Sandy Mold Report Release

On Monday, August 11th, Long Island Jobs with Justice in collaboration with NYCOSH, New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health, and supported by allies and Nassau Legislators Curran and Denenberg released a report about the lingering dangers of mold in houses affected by Hurricane Sandy and the necessity for disaster preparedness training and education for community members.

To read the article go here,

To watch the the News12 story about this issue go here.,

And to read the Newsday article about it go here.
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Nassau County Legislators Ride NICE bus

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This week, Executive Director Anita Halasz and Organizer Aaron Watkins-Lopez rode the bus with Nassau County Legislators Siela Bynoe (LD2) and Laura Curran (LD5) through their districts to speak to riders and find out what the experience for daily bus users is. With the threat of upcoming service cuts due to a $3.3 million deficit, the support of county Legislators is amazing! ‪#‎NICEneedsNassau