Locals want community to clean up
Brett Rose, a sanitation inspector for the Town of Hempstead's Department of Sanitation, spoke to an Elmont resident after the Elmont East End Civic Association's meeting on June 7. Sanitary District 6 is the largest special district in the state, providing services to 36,000 homes in Elmont, Franklin Square, North Valley Stream, Garden City South, ...
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#1 Jun 19, 2011
Perhaps there can be a Nassau County Dept of Sanitation. Why are we paying all these Commissioners and the other Phoneys that work for District 6
#2 Jun 19, 2011
Town government makes sense upstate where villages don't normally work. However in an area with the population density of Long Island and Westchester, the solution is a devolution of power from Towns to Villages. Unincorporated areas would answer directly to the county instead of paying taxes to the faceless, unaccountable Town government.
#3 Jun 12, 2015
Brett Rose Town of Hempstead Sanitaton Inspector is an egotistical a-hole and a punk!
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