At their reorganization meeting on Wednesday, July 14, the Farmingdale Board of Education’s president and vice president, among other administrative personnel, took their oaths of office.
The Town of Oyster Bay, with the help of an $88,000 federal grant, recently unveiled the final draft of the Massapequa Creek Watershed Management and Corridor Restoration Plan at a public hearing held in June.
If village officials get their way, skateboarders in Farmingdale may soon have to start carrying their checkbooks along with their gear.
At a recent village board meeting and public hearing, legislation was introduced to regulate all skating activity in the village, including skateboards, roller blades, roller skates and even sneaker skates. Stiff penalties could also be imposed for would-be violators of the legislation.
Free Concerts Located on the Village Green
The Pops are on the Village Green and are free. Bring your own chair or blanket to relax and enjoy.
Sun, July 18, 5 p.m.: Picnic Pops featuring St. Kilian Players
Wed, July 21, 7:30 p.m.: Concert
Wed, July 28, 7:30 p.m.: Concert
Wed, August 4, 7:30 p.m.: Children’s Concert
Wed, August 11, 7:30 p.m.: Finale: Music of WWII
In what has become an annual tradition in Farmingdale, the Sons of Italy-Columbus Lodge #2143 announce they have sponsored, in conjunction with the Town of Oyster Bay, a free “Music Under the Stars” concert for local residents. Columbus Lodge President Anthony Ventiera announced that this year’s concert would feature Italian Opera Tenor Michael Amante. The concert is set for Monday, July 12 at Ellsworth W. Allen Town Park at 8 p.m. Arrive early and bring your lawn chairs.
Over two months after Republic Airport in East Farmingdale announced they were committed to completing a Vision Plan and statement, airport officials have said they are still in the first step of the five-step study.
Senator Kemp Hannon and Senator Carl L. Marcellino recently partnered with the Nassau County Police Department to help residents safely dispose of their expired or unused medications, bringing four, 30-gallon bags of unused medications out of the households of residents.
When 19-year-old Kaitlyn Krokowski died on an icy winter night in Farmingdale, her friends and family found solace in visiting the site where she took her last breath. Now, less than a year and a half after her car slid on black ice, hitting a utility pole in Farmingdale Village on Jan. 19, 2009, one local businessman has paid for purchasing and engraving a memorial bench, as a substitute for the pole where Kaitlyn’s friends and family visit.
Holding their first official meeting this week, the Greater Farmingdale Community Land Trust has a goal to be an active voice in the community when it comes to land development.
A week or so ago, about 2,700 households in Farmingdale Village received a newsletter entitled Eye on the Village, creating a controversy that has stirred up some commotion and may produce a lawsuit.
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