Since there was no comment from any members of the audience, the board voted to approve the authorization to hire a secretary for the Board of Appeals.
The board then took a short break and returned to the regular meeting.
The following are the unofficial results of the May 15 school budget and school board trustee votes:
School Board Trustees: (Uncontested)
Brian Hassan: 1,473
Nancy Feinstein: 1,616
In the beautiful setting of Clark Botanic Garden, under the green thumb of John Darcy, the Town of North Hempstead held its EcoFest 2012.
In various areas of the garden there was really something for everyone. There was a large craft tent, which was a huge draw for all the children because they were giving away plastic snakes to draw on. All afternoon children walked by holding their colorful plastic snakes.
At the outset of the last New Hyde Park/Garden City Park School Board meeting, the board took time out to recognize math and science students.
The following Math Enrichment students presented their projects:
Grade 4-Gabriel Wong, of the Manor Oaks School.
Grade 5-Nicole Joseph, of the New Hyde Park Road School.
Grade 6-Danielle Schwartz, of Hillside Grade School.
It is really hard to dispute the fact that John Hayes is the best director of community theater on Long Island. For the past 40 years he has been a director and for the past 37 years for the Herricks Commuity Players.
This production of Annie reflects the multi-talent of Hayes, as he is able to navigate this entire cast on and off the stage to their assigned positions as if they were one. He is a true genius and that is exactly why every one of his shows is an undisputed hit.
(The following was submitted to the Illustrated News by school board candidate David DelSanto)
On May 15 David DelSanto will seek re-election to a third term as a trustee for the New Hyde Park/Garden City Park Board of Education.
In addition to the seat he now holds he is also one of the two New Hyde Park/Garden City Park representatives on the Sewanhaka Central High School Board of Education.
(The following was submitted to the Illustrated News by school board candidate Helen Lewandowski)
Helen Lewandowski, known to her friends and community neighbors as Lynn, is running for a seat on the New Hyde Park/Garden City Park Board of Education.
She strongly believes that everyone in the community must step up, get involved with their ideas, energy and expectation and is committed to helping the children become lifelong learners fostering their academic, social and emotional skills to become contributory members in a diverse society.
The 10th-grader selected her favorite color. It was a very simple task that she and most young people have probably done countless times before. However, this time, the stakes were never higher. She was not choosing a color for a blouse, a cell phone case or curtains for her bedroom. Instead, she was selecting a pill from a menagerie of narcotics that her peers had brought to a “pharm party” – an alarming and frightening phenomenon that’s been making a comeback among teenagers throughout Long Island.
After a long, grueling night of reports given by experts on local airport flights, Dave Siewert and Robert Grotell, the residents of the areas affected by extreme airplane and helicopter noise were not very encouraged.
The members of the Town Village Aircraft Safety and Noise Abatement Committee (TVASNAC), at a previous meeting, asked Siewert, who is in charge of John F. Kennedy (JFK) airport tower operations, to collect information on runway operations and selections for a 30-day period.
New Hyde Park/Garden City Park School Board Trustee Frank Miranda has announced that he is running for re-election in the May 15 school board election.
Miranda has lived in the school district for 20 years and has held a position as school board trustee from 2004 to 2007 and from 2011 to 2012.
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