PUBLIC OUTREACH MEETING(ALL WELCOME):
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 2023 – 7 PM – 9PM
LOCATION: KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, 78 HEMPSTEAD AVE, LYNBROOK, NY 11563
Purchase a brick to be placed in the 9/11 Memorial Garden
Public Comment: Monday, May 17, 2021 at 7PM
1 Columbus Drive
Lynbrook, NY 11563
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CAN BE DONE BY MAIL, INTERNET, OR IN PERSON AT VILLAGE HALL M-F 8AM – 4PM
VISIT OUR WEBSITE – WWW.LYNBROOKVILLAGE.NET
There is an after hours Mail Slot/Drop Box at Village Hall available 24/7 to drop off plans, applications, and other Village correspondence. (be sure to leave a phone number for someone to contact you with questions.
VIDEO TO HONOR OUR VETERANS
To recognize our veteran heroes, we are putting together a video which will be broadcast locally on Veterans Day, November 11th and afterwards. If you would like to be a part of this memorable video:
Have someone you know video from their phone and email your clip to: https://www.dropbox.com/request/9ityOB187R1leOhyLegF
Tips for recording:
NO INFORMATION AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.
PLEASE CONTACT YOUR DOCTOR’S OFFICE
New York State Department of Health’s Coronavirus Hotline 1-888-364-3065
Nassau County Health Department 516-227-9570 (9am-5pm)
Town of Hempstead Corona Virus Call Center- 516-227-9570
Visit Hempsteadtownny.gov for resources and updates
FROM THE LYNBROOK POLICE DEPARTMENT
On June 12, 2020, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signed Executive Order 203, requiring each local government in N.Y. State to adopt a policing reform plan that will maintain public safety while building mutual trust and respect between police and the communities they serve. Police Chief Paladino has been working tirelessly with various community stakeholders to ensure that Lynbrook’s police reform plan is thorough, and accurately addresses those concerns as reported by not only our committee of stakeholders, but also from an online survey which garnered over 500 responses.
Chief Paladino requests that you take a few minutes to read the below plan, and email firstname.lastname@example.org with any additional topics that you would like to see covered.
Additionally, Chief Paladino will be hosting a virtual town hall during the first week of March (date and time to be announced) where he will be explaining the plan and during which your suggestions can also be made.
Thank you for taking the time to help the Lynbrook Police Department in this very important endeavor!
LYPD Police Reform Plan – Final w Exhibits