial assistance to senior citizens.
In addition, Legislator Denenberg will continue to secure record amounts of funding for downtown revitalization for Merrick Road in Merrick and Bellmore; complete projects at Mill Pond, Mill Road, Babylon Turnpike and Guy Lombardo Boulevard; and initiate new parks projects for Bellmore and Merrick Avenues. Also, having secured $4.5 million for the Nassau County Department of Health and Human Services, Legislator Denenberg will continue to ensure that youth, drug and alcohol, and mental health programs in the 19th LD continue to expand.
"Let us work together for the common good of the residents of Nassau County," Legislator