CAC of New York 165 Horton Ave, Lynbrook, NY11563 CAC of New York is an environmental contracting business in the Lynbrook area. CAC carries out removal of lead, mold and…More asbestos in all types of structures.
Jami's Cleaners 240 Hempstead Ave, Lynbrook, NY11563 Jami's Cleaners cleans clothing with environmentally-friendly, non-toxic, odorless and 100% biodegradable cleaning…More products. Laundry comes out fresh and colors are kept crisp. The cleaners also makes alterations and repairs. You can visit the website to set up pickup and delivery services.
Witches Brew, a coffee shop, sits in a house built in 1902. The house was one of the first homes to be built on what…More is now Hempstead Turnpike.</p>
<p>Witches Brew holds events and discussions on animal rights, environmental conservation and more. </p>
Organic and Nature 410 Ocean Ave, Lynbrook, NY11563 Organic and Nature is a wholesale distributor of non-toxic cleaning products. Its merchandise includes…More environmentally safe pet-care products, gardening products, all-purpose cleaners, hand soap, stain removers, dish soap, air fresheners, floor cleaners and stain removers. Organic and Nature products can be found in retail stores throughout the United States. Consumers can also order through the company's website.
This historic farm was owned and operated by the Grossmann Family from 1895 to 2007. In recent years, uncertainty…More over what would become of the village landmark troubled many of Malverne's residents, but in late 2009, Thomas Suozzi, then current Nassau County Executive, announced that the County intended to purchase the property and preserve its farming roots. Soon after taking office, Suozzi's replacement, Ed Mangano finalized the deal on Feb. 8. 2010.</p>
<p>Nassau County purchased the five-acre farmland for $6,538,233. The Grossmann family retained 0.2 acres of the property, which includes the original homestead, the white house that faces the intersection at Hempstead Avenue and Ocean Avenue. The village of Malverne secured slightly less than a half acre.</p>
<p>The County acquisition was made possible through the 2006 Environmental Bond Act, a $150 million dollar environmental program that has enabled Nassau County to purchase and protect open spaces and renovate parks. After putting out a call for proposals in the summer of 2009, the County selected Nassau Land Trust to operate the farm and a contract between the two parties was finalized in late 2010.</p>
<p>The Nassau Land Trust hired a farmer, Bill Walsh, established committees and recruited local volunteers and opened the farm again on April 30, 2011.</p>
<p>On July 1, 2011 the trust announced that in cooperation with the Grossmann family, they changed the name of the farm to Crossroads Farm at Grossmann's to reflect both its roots and new beginning.</p>