In the midst of crafting final preparations for her 2014 budget proposal, Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray announced that total town taxes under her plan will be reduced for the third consecutive year.
Additionally, Murray said the 2014 budget proposal will also maintain all town programs in full force. The town’s services include the senior citizen programs, parks, beaches and marinas, an affordable homes initiative and the ANCHOR program for children with special needs.
Murray said that the total town taxes collected will be reduced by $1.2 million – from $262.2 million in 2013 down to $261 million in 2014.Summer Recreation Guide
Hempstead Town has made available a 2013 Summer Events Guide from the Department of Parks and Recreation.
“Sandy” changed a lot of travel plans this summer, and many of us will now consider a hometown vacation with plenty of visits to our beautiful parks and beaches," Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray wrote on the town's website.
To view a full slate of activities, click here.