Press Releases

County Executive Laura Curran
  1. County Executive Curran & Commissioner Ryder Launch “Operation Accessibility"

    County Executive Curran and Police Commissioner Ryder unveil “Operation Accessibility” to crack down on Accessible Parking violators. Read on...
  2. County Executive Curran’s Marijuana Task Force Releases Report On Marijuana Legalization

    Curran on recommendation to opt-out from legalized marijuana sales in Nassau: “Now is the not the time” Read on...
  3. Nassau County Once Again Earns Top Scores for Health Places 1st in New York State for Health Factors

    Nassau County Executive Laura Curran is pleased to announce that Nassau County once again has solidified its place as one of the healthiest Counties in New York State, according to the 2019 annual County Health Rankings. Read on...
  4. County Exec Curran and Non-Profit Housing Organizations Announce Resolution to 14-Year Litigation

    Nassau to Invest $5.4 Million in Promotion of Mixed-Income Housing Read on...
  5. County Executive Curran Announces Elder Caregiver Support Group

    County Executive Laura Curran invites residents to enjoy the many activities that are scheduled to take place during April 2019 at Nassau County Senior Centers throughout the area. Read on...
  6. Curran Announces Comprehensive Language Access Implementation Plan

    Plan sets robust threshold of compliance for all County agencies to provide oral interpretation in every language, translation of vital documents in 6 major languages, services for hearing/vision-impaired Read on...
  7. County Executive Curran Announces Nassau HUB Community Benefits Advisory Committee

    Committee comprised of local elected officials, civic and nonprofit leaders, and community advocates will ensure meaningful investments and benefits for surrounding communities Read on...
  8. Curran Unveils Comprehensive Parks Revitalization Plan

    Nassau invests $15 million to increase recreation options, revamp community spaces, park buildings, and dozens of dynamic amenities Read on...
  9. Nassau County Department of Health Warns of Potential Hepatitis A Exposure

    The Nassau County Department of Health is investigating a confirmed case of Hepatitis A virus in a food handler who worked at 7-11, located at 1555 Jerusalem Avenue in Merrick, NY. Read on...
  10. County Executive Laura Curran Regarding Conviction of Former County Executive Edward Mangano

    Mineola, NY — Today is a sad reminder that for too long, Nassau County’s taxpayers paid a high price for a government that did not work for them. Read on...
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