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Weathering The Storm

Written by Dave Gil de Rubio Friday, 09 November 2012 00:00

Mayor Dan Petruccio declares state of emergency; village board and Petruccio also institute multiphase process towards recovery

Much like many other areas of Long Island, the Village of New Hyde Park had more than its share of work to do in wrestling with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. One of the after-effects of New Hyde Park’s power outage was village hall being devoid of electricity and phones, which caused operations to be moved to a disaster recovery facility at 498 Stewart Ave. as of Monday, Nov. 5. The severity of the storm resulted in Mayor Dan Petruccio declaring a state of emergency that was effective immediately and was to continue until further notice. In accordance with New York State Executive Law, Article 2-B, the mayor exercised the authority given to him under this statute that charges him with preserving public safety and rendering all required and available assistance vital to 
the security, well-being and health of the residents of the village.He in turn directed all departments of the Incorporated Village of New Hyde Park to take whatever steps necessary to protect life and property, public infrastructure and other such emergency assistance as deemed necessary.

Tanners Pond Environmental Center Members Appreciation Party

Friday, 09 November 2012 00:00

The Tanners Pond Environmental Center, (also known as the Garden City Bird Sanctuary), sponsored a Member Appreciation Party on Saturday, Oct. 13 at the home of Robert & Suzie Alvey. The theme was “Green is Good!”

Over 60 guests were treated to Long Island wines, beer, hors d’oeuvres and desserts as Robert Alvey presented the 2012 Garden City Bird Sanctuary Environmental Stewardship Award to Mike Lutz of Lutz Landscaping for his long term support of the community nature and wildlife area. Mike and his wife Linda raised their family in Garden City South and he is the owner of Lutz Landscaping, a full service landscape design and maintenance company serving Garden City, New Hyde Park and surrounding areas for over 25 years.  Mike has “environmental stewardship” in his genes, and his two sons have earned their Boy Scout Eagle rank through environmental projects. He has also called the sanctuary several times to offer special shrubs or trees he’s come across that he knows would be good additions to the site...and has even donated his truck to help deliver. Previous GCBS Environmental Stewardship Awards have been presented to New York State Senator Kemp Hannon, Garden City accountant Andrew L. Hult, Chaminade High School, and the Harder family of Harder Tree Services.


Election Results

Wednesday, 07 November 2012 13:11

(Unofficial Results)
* winner

U.S. President:
* Barack Obama (D)
Mitt Romney (R)


Frustration Mounts At Latest TVASNAC Meeting

Written by Dave Gil de Rubio Tuesday, 06 November 2012 09:38

Residents rail at overuse of Runway 22L

On Monday, October 22, the Town-Village Aircraft Safety & Noise Abatement Committee (TVASNAC) held its most recent meeting at East Williston’s village hall. With the primary topic for that evening’s meeting revolving around the excessive use Runway 22L in and out of JFK Airport, the FAA was represented by New York Terminal District Manager Jeffrey Clarke, public affairs specialist Jim Peter, Claude Vieira from JFK operations control and Robert Jaffe, an aviation safety inspector for the Eastern Region who also happens to be a licensed pilot. Although FAA regional administrator Carmine Gallo was slated to appear, he wound up being a no-show. Given the fact that there have been prior instances of representatives from different agencies failing to show up despite making commitments to the contrary, it wasn’t surprising that the concerned citizens who filled up this meeting started grumbling about yet another federal official blowing off another meeting.

Going To Bat For The Less Fortunate

Written by Vinny Messana Friday, 26 October 2012 00:00

Redmen maturing on and off the diamond

The 8-year-old boys on the Redmen baseball club have displayed maturity beyond their years while helping the less fortunate off the field and dominating games on the field. They recently won their Columbus Day tournament with an impressive 5-0 record, but have really contributed to the community off the field that has not gone unnoticed by the communities in Nassau County.

Just 18 months ago, the team was compiled from scratch, gathering “friends of friends” as Head Coach Ralph Bonelli described it. There were no tryouts conducted, rather a collection of talented boys interested in joining the team. The players are from Mineola, New Hyde Park, Williston Park, Albertson and Roslyn. It is a rather serious commitment for the boys, who have played baseball beginning in the spring, continuing through the summer and fall, which transitioned into their winter workouts that are held at Unlimited Sports in Port Washington. The boys have learned to play together and have become a very close group of friends.


East Williston Looking For Other Water Suppliers

Written by Michael Scro Friday, 26 October 2012 00:00

Neighboring villages among reported choices

The Village of East Williston announced during its Oct. 15 board of trustees meeting that in light of ongoing struggles with Williston Park over water rates, the village is actively looking for another water supplier.

The village has been in contact with the Albertson Water District, Village of Mineola, Old Westbury and Carle Place, holding discussions on each possibly supplying the village with 25 percent of their water. Neither of the alternative municipalities have enough water to be the village’s only provider.


Sparks Fly In The Debate Arena

Written by Rich Forestano and Dave Gil de Rubio Monday, 22 October 2012 15:49

Town hall format and Obama’s performance finds president rebounding in the polls

On Tuesday, Oct. 16, Hofstra University was the site for the second of three debates between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney. Hofstra had also hosted a debate between then-Democratic nominee Obama and GOP nominee Sen. John McCain back in 2008, making the school just the second university to host consecutive presidential debates. (St. Louis’ Washington University was the other.)

With Romney scoring what many considered an upset victory over Obama’s decidedly lackluster performance in the first debate, this follow-up was going to be a “deal maker or breaker in this campaign,” according to political pundit Chris Matthews, who spoke at Hofstra the prior week. Shortly after moderator Candy Crowley took the stage at 9 p.m., it was clear both candidates were prepared to come out swinging, making for a lively hour and a half that found roughly 65 million viewers tuning in to the town hall-style debate, according to the Nielsen Ratings.


Community Rallies For New Football Field

Written by Christy Hinko Friday, 19 October 2012 00:00

Alums initiate ‘Gridiron Fund’ to upgrade football team

If there’s any pizzeria that knows what it takes to feed the drive of football players, it would be Umberto’s Pizzeria and Restaurant of New Hyde Park, which has made a regular habit of making weekly pizza deliveries to the New York Giants. On Monday, Oct. 8, owner Umberto Corteo and his staff fed nearly 50 of the New Hyde Park Memorial High School’s Gladiator football players while making an official $500 donation to the NHP Football Gridiron Fund.

The fund, recently initiated by Rich, “Big Daddy” Salgado and Tom Dluginski, former New Hyde Park Memorial teammates in the 1980s, will help finance new equipment for the team and renovate the football field.


Excellence In Education

Written by Katelyn Malloy Friday, 19 October 2012 00:00

Buckley Country Day School teacher chosen for prestigious NAIS program

Roslyn’s Buckley Country Day School recently congratulated Gina Sipley on being selected by the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) to participate in their annual Teacher of the Future program. The Forest Hills resident was chosen along with 20 other teachers nationwide who inspire academic excellence and prominent teacher leadership. NAIS believes in high quality education for the 21st century, and focuses on nominees who excel in teaching environmentalism, globalism, equity and justice in conjunction with their use of technology in and out of the classroom.

Headmaster Dr. Jean-Marc Juhel of Buckley says, “Mrs. Sipley is an example of the type of growth-minded professionals that Buckley wants to continue to attract and support.”


Roadwork Going Well Says NHP Mayor

Written by Ronald Scaglia Friday, 12 October 2012 00:00

Mayor Petruccio says residents and village officials are pleased with the project

At the Oct. 2 New Hyde Park Village Board meeting, Mayor Dan Petruccio emphatically stated that the road work project is going well. Petruccio took exception to a recent news article in which a resident expressed dissatisfaction that a new curb was not installed on his street along with the road. He stated that the complaints of one resident do not reflect the opinion of the entire community.

“The decision of the board was to maximize roadwork,” said Petruccio. The mayor explained that in order to do that, the project would not involve changing curbs unless there was an issue so that the money would go specifically to the roads.


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