Emotion filled the air as grieving families, along with rescue workers from New York City and local town officials, gathered to honor the memories of the 2,983 innocent lives lost in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.
Sunday, Sept. 11 will be the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.
There are many local memorial services available for residents. Nassau County’s ceremonies were scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 7.
At 7:30 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 11 the Town of Hempstead will hold its 9-11 Memorial Service at Town Park Point Lookout, on Lido Blvd. A service of remembrance alongside the waters of the Atlantic on the 10th anniversary will be held.
One last hurrah for the Levittown Slammers. The New York Mets recently honored the players of the Levittown Slammers at Citifeld. The girls watched batting practice on the field, were introduced pregame and posed for photos. The team: Meghan Acton, Jennifer Arbiter, Kristen Arbiter, Kristina Barberi, Alannah Basile, Samantha Basile, Danielle Fogarty, Sabrina Gordek, Kaitlin Mars, Ashley Massoni, Kim Nowak, Toniann Pasqueralle, Shamar Sanchez, Alexa Serrano, Haley Torswick. Manager: Mike Gordek; Coaches: Steve Mars, Rob Massoni, Craig Torswick. Sabrina Gordek and Ashley Massoni were Babe Ruth World Series All Stars; Massoni also pitched the first perfect game in the World Series history. Photo by Marc Levine
Many trees fell in Levittown; rescue workers worked quickly to remove as much as possible. Levittown volunteers responded to 34 power line related incidents, five automatic fire alarms caused by power loss or surges, three EMS calls, seven false alarms from carbon monoxide detectors (a chronic problem even without a storm) and three fires of a minor nature. In addition to the alarms, firefighters assisted in clearing trees from the local streets. Photo by Kevin Imm.
According to Superintendent Charles Murphy, the domains of an effective lesson plan will be broken down into three categories. “It comes down to instructional performance,” said Murphy. “Also, student/teacher interactions and professional attributes.”
On Tuesday, May 31 the members of the Wantagh Levittown Volunteer Ambulance Corp (WLVAC) who were wrapping up an overnight shift at the station house on Balsam Lane received a 911 call for something they had only responded to possibly once before. It was a woman in labor, at her home, a home located directly adjacent from the station.
The Borisuck family, Diana and her husband Daniel with their four young children, had just moved to Levittown from Queens less than one day earlier. All of the excitement from the move to a new house put Diana right into labor with her fifth child the following morning.
On Wednesday, Aug. 10 about 26 residents, parents and other community members attended the regular meeting of the Levittown Board of Education at the Levittown Memorial Education Center (LMEC).
The members of the Levittown Board of Education resolved (5-0) to approve the budget of the necessary claims and expenditures in Levittown Union Free School District. The breakdown is as follows: $197,907,475 for School Purpose and $6,985,156 for Library Purpose for a total of $204,892,631. The remainder of the adopted budget $131,874,828 is to be levied upon the taxable property of the school district.
It is with deep regret that the Chief’s Office, the Board of Fire Commissioners, the officers and members of Engine Company 2 and Levittown Fire Department announce the passing of ex-chief and Charter Member Daniel T. Seip Sr.
Seip, born in Roslyn in 1920, was a 60-year member of the Levittown Fire Department. From 1944 through 1946, Seip served in the United States Naval Reserve in defense of his country. Following the war, Seip and his family moved to Levittown where he worked at Grumman Aircraft Manufacturing in Bethpage as a tool and die maker.
On Wednesday, Aug. 10, up to 40 protestors from MoveOn.org gathered by Rep. Peter King’s office in Massapequa to protest his recent support for legislation that raised the nation’s debt ceiling.
“We have a simple message: we need jobs, not budget cuts,” said Bob McKee, a local MoveOn.org member. “We’re here today to say ‘enough is enough’ and demand that Representative King stop his assault on the American Dream. It is far past time that Washington end the tax giveaways to corporations and the wealthy and use that money to revitalize our community and create good jobs that we so desperately need.”
Levittown’s shoppers may have noticed an unusual number of collection drives outside local supermarkets and inside Levittown’s Old Navy considering it is not the traditional holiday season. This whirlwind of midsummer collection drives over a four-day span led to a U-haul trailer and the back of a Suburban full of nonperishable food, toiletries, clothing, and furniture and an additional $1,100 heading from Levittown to Joplin for the victims of the May 22 tornado that devastated the Missouri town.
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