(FREEPORT, N.Y.) - Nassau County Legislator Debra Mulé (D - Freeport) joined Eric Alexander, Executive Director of Vision Long Island and Founder of the Long Island Main Street Alliance for a recent “LI Main Street News” feature.
During her interview, Legislator Mulé discussed her role as a Nassau County Legislator and her work in the Fifth Legislative District. The conversation included a focus on initiatives such as the Baldwin Complete Streets project; flood mitigation and beautification efforts for Baldwin’s Silver Lake Park; infrastructure improvements to address chronic flooding on Long Beach Road in South Hempstead, ongoing COVID-19 relief efforts; districtwide environmental and green-space initiatives; and more.
“Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Vision Long Island and the Long Island Main Street Alliance have been tireless advocates for the needs of downtown business districts and mom-and-pop enterprises,” Legislator Mulé said. “I was delighted to join Eric for a wide-reaching conversation about our continuing work in the district, including long-awaited revitalization and infrastructure initiatives that embrace the principles of smart growth championed by Vision Long Island.”
Click here to watch Legislator Mulé’s full interview.