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Coalition For Sustainable Development

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ECSD Gets Grant!


In August the Elmont Coalition for Sustainable Development was pleased to receive a letter from the Long Island Community Foundation letting us know we were approved for the $15,000 grant we applied for. The purpose of this grant is for communications and outreach to the community as we move forward in the implementation of our vision plan.

The Coalition has already sent out an RFP (request for proposal) looking for a firm that will be able to help develop a website, as well as, guide us in the best ways to keep the community engaged and updated on economic development in Elmont.

So, we would like to take this opportunity to thank the Long Island Community Foundation!

Last Updated ( Monday, 02 November 2009 12:26 )

Visions of a New Elmont

At the community presentation on Tuesday evening, representatives from Saccardi & Schiff unveiled a concept for Hempstead Turnpike in Elmont that came from ideas and suggestions from community during the visioning meetings that were held as part of the visioning process, a partnership between Sustainable Long Island, Saccardi & Schiff and Elmont's many community organizations and residents."
Last Updated ( Thursday, 29 December 2011 10:14 )

Transportation, Infrastructure and Safety


On Monday, September 10th members of the Elmont community came out to learn about different techniques on how to improve Hempstead Turnpike to make it safer for Pedestrians, Vehicles and Buses. Please click on the link below to download the presentation

The Elmont Economy

The third education workshop held on Tuesday, September 18th provided the Elmont community about the tools available from them from the county to help spur economic development. In addition the community was able to understand how the development and real estate market looks at a community when making business decisions. The community learned how the housing market plays a role in the retail and commercial market. Please click on the link below to download the presentation.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 23 September 2009 20:29 )

Creating the Gateway for Change

Things are underway. Thank you to all who attended the press conference on July 31st. It is now time to focus on the upcoming events. The first event Suburban Planning: Land Use, Zoning and Streetscape is only a few days away. See attached flyer
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 23 September 2009 20:28 )

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