There are three major areas of focus for League and Leaguers. Voter Service, Education, and Advocacy. All are important, but we tend to focus on different parts at different times of the year. With the election coming up in November, a lot of our time is spent on Voter Service and Education. The focus for… Continue reading Registering Voters
Corrections: Page 2…Second date beneath “PRIMARY ELECTION” – delete entire line Page 15...Town of Hempstead Supervisor – 2 year term of office Page 15..Town of North Hempstead Council Member 4TD, Veronica Lurvey (D) Updates: Page 7…State Senator James Gaughran’s District Office: 485 Underhill Blvd., Ste: 102, Syosset NY 11791 Page 7…State Senator Kevin Thomas’ new… Continue reading LWVNC They Represent You (TRY) Updates & Corrections as of 7/17/19
From the beginning — even at its birth — the LWV was controversial: It was to be political — but non-partisan. Always a tricky balance — as you well know. It was to be a women's political organization, but outside of the political parties. Also tricky. But you have faithfully and joyfully followed that idealistic… Continue reading Address at 2018 National League Convention
The East Nassau League year begins on July 1, and ends on June 30. Since the 2019 – 2020 League year has begun, it is time to send in your dues. You can go to page 5 and use the form at the bottom of the page. Since almost all of our dues are sent… Continue reading Dues are Due for East Nassau
We hear, almost daily, about the coming climate crisis. Climate Change, Global Warming, Melting of the Ice Fields, Warming of the Oceans, etc. There are those who paint a very scary picture and others who deny that any of this is happening. Whichever group you belong to, or if you are still wondering what’s happening, there are… Continue reading How Will Long Island Survive the Climate Crisis?
By Stephen Romano, Patch The Town of Oyster Bay has launched a pilot program for disposal of glass products; the first in Nassau County, The impetus was the new restrictions in the international recycling market which left towns all over the country without any way to dispose of their collected glass items in an environmentally… Continue reading Town of Oyster Bay Glass Recycle Pilot Program