MHS Hosts Press Conference

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With the start of prom season, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran held a press conference at Mineola High School to announce increased, multi-governmental efforts to crack down on improperly licensed limousine and for-hire services. Executive Curran was joined by Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder, Consumer Affairs Commissioner Gregory May, District Attorney Madeline Singas, representatives from MADD, and administrators from district in this joint effort to ensure prom safety for all. In addition to announcing the increased pressure on improperly licensed limousine and for-hire vehicles this season, Commissioner Ryder went over some general safety tips, as reminded parents of the social host laws. Superintendent of Schools Michael P. Nagler, Ed.D., as well as senior SADD leader Antonia Ondris spoke at the press conference on the importance of general prom safety and measures that the school itself takes to ensure all basis are covered.