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Letter: Promises Kept and Broken….

Friday, 21 May 2010 00:00

When Williston Park Mayor Paul Ehrbar ran for that office he was a sitting appointed member of the Herricks School Board.   During his mayoral campaign he made several promises to the voters.  One was that he would be a full time mayor.  To date it appears he has kept that promise.  He spends hours each day at the village hall or in the field with staff.  That is good.  Being mayor is a serious responsibility and there is much to learn and do.


Letter: Too Many Overweight Kids in Our Schools

Friday, 21 May 2010 00:00

According to the CDC, 17 percent of American children aged 6-11 are overweight. Unhealthy weight gain (due mainly to poor diet and lack of exercise) is responsible for over 300,000 deaths each year. Childhood obesity leads to adolescent obesity, which leads to adult obesity. All this obesity is a direct contributor to many life-threatening conditions, including: diabetes, cardiovascular disease, hypertension and stroke. Many studies have found that regular physical activity and careful attention to diet are key factors in maintaining a healthy weight.


Letter: Get Out and Vote for School Budget

Friday, 14 May 2010 00:00

Dear neighbors, friends and fellow taxpayers of New Hyde Park Garden City Park, and Sewanhaka School Districts, I am writing to you regarding May 18th our school budget vote.

This is a very critical time for all of us….children and taxpayers alike. Being as active as I am in our community, I am privileged to meet and speak with so many of you. The concern of many is that this is a very sensitive economic climate.  Believe me, I empathize with you and I have the very same concerns. For this very reason I am asking all of you to get out the vote..


Letter: Herricks High Senior Urges Passage of Budget

Friday, 14 May 2010 00:00

My name is Michael DiBattista and I am a senior at Herricks High School. As you know, this year’s budget faces a severe risk of being voted down in the first proposal.

Many parents in the community do not want to pay for the increases found in this year’s budget as a result of the increasing costs of resources such as oil and electricity. While I and the students of Herricks High School fully understand the effects these increased costs have on the community and the families within the community, especially while we are still feeling the effects of the recent economic recession, we are appalled that our own parents would make us suffer as a result.


Letter: No More Library Cuts

Friday, 07 May 2010 00:00

One of the most important services any community enjoys is its public library. You wouldn’t think so judging by the actions Governor Paterson and the New York State Assembly have taken on funding libraries and library systems in the State’s 2010-11 state budget plans.  The Governor has recommended that state aid to library systems and their member libraries be reduced by $4.2 million. The senate has rejected this recommendation, but the assembly is still debating it.


Desk of NHP Superintendent Robert Katulak: May 7, 2010

Written by Robert Katulak Friday, 07 May 2010 00:00

New Hyde Park Submits Fiscally Sound Budget

The New Hyde Park-Garden City Park Board of Education collaborating with the Superintendent of Schools, Robert Katulak, and our district’s administrators have put forward a budget, which is fiscally responsible in these difficult times in which we live, and maintains all essential programs for our students. We have worked hard to come up with a series of budget reductions that respects the financial needs of our taxpayers, and at the same time, continues to provide rigor and excellence for our children’s education.


Parenthood Plus - April 30, 2010

Written by Andrew Malekoff Friday, 30 April 2010 00:00

Making Rounds

I have been writing Parenting Plus since February 2007. Sometimes I include personal details about my life. I strive for universal appeal but I never know for certain if I reach that goal. Although I try to make points to be helpful to parents and other community members that care about kids, sometimes I think what I make are “rounds” that are less hard-edged and softer than points.


Letter: Honoring Harold Nelson

Friday, 30 April 2010 00:00
When Shelter Rock Tennis and Country Club was formed, Harold Nelson was on the board of Temple Judea of Manhasset as well as the club, which adjoined. He got both to agree to enlarge a path to a paved road. The temple could park their holiday overflow on the club’s lot, and the club had access to Searingtown Road.

Letter: Memorial Students Quietly Helping Special Olympic Athletes

Friday, 23 April 2010 00:00
A group of New Hyde Park Memorial High School softball players and students have been, without any fanfare, devoting their time each Friday after practice to help Special Olympic athletes play baseball and softball.

From the Desk of Senator Craig Johnson - April 16, 2010

Friday, 16 April 2010 00:00

State Workers Should Agree to Salary Freeze

Last week, Governor Paterson put forth legislation that included a temporary freeze on projected state employee raises while the budget is under negotiations.


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