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OYSTER BAY TOWN SUPERVISOR Aiigelo A. Delligatti (fifth from left) congratulates Jesse Harmon, Chairman of the Town of Oyster Bay Housing
Authority, following the dedication of the Town's 10th and newest senior citizen housing complex, located in Old Bethpage. Also on hand for the
occasion were (left to right) builder Joseph Corsentino; Joseph Monticciolo, former regional director of HIJD; Town Councilman Kenneth S. Diamond;
Town Councilwoman Ann R. Ocker; Town Clerk Carl L. Marcellino; former regional director of HUD; Geraldiiie McCann, director, HUD Office
of Housing; and Raymond Malone, Commissioner of the Nassau County Department of Housing and Intergovernmental Affairs. Located on Roimd
Swamp Road, the Old Bethpage complex contained 140 units, bringing to 852 the total number of senior housing units in the Town.