Hempstead Town Senior Councilman Anthony Santino and Councilwoman Erin King Sweeney are inviting all local residents to attend their Baldwin/South Hempstead Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, March 26, 2015. The meeting will be held at Baldwin Middle School at 7:30 p.m.
“The continuous partnership between government and residents is what makes the communities of Baldwin and South Hempstead such great places to live, work and raise families,” said Santino. “I encourage all local neighbors to attend this informative meeting on March 26th.”
“Only by working together can we preserve the excellent quality of life enjoyed by residents of South Hempstead and Baldwin,” added King Sweeney. “I am proud to partner with Councilman Santino to bring this community meeting to our residents.”
Representatives from various Town of Hempstead departments will be on hand to answer questions regarding building permits, sanitation, parks, events and other town programs and services. What’s more, residents can inform town officials about any ongoing, town-related issues in the community.
Councilman Santino and Councilwoman King Sweeney have led the way on a number of community-enhancing projects in the Baldwin/South Hempstead area. The New York Rising Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Funding recently approved the Town of Hempstead’s request for $2,000,000 in funding for areas of the Baldwin community affected by flooding during Superstorm Sandy. In addition, the town recently unveiled a widely popular “Do Not Knock” program, sending free window decals to homeowners who are tired of unwanted interruptions from door-to-door peddlers and solicitors. Neighbors can get their free decals by calling (516) 812-3252 or (516) 812-3285.
Baldwin Middle School is located at 3211 Schreiber Place in Baldwin.