The CHIPS program was established in 1981 by the state Legislature to help counties, cities, towns and villages offset the costs of local highway, road and bridge repair projects.
Those interested in obtaining more information on CHIPS or downloading online forms can visit www.dot.ny.gov/programs/chips.
- 2012-13 CHIPS Total for the Town of Hempstead: $2,112,771.51
- 2013-14 CHIPS Total for the Town of Hempstead: $2,718,955.87
- 2013-14 CHIPS Change for the Town of Hempstead: $606,184.36
- Percent Change
for the Town of Hempstead: 28.69 percent
The Town of Hempstead has announced that the town’s Veterans Services Counselor, Rick Gales, will be visiting local senior centers in the coming weeks to educate veterans on important information, services and benefits available to them.
Gales also helps residents to complete and file applications for veterans benefits. His services can benefit surviving spouses and children of veterans as well.
Rick Gales will be at the following senior centers from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.:
- April 9 – Franklin Square Senior Center (1182 Martha Place, Franklin Square)
- April 11 – Green Acres Senior Center (400 Flower Road, Valley Stream)
- April 16 – Levittown Senior Center (555 North Newbridge Road, Levittown)
- April 18 - Baldwin Senior Center (1810 North Grand Ave., Baldwin)
- April 23 – Merrick Senior Center (2550 Clubhouse Road, Merrick)
- April 25 – Uniondale-Hempstead Senior Center (840 Uniondale Ave., Uniondale
- April 30 – East Meadow Senior Center (1485 Front St., East Meadow)
- May 3 – Rosa Parks Senior Center (2 Babylon Turnpike, Roosevelt)
- May 7 – Wantagh Senior Center (1150 Seamans Neck Road, Wantagh)
- Thursday, May 9 – Cedarhurst Senior Center (Village Hall, 200 Cedarhurst Ave., Cedarhurst)