Island I.T. Solutions 24 Yennicock Ave, Port Washington, NY11050 Island I.T. Solutions is a tech support company. Services include data networking, application development, structured…More cabling and telephony. Island I.T. is the authorized business partners of Avaya Connect, AdTran, BoadVox, and Optimum Business. For more information on services, call the number provided.
TDS 933 Port Washington Blvd, Port Washington, NY11050
TDS owner John Swain has been solving technology problems for individuals and businesses for…More the past 25 years. Swain and his staff can take care of everything from networking, printing problems, memory upgrades and software installations to cabling, wiring and repairs. The staff can come to customers' homes or businesses to perform repairs if necessary.</p>
RadioShack is a trusted source for electronic products from leading manufacturers like…More AT&T, Casio, Garmin, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft and Samsung. The Port Washington store carries phones, cameras, camcorders, GPS systems, toys and games. If you need cables, parts or connectors for an electronic product, chances are good they will be in stock.</p>
Manhasset Bay Marina is located off Long Island Sound and just 35 minutes from Manhattan. It has 285 slips and…More can accommodate vessels up to 110'. Manhasset Bay Marina also has numerous other amenities including–cable TV and phone hookups at the slips; a new and modern shower, bathroom and laundry facility; a ship's store; and 24-hour security.</p>
<p>The Manhasset Bay Marina offers haul-outs (up to 75 tons) and has a very-qualified and certified staff that are able to offer engine and hull repairs. On the storage front, it offers inside, outside and even wet storage. Manhasset Bay Marina is family-owned and operated for over 34 years. </p>
<p>At the marina and overlooking the bay is LaMotta's Waterside Restaurant, which serves "globally-influenced continental cuisine". The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner and even has a "grand 24-foot Sunday brunch". Restaurant patrons can choose to dine indoors or outdoors.</p>
Leslie Gross has been North Hempstead's Town Clerk since her appointment in April 2007, following her predecessor's…More mid-term election to the New York State Assembly when Thomas DiNapoli was appointed New York State Comptroller. Ms. Gross was then elected Town Clerk by the residents of North Hempstead in November of 2007. <br /><br />As Registrar of Vital Statistics, the Town Clerk issues and maintains all birth, marriage, and death certificates. The Town Clerk also oversees the licensing of dogs, hunting and fishing licenses, and taxi and limousine licenses, as well as maintaining all Town records, including Town Board meetings and public hearings. As a designated Marriage Officer, a responsibility she greatly enjoys, Ms. Gross has officiated at more than 200 wedding ceremonies since she became Town Clerk.<br /><br /> Prior to being Town Clerk, Ms.Gross was Executive Director of North Hempstead's newly-established Business & Tourism Development Corporation which was created to both stimulate commerce and raise the awareness of the Town's community resources.<br /><br /> In her capacity as Executive Director, Ms. Gross worked closely with the Town Supervisor, Town Council, Chambers of Commerce and various other government and community-based organizations. Since its inception, the BTDC has spearheaded projects including Bar Beach Family Fest, North Hempstead Day and created cable television programs including "Around The Town" and "A Taste of The Town" which profile The Town of North Hempstead's businesses, museums, charitable organizations etc.Prior to working for the Town of North Hempstead, Ms. Gross was the president and co-owner of a promotional marketing firm. Earlier, she held account executive positions with Ackerman Advertising in Glen Head, and AFIK Intertrade in New York City. She began her career in special education as a teacher of the hearing impaired after completing her master's degree at Northwestern University and her bachelor's degree at Ohio University.<br /><br />Ms. Gross has long been active in North Hempstead's civic life, supporting numerous community organizations including: Rotary Club of Great Neck (Past President), Rotary International's District 7250 (Assistant District Governor), North Shore/LIJ Health System (Associate Trustee), Gift of Life (former Board Member), Nassau County Coalition Against Domestic Violence (Board Member), The Amsterdam (past member of the community advisory board), The Children's Sports Connection (founding member) and a long-time member of Temple Judea in Manhasset.Town Clerk Gross grew up in Great Neck and has been a resident of Manhasset since 1980. She has been married for over 30 years to Howard Gross who is a management consultant. They are the proud parents of two married sons who live in Manhattan, and grandparents of two.</p>