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12
Aug

NextHome Platinum Properties receives the Next Grant Award from the Port Washington BID

The Port Washington Business Improvement District is pleased to announce NextHome Platinum Properties, located at 113 A Main Street, as a recipient of both the New Tenant Bonus award as well as a Sign Grant. Owners, John and Fenella Kim are new to Port Washington but not new to real estate. NextHome Platinum Properties Group has been providing residential and

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5
Apr

Port Outdoors returns on 3rd Thursdays beginning May 19

Port Outdoors brings outdoor dining, shopping and entertainment to Main Street for six (6) Thursday nights. Alternating portions of Main Street will transform into a pedestrian-only, shopping and dining experience with live music and more. In its third year, the series will be held on the third Thursday each month from May to September with the final night on the

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26
May

NYS Small Business Recovery Grant Program is OPEN

New York State Senator Anna Kaplan announces the opening of the New York State Business Pandemic Recovery Grant Program to provide grants, tax credits, and technical assistance programs for businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.  All small businesses are urged to learn if the program is right for them, get their paperwork together, and be ready to apply on June 10,

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8
Apr

Restaurants Serving Alcohol during Port Outdoors

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR RESTAURANTS To serve your customers alcoholic beverages outside, on the street during Port Outdoors, you may do so if you file an application for a temporary liquor license with the Town Clerk’s office.  You can obtain the application HERE and submit completed form to Clerk’s Office at Gimpelmanb@northhempsteadny.gov What we know to date: If an establishment had already submitted a

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15
Dec

Snow Removal Reminder

Commercial Property Owners and Businesses must clear sidewalks The Town of North Hempstead provided the following post as a reminder of the responsibilities of residents and property owners. Town Reminds Residents of Snow Removal Procedures to Maximize Efficiency  North Hempstead, NY – North Hempstead Town Supervisor Judi Bosworth and the Town Board Members would like to remind residents of some snow

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6
Nov

Zelik Ziegelbaum Physical Therapy Receives Grant for Façade Upgrades 

The Port Washington Business Improvement District is pleased to award funding to Zelik Ziegelbaum Physical Therapy as part of the Façade and Sign Grant Program. Port Washington BID Executive Director, Holly Byrne, says of the most recent grant recipient, “The Port Washington BID is pleased to support our local businesses with our grant programs. We are proud to provide a façade grant to Zelik Ziegelbaum to supplement his effort to upgrade the outside of

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5
Jun

Links & Resources for Businesses

Financial Resources during COVID-19 Crisis Boost Nassau Recovery Resource – one stop hub for all funding. | Apply HERE New York State Small Business Recovery Grant Fund  | Find answers HERE. NYS Small Business Recovery Application Guide |  Download HERE. Get assistance from Small Business Development Center | Get an advisor HERE Funding Options from SBA | Find relief HERE

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18
Jul

Harbor Deli & Harbor Deli Too – Each Receive A BID Grant

Harbor Deli & Harbor Deli Too – Each Receive A BID Grant The Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District (BID) issued a $5,000 Facade Rehabilitation Grant to Harbor Deli and a $2,000 New Tenant Bonus Grant to Harbor Deli Too. Harbor Deli is located at 306 Main Street and Harbor Deli Too is located at 35 Old Shore Road. The

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17
May

Beautiful Tree Beds – A TEAM Effort

Once again The Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District (BID) teams up with local florist S.F. Falconer Florist (8 South Maryland Avenue) and the TONH Port Washington Parking District to make the area around our train station beautiful. Thank you to S.F. Falconer Florist for donating the design services and planting of the four large tree beds at the LIRR

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19
Apr

BID Teams up with Spectrum Designs Foundation to Keep Port Clean for the Third Year

The Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District (BID) has teamed up with Spectrum Designs Foundation to Keep Port Clean for the third year. Spectrum helps people with Autism lead productive and meaningful lives through the world of work. These two local non-profit organizations will team up from April through October to help battle the litter problem within the BID District.

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