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Free Mortgage Foreclosure Clinics, Seminar Explains Obamacare

The top news around the Town of Hempstead this week.

Free Mortgage Foreclosure Clinics for Sandy Victims

Many Nassau residents dealing with the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy are now finding themselves in peril of losing their homes through mortgage foreclosure. Attorneys have volunteered to assist homeowners concerned about mortgage foreclosure, helping thousands of families with advice and strategies to keep their homes during one of the worst recessions in modern history. Click here for more.

Free Seminar Explains Obamacare

Residents can learn about what they need to know now about changes coming in health care coverage at the free seminar, "What You Need to Know Right Now About the Affordable Care Act ('Obamacare')". The program will be held on Sept. 24, at NCBA's a building in Mineola at 7 p.m.

Back-to-School Supply Drive

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano is partnering with Island Harvest in collecting school supplies for hundreds of students still in need. County buildings, including those in Mineola, Hempstead, and Westbury, will have receptacles for donations of backpacks and all the tools a student requires to prepare for the school year. Click here for more.

Property Tax Forums Scheduled in TOH

Hempstead Town Receiver of Taxes Don Clavin has announced that he will host a series of Property Taxpayer Checkup Forums at local libraries. Clavin will discuss important issues such as assessment challenges, tax exemptions, tax discounts, property tax payment dates and convenient tax payment options. Click here for more.

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