Nassau's modern growth began in the late eighteenth century, with the influx of thousands of American Loyalists and their slaves to the Bahamas following the American Revolutionary War. Many of them settled in Nassau (then and still the commerce capital of the Bahamas) and eventually came to outnumber the original inhabitants.
The Nassauers held the territory between the Taunus and the Westerwald at the lower and middle Lahn. By 1128, they acquired the bailiwick of the Bishopric of Worms, which had numerous rights in the area, and thus created a link between their heritage at the lower Lahn and their possessions near Siegen. In the middle of the 12th century, this relationship was strengthened by the acquisition of parts of the Hesse-Thüringen feudal kingdom, namely the Herborner Mark, the Kalenberger Zent and the Court of Heimau (Löhnberg). Closely linked to this was the "Lordship of Westerwald", also in Nassau's possession at the time. At the end of the 12th century, the House acquired the ReichshofWiesbaden, an important base in the southwest.
This includes teachers and education workers, first responders, public safety workers, public transit workers, public-facing grocery store workers, and homeless individuals sharing accommodations with others, as well as all people 75 and older ...Nassau now has two county-run ...
"When you’re adding apartments or for housing or any kind of development at all you want to make sure that you can accommodate any increased population or traffic, and you also want to look at how you can make things safer," NassauCounty ExecutiveLaura Curran said in an interview.
Nassau officials have launched a campaign to lure more "foodies" into county restaurants by offering the ambience of eating inside again ... Nassau eateries can accommodate up to 50% of capacity, while New York City’s restaurants — including those just across county's border with Queens — have not been authorized to resume indoor dining.
We have shifted roles to accommodate the volume of Covid patients ... We have directed tremendous resources to build additional acute care inpatient units, emergency room tents to accommodate the surge of patients in NassauCounty and ambulatory patient and employee testing centers.
1.21 ...The new law, which takes effect Jan. 1, allows defendants to receive evidence or “discovery” materials within 15 days of being arrested. It also broadens the types of incidents in which discovery is required, officials said ... Officials in Nassau and Suffolk counties say they are preparing to spend millions to accommodate the laws ... Kennedy Jr ... ....
Exploring the shallows of Nassau’s famous reefs is one of the many activities I was looking forward to when I embarked upon a whirlwind seven-day adventure in The Bahamas... Accommodation in Nassau and Eleuthera ranges from luxurious resorts, like the Baha Mar and large beach-front villas to quaint hotels priced under $200 a night.
26, NassauCounty residents will be able to vote at one of 15 designated sites. Many are existing polling places, and were chosen based on criteria such as handicapped accessibility, parking accommodations and proximity to public transportation. Any registered voter in Nassau County may vote at any of the designated locations from Oct.
NassauCounty, struggling to accommodate minorities and women seeking more county contracts and services, has expanded the number of minority affairs agencies to three amid complaints about overlapping missions and competition for scarce county resources.