Edward A. Ambrosino
Edward A. Ambrosino
- Parent Category: Town Board
- Category: Council Members
- February 21, 2011
Hempstead Town Councilman Edward A. Ambrosino was appointed to the Hempstead Town Board in March of 2003 and was elected in 2003, 2007 and 2011.
Councilman Ambrosino has enjoyed a distinguished career in both the public and private sectors. Having served the majority caucus of the Nassau County Legislature as the first Majority Counsel, he authored the first rules of procedure and created its internal systems and committee structure; counseled the Presiding Officer, the Minority Leader and the Legislative Caucus in all legal and governmental matters; drafted all caucus legislation and negotiated and reviewed documents involved in several major transactions.
Councilman Ambrosino also served as a Commissioner for Sanitary District 6 in the Town of Hempstead.
In addition to his municipal experience, Councilman Ambrosino has significant experience in the private practice of law. He is currently Of Counsel to Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, P.C., where he is a member of the firm's Real Estate Department and Municipal and Regulatory Affairs Group. In addition, he is a founding member of Municipal Solutions Group LLC, a municipal consulting and re-engineering entity.
Councilman Ambrosino is also active in many civic and charitable organizations. He is President and Founder of Amber Rose Productions, a not- for-profit community theatre production company, and he serves as counsel or board member to several organizations including the Friends of North Valley Stream, the Central Nassau Civic Association, the Nassau County Sports Commission, the Pat Cairo Family Foundation, Perks Dance Theatre, Musicals Unlimited, the Faithful and Fearless World Trade Center Family Fund and the Nassau County Literacy Volunteers of America.
The Councilman is the proud father of three children.
The Second Councilmatic District of the Town of Hempstead includes Bellerose Terrace, Elmont, Floral Park, Garden City, Garden City South, the incorporated area of New Hyde Park, South Floral Park, Stewart Manor, and portions of Bellerose, Franklin Square, North Valley Stream and West Hempstead.