Located on the North West corner of 15th Street and West Street, across from the Ralph G. Caso Executive and…More 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.
The Law Offices of Robert Del Grosso 114 Old Country Rd, Mineola, NY11501 Robert Del Grosso is a practicing attorney in the Mineola area. A member of the New York State Bar since 1980, Del…More Grosso specializes in personal and business civil litigation. Call to learn more or to make an appointment.
The Law Offices of Daniel Kramer 301 Mineola Blvd, Mineola, NY11501 Daniel Kramer is a personal injury attorney in the Mineola area. His area of focus is workers compensation trial law and…More he provides general information for potential clients on his website. Mr. Kramer is a member of the Nassau Bar Associations as well as New York State Workers Compensation Board. Call or visit his website to learn more and schedule an appointment.
The Law Offices of Eliot F. Bloom 114 Old Country Rd, Mineola, NY11501 Eliot Bloom is an attorney with a private practice in Mineola, New York. His legal specialties include…More business, commercial, criminal and personal injury law. Mr. Bloom is a member of the New York and North Carolina State Bar Associations. Give his office a call to make a consultation or to learn more about his services.
Located on the second floor of the Nassau County Bar Association building at the corner of Fifteenth and West…More Streets, this organization provides court-assigned attorneys in criminal-related cases.
The Assigned Counsel Defender Plan is now in its 45th year of providing legal representation to certain indigent defendants in Nassau County. The program is presently administered through the Nassau County Attorney's Office.
In July 1965, New York State County Law was approved and required the individual counties throughout the State to provide counsel, investigative services and other services to indigent persons accused of crimes.
Looking for a disc jockey? You can find one at In The Mix located on the south side of East Jericho Turnpike east of…More Willis Avenue.
In the business since 1985, this group will delight you whether you're seeking entertainment for a wedding, sweet 16, Bar/Bat Mitzvah or any other special occasion. In addition, In The Mix can address your corporate-event needs as well.
Aside from providing music for your event, In The Mix offers professional master of ceremonies, state-of-the-art and special-effects lighting, oversized video screens and plasmas, and photo montages and digital imaging services. It also provides DJ services in Greek, Portuguese and Spanish.
The DJs at In The Mix combine experience, courtesy and energy to generate the right level of excitement for your special event.
The Mineola pool, part of the recreation complex at the end of Liberty Avenue, first opened in 1961 and was renovated…More in 1997. One of the most popular additions was a slide at the deep end. The pool ranges in depth from three feet at the shallowest to ten feet at the deep end near the slide and diving board. It also features dividers for swimming lanes and a separate kiddie pool. Locker rooms complete with showers are also located on-site. A total of six lifeguard chairs surround the main pool.
Since the pool is on the Village tax rolls, the cost of a pass for the whole season is reasonable. Those who register before the May 15 deadline only pay $5 per person for the season. Those who register after the May 15 deadline pay $8 for a season pass. Children age 3 and under are admitted free. Each resident holding a Leisure Pass may bring up to two guests to the pool. Guest admission for the day is $7 for an adult and $5 for a child, payable at the gate. No bills larger than $20 are accepted. Personal checks are also accepted as payment.
The surrounding Wilson Park complex also includes a roller hockey rink, a baseball field, little league field, two tennis courts, a basketball court, soccer field and a small shuffleboard court. A snack bar is also located outside the main gates of the pool.
Three parking lots are available; the first is the Wilson Park Field lot on Union Street, another one on Westbury Avenue near State Place, and a third on Liberty Avenue is closest to the entrance. The pool opens for the season the Saturday before Father's Day and closes the day after Labor Day.