Hempstead Town Senior Councilman Anthony Santino will bring government to the people in Lynbrook this Saturday via the Mobile Town Hall.
From 10 a.m. to noon on Oct. 13 at Greis Park, residents will have easy access to services from the Town of Hempstead including passports, the Child I.D. Program, pet adoption and constituent assistance.
“I am proud to bring the Mobile Town Hall to Lynbrook to provide excellent programs and services for village residents,” said Santino. “I encourage neighbors to stop by."
The Mobile Town Hall is offering Lynbrook residents the opportunity to visit with their elected representatives at a convenient location, as Greis Park is located in the heart of the Village of Lynbrook. Councilman Santino will be available to hear concerns and answer questions of importance to residents of Lynbrook.
For passport services, all you’ll need to bring with you are proof of citizenship (certified copy of birth certificate, previous passport or Certificate of Naturalization) and a driver’s license. Fees vary.
Santino and the Mobile Town Hall are also offering a Child I.D. program. Children can have their picture and fingerprints taken – information which can become invaluable in the event of an emergency. Parents or legal guardians must be present.
“Communication between the people and their elected officials is essential to maintaining an open and effective town government,” Santino concluded. “I urge all residents to come and see all that the town’s Mobile Town Hall has to offer.”
The Mobile Town Hall will be just one of many attractions at Greis Park Saturday as the village hold its 22nd annual Expo. The day-long event will include health and wellness information and screenings including mamograms by appointment (call 516-599-3300 Ext. 228). There will be classic cars, rides, crafts, antiques, military, police and fire displays, a civil war encampment, live entertainment, refreshments, and a harvest garden. The annual charity softball game will take place at 5 p.m.