I am so pleased to see that Harry Single is running for re-election as fire commissioner; his integrity, fair-mindedness, organization and attention to detail, along with his sincere love of our community have served us well for the past five years.
The Hicksville Fire Department is dedicated and efficient. This dedication comes from its members unselfishly serving and protecting their neighbors and community. The efficiency comes from its training, equipment and leadership.
I am writing to thank all those in the 17th Legislative District who supported my candidacy for county legislator throughout the campaign and by exercising your right to vote on Nov. 3.
By going to the polls this past Election Day, our community helped ensure that the American Dream is alive and well. Though I was just four years old when I came to the U.S. from India, after completing my education in science, economics and law, I imagined that one day the skills I acquired would be beneficial to the community, which had provided me with these gifts.
Ed Mangano has been good for Nassau.
I wish to respond to the issues raised by Karl Schweitzer, president of the Long Island Special Districts Association and chairman of the Hicksville Water District, [in the Oct. 23, 2009 edition of the Hicksville Illustrated News.]
I recently attended the debate between 17th Legislative District candidates Rose Marie Walker and Arshad Majid at the Sterling Catering Hall in Bethpage and felt compelled to set the record straight.
During the debate, special districts and taxes were questioned and while Mr. Majid was well spoken, he was seriously misinformed and provided incorrect data to the many residents in attendance, so I want to set the record straight:
Keeping an open mind, I attended a debate where Arshad Majid and Rose Walker were vying for the Nassau County Legislature seat for the 17th Legislative District.
Rose Walker was almost an hour late – every question asked of her by the moderator of the debate that she barely managed to answer, was tempered by her allegiance to Mr. Mangano – never by her ability to fill the job. When asked what would happen if Mr. Mangano lost the election, we received no answer. When asked what she would do as a legislator, she hemmed and hawed – and was heavily leaning on her past six years on the Town of Oyster Bay Council record.
Stanley Greenberg may be your favorite columnist, but he’s our father and in honor of his 75th birthday we are giving him the week off. Don’t worry, he’ll be back next week with another installment of “Over 60 and Getting Younger.” In the meantime, allow us to introduce you to the Stanley Greenberg you may not know…the Joe Montana of Marshall Lane.
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