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International Antique
170 Jericho Tpke, Mineola, NY 11501
International Antique is a small store that offers a look into the past. It buys, sells and trades all types ofMore antiques, including coins, gold, toys and ivory. It also deals with old jewelry and diamonds, statues, and old trains. The staff is very friendly, and there is a large selection on hand.
Mineola Fire Department
171 Jericho Tpke, Mineola, NY 11501
The headquarters of the Mineola Fire Dept. was built in 1923 and the original home of Fire Company No. 3. The two-storyMore brick headquarters was enlarged during a renovation in 1962 and again in 2000 to add two engine bays, bringing the total to six. The main bays of the headquarters open onto Washington Ave., directly across the street from Village Hall. The front of the building along Jericho Turnpike features a side entrance to the headquarters just beyond an alarm bell and a small statue dedicated to those who have served in the MFD.
Nassau County Legislature
1550 Franklin Ave, Mineola, NY 11501

Home to the 19-member Nassau County Legislature, the Theodore Roosevelt Executive and Legislative Building is locatedMore on the corner of Old Country Road and Franklin Avenue. While the Legislative building has a Mineola address, the building is actually located within the boundaries of the Village of Garden City, which donated the four acres of land the building sits on.

Originally built as the Nassau County Court House, then-Governor of New York Theodore Roosevelt laid the cornerstone of the building on July 13, 1900. A mural portraying the event is located near the building's main rotunda and a statue of the 26th U.S. President and 33rd Governor of New York is located in front of the building. 

During the 1930s, a new courthouse was commissioned to be built on Old Country Road. The Theodore Roosevelt Executive and Legislative Building had been listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978, but no efforts at restoration or renovation had been made until an extensive $63.5 million project was undertaken in 2002 and completed in 2008.