may offer an amnesty period for residents to bring their homes up to code.
Supervisor Jon Kaiman, D-Great Neck, announced that the town was considering the possibility at a day-long conference on Monday at the Clubhouse at Harbor Links in Port Washington.
The conference is part of an effort of the North Hempstead Buildings Department in working to improve efficiency for residents.
According to the town, video of the panel discussions will be available at NorthHempsteadNY.Gov/BuildingsDepartment.
Registration open at Manorhaven Pool
is now accepting memberships for the 2012 summer season.
Overhauled in 2011, the facility features a 25,000 square foot main pool area with a competition and lap swim area, general swim sections, zero-depth entry for children and beginners, and two water slides. There is also a separate kiddie pool area.
To apply for membership, call 311 or visit northhempsteadny.gov.
Recycling bins at high school fields
North Hempstead is giving each high school in the district four, 45-gallon recycling bins for their athletic fields.
The bins are part of an effort to encourage recycling at the schools, and to keep school grounds clean.
Town Hall Gathering
North Hempstead Councilwoman Dina De Giorgio, R-Port Washington, held a town hall meeting at the Port Washington Library on Tuesday. De Giorgio spoke with residents about the town’s buildings department as well as tree plantings and airplane noise.