The year might have changed, but the idea is still as relevant as ever. If you want to see change, you must be involved. If you want change but expect someone else to do the work, expect nothing more than the status quo.
Nassau is one of the fastest growing areas in America and our problems keep pace with the development. We refer to such things as the local school situation; police protection; traffic conditions; tax assessments and a dozen other things that complicate suburban life. As an individual you are powerless to deal with these situations. You are all familiar with the expression “GO FIGHT CITY HALL”. A strong, alert and vocal CA can make City Hall sit up and whistle Dixe. Join the CA and make sure your neighbors do the same.
Browse our local data from the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, based on samples from 2005 to 2009.
View maps showing data regarding Race and Ethnicity, Income, Housing and Families and Education.
Our Suburban Neighborhood has changed a great deal in the past decade. We will continue to see change as time keeps creeping through the neighborhood.
Click the image to the left or click here to view the interactive maps.
Sunday, December 22,  at 2 P.M., is the big moment for the children of the Roslyn Country Club Community.
The Third Annual Christmas Party sponsored by the civic assocaition, who will play host to one thousand youngsters. Candy-filled stockings, comic books and other gift will gladden the hears of the kids. Milt Lansky, of 39 Pebble Lane, will be in A-1 condition once again to play Santa’s part.
Santa Claus will be seated outside the club and will receive his gusts until 4 P.M.