Ep 44: Town of Hempstead Supervisor Donald X. Clavin speaks about town issues and his administration’s goals.
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Our guest on this 44th episode is Donald X. Clavin, Supervisor of the Town of Hempstead, the largest township in the United States. The Town of Hempstead employs nearly 2,000 people in 24 departments and provides high quality programs and services to the town’s nearly 770,000 residents.
Supervisor Clavin previously served 18 years as the town’s Receiver of Taxes – not the greatest job title, he admits – but something in which he took great pride. As Tax Receiver, Don was a leader in the fight against Nassau County’s broken assessment system, which had resulted in higher property taxes for local homeowners. He helped thousands of taxpayers by hosting several hundred taxpayer forums to educate residents on how to lower their taxes through exemptions and challenging their property tax assessments. Don is a lifelong resident of the Town of Hempstead, where he has made a home with his wife and three children.
To connect with Supervisor Don Clavin at the Town of Hempstead, follow him on the town’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages. To contact the town with any questions or concerns, please call the town’s helpline, Monday through Friday at 516-489-6000 or at hempsteadtownny.gov/helpline.
Welcome to the podcast, Supervisor Clavin.
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Your host, Zehava Schechter, is an attorney admitted to the New York Bar for 30 years. She concentrates her private practice in estate planning, administration, and litigation; real estate law; contracts, and business formation and dissolution.