The Water and Fire District
welcomes their newly elected Commissioner Steve Flynn
BOARD OF WATER
Mark S. Sauvigne, Chairman
Brian J. Morris, Treasurer
Steve Flynn, SecretarySUPERINTENDENT
Paul J. Schrader, P.E.
Water Facilities Watch Program
“If You See Something, Say Something”
We ask that any residents living nearby the Manhasset-Lakeville Water District’s water facilities help protect our water supply system.
An important way you can help us is by immediately contacting us or the police if you see any trespassing, vandalism or other dangerous or suspicious acts at one or more of our facilities or properties near your home.
By helping us prevent damage or disruptions to our water system we can ensure that you and the rest of our community are provided with uninterrupted, safe and adequate water service for household use and fire protection.
Therefore, “If You See Something, Say Something” by calling 24/7 the:
Manhasset-Lakeville Water District at
Nassau County Police Department at
516-573-6300 or 911
DEC ORDERS LOCKHEED MARTIN TO IMMEDIATELY CONDUCT EXPANDED
INVESTIGATION AND EXPEDITED CLEANUP OF UNISYS SITE FOLLOWING RADIUM
Recent Results from DEC Oversight Revealed Detections of Radium in Soil on Company Property
DEC and DOH Find Contamination Poses No Threat to Drinking Water or the Public
DEC Will Identify Long Island Industrial Facilities with Potential for Past Radioactive Material Use and Waste
Read the complete press release here
Read the latest
Water Quality Report
Information on the unregulated contaminant Dioxane can be found here
L.I. Water Conference Assures High Water Quality
The Long Island Water Conference assures residents that
there has been no lead
contamination in their water supply for over 30 years. All Long Island water providers exhaustively test
and treat for lead content. To ensure the water supply is not contaminated with lead, all Long Island water
suppliers comply with the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s (USEPA) Lead and Copper Rule and treat the water by raising the pH to help prevent the leaching of lead from household pipes and
MEETING NOTICE Board of Commissioners of the Manhasset-Lakeville Water and Fire District announces the 2016-2017 schedule of public official meetings
FOR FIRE, RESCUE OR EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE
GIVE NAME, LOCATION & NATURE OF EMERGENCY
Did you know? A slow drip from a faucet can waste 15-20 gallons per day?
Fix it and you can save almost 6,000 gallons per year.
Up to 100 gallons a day can be lost on toilet leak?
Fix it and you save more than 30,000 gallons per year.