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Associations
  • AAA New York
    229 7th St, Garden City, NY 11530

    AAA New York offers more than just maps, directions and roadside assistance. You can book flights, hotels and carMore rentals, get travel directions, speak to trip advisors and even get point-to-point driving directions.

    AAA New York's "Gas Watcher's Guide" provides ways to conserve gasoline; AAA New York also encourages the use of mass transit, bicycle riding and walking as alternatives to driving  and has commissioned and published studies to help policymakers in their efforts to reduce air pollution.

    For more information, visit AAA New York's Web site or call the number provided.

  • Annex Adoption
    100 Quentin Roosevelt Blvd, Garden City, NY 11530
    Annex Adoption, a nonprofit, charitable organization, offers a few types of adoptions like infant adoption, foster careMore adoption and international adoption along with services such as child custody, human services, child protection and welfare. 
  • Assigned Counsel Defender Plan
    1150 Franklin Ave, Garden City, NY 11530
    The Assigned Counsel Defenders work in conjunction with the Nassau County District Attorney to provide legal counsel forMore those who qualify for public defenders. Services can be arranged through the court system.
  • Budget Licensee Association
    1100 Franklin Ave, Garden City, NY 11530
    Budget Licensee Association represents the franchise owners of Budget Rent-A-Car, a national rental car company. TheMore association services franchise owners throughout the country. 
  • Central Property Owners' Association
    600 Franklin Ave, Garden City, NY 11530

    The Central Property Owners' Association (CPOA) provides the residents of the Central section of the village with theMore opportunity to voice their concerns and opinions regarding matters in their own section and the village at large. 

    Geographically, Garden City's Central section is west from Franklin Avenue and East from Rockaway Avenue and extends north to south in accordance with the village boundaries. 

    The CPOA has the power to nominate candidates for village and school board trustee positions through its nominating committee and also serves as a civic association residents can bring their concerns to. 

    All CPOA representatives are volunteers. Regular meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month at 8pm in the Senior Center. Special meetings are held at 7:30pm in the Garden City Library's lower level. For more information or to contact the CPOA, visit the Web site given .

    Leadership:

    • Pat DiMattia, president
    • Gary Kahn, vice president
    • Ed Finneran, treasurer
    • Pat Cunningham, secretary
  • Eastern Property Owners' Association
    600 Franklin Ave, Garden City, NY 11530

    The Garden City Eastern Property Owners' Association (EPOA) is an organization that represents the residents of theMore Eastern section of the village in the governmental structure set forth by the Community Agreement of 1919. It is the largest of Garden City's four POAs, representing approximately 40 percent of the village population. There are 19 elected directors, five of whom are EPOA officers.

    The EPOA maintains an updated website at www.gcepoa.org.

    The EPOA serves two critical functions: 1) It provides the mechanism for nominating candidates for election to the village board of trustees (BOT) and the school board through the Garden City East Nominating Committee (otherwise known as the Ten-Member Nominating Committee). The elected Garden City East nominating committee traditionally seeks to select people for mayor and trustee who have experience working within the POAs to ensure that our village officials bring to the table an overall understanding of the village infrastructure, the various commissions and the village code as well as the duties and responsibilities of a mayor and trustee vested by New York State. 2) It serves as a civic association, so that residents can bring concerns to their POA as well as the BOT. To promote communication and cooperation among all four POAs, the section presidents and vice-presidents form the Joint Conference Committee to discuss issues that affect the village as a whole, and to create village-wide awareness of issues that are unique to any given section. 

    Our motto is "progress through participation." The village trustees and the officers, directors and representatives of the EPOA are volunteers. The only prerequisites they share are a desire for local involvement, civic pride and a belief in serving the greater good of the community.

    The Certificate of Incorporation for Eastern Property Owners' Association, Inc. states the mission: "To promote the property interests of the residents of Garden City, East, to uphold and sustain their vested property rights and to give advancement and encouragement to all things which may be deemed for their general benefit of the locality now known as Garden City, East, and generally embracing that territory situated to the East of Garden City."

    Leadership:

    Walter McKenna, president

    Judy Courtney, vice president

    Jaime Gans, corporate secretary

    Christine Mullaney, corresponding secretary

    Karl Schmidt, treasurer

    Directors: 

    Mathilde Bellmer (Traffic Commission)

    Donald Byrne

    Hon. Harold Hecken (former mayor)

    John Latucca

    Anthony Libertella

    Frank Livoti

    Thomas Logan

    Cheryl McAuliffe

    Allison O'Hare Sparacino

    Harrison (Harry) Oellrich

    Neil O'Malley (Scholarship Program)

    Bob Orosz

    Leo Stimmler (Environmental Advisory Board)

    Rex Wood (Membership) 

    Trustees:

    Dennis Donnelly and Nicholas Episcopia

    Representatives: 

    Laura Brown, School Board

    Elizabeth "Libby" Huschle (Library Board)

    Brian T. Deveney (Acting Village Justice)

    Barbara Ruggiero (Architectural Design Review)

    Andrew deLannoy (Cultural & Recreational Affairs)

    James Pratt III (Cultural & Recreational Affairs, at large)

    William A. Bellmer (Planning Commission)

    H. Bradford Gustavson (Planning Commission)

    Robert Schoelle Jr. (Planning Commission)

    Brian Paradine (Zoning Board of Appeals)

    Leo Stimmler (Environmental Advisory Board)

  • Ethical Humanist Society of Long Island
    38 Old Country Rd, Garden City, NY 11530

    Ethical Humanist Society of Long Island is a community dedicated to fostering ethical humanist beliefs and values andMore to improving the human condition through individual and collective action.

    The society celebrates diversity and welcomes young and old, gay and straight, every race and ethnicity, anyone dedicated to making the world a better place for all.

    An affiliate of the Ethical Culture movement, the society is a legally recognized religion though many members view it as a way of life, rather than a formal religion.

    From September through June, members meet for about an hour and a half at 11am, Sundays, for a Platform service. The society welcomes newcomers of all faiths, color, sexual orientations and nationalities - anyone who agrees with making the world a better, more ethical place.

    In 2000, the Ethical Humanist Society of Long Island celebrated its 50th anniversary.

  • Garden City Chamber of Commerce
    230 7th St, Garden City, NY 11530
    The Garden City Chamber of Commerce boasts of 400 members and is considered the largest Chamber of Commerce on LongMore Island. It acts not only as an information and referral service about Garden City and its vast array of businesses, but also sponsors community programs, special events and luncheon programs featuring business leaders and speakers, offering networking events for members and potential members, hosting the popular Pineapple Ball gala every year to recognize outstanding community service and publishing an annual Community Guide and Calendar of Events (the only such guide on Long Island) and a quarterly Business Bulletin Magazine. It also holds seasonal After-Hours.
  • Ibotu Health and Welfare Fund
    100 Garden City Plaza, Garden City, NY 11530
    Ibotu Health and Welfare Fund is a local 713 traders union. The trade union bargains with employers on behalf ofMore union members and negotiates labor contracts with employers.
  • Nassau County Bar Association
    15th St & West St, Mineola, NY 11501

    Located on the North West corner of 15th Street and West Street, across from the Ralph G. Caso Executive andMore Legislative Building, is the Nassau County Bar Association. This group was founded over 100 years ago and currently has over 6,000 members. It is noted as the largest suburban bar association in the United States. As a group, the members strive to give the best legal experience to customers that they defend. The members of the group are from all sides of the legal forum, including associates from large and small law firms, solo practitioners, government attorneys, court-appointed attorneys, ADA's and judicary officials.

    The building that houses the Nassau County Bar association is quite unique. The brick structure features a lofty ceiling in the conference room that lets light in through numerous stained glass windows.  The building also features its own dining hall for members and guests.

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