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Letter: Buhmann Agrees With Caro on School District’s Busing Issue

Friday, 17 July 2009 00:00

Bravo to Tom Caro for speaking on behalf of many, many taxpayers of this district. If the board of education and administration were as thoughtful as he is on these issues perhaps our burdensome tax rates would not be so!

 

Letter: Manton Discusses Health Care Issues

Friday, 17 July 2009 00:00

Over the last 25 years, although I suspect that many residents might be in denial on this point, the Nassau County that historian Edward Smits dubbed “Suburbia, USA” has become more urbanized; more Queens-like. We now discuss issues like crime, homelessness, taxes, and immigration in a manner that, prior to 1980, would have been seen largely as Big City concerns: concerns of places like Queens.

 

From the Desk of Legislator Dave Mejias: July 10, 2009

Written by Legislator Dave Mejias Friday, 10 July 2009 00:00

NOAA Advises: When Thunder Roars, Go Indoors!

Two weeks ago marked the first official week of the summer. It also marked the beginning of Lightning Safety Week, a week of education and awareness designated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

 

Letter: Caro Discusses Busing Issue at Levittown Schools

Friday, 10 July 2009 00:00

As for the issue of increased distances for children before they are eligible for bus transportation a few of things come to mind:

 

Letter: Hunt Responds to Levittown School Audit Article

Friday, 03 July 2009 00:00

I find it hard to accept Dr. Sirois’ statement that the $15.9 million overfunding of an employee account “had no adverse effect on the taxpayers.”

 

Letter: Yatauro Calls for Leadership in State Senate

Friday, 03 July 2009 00:00

(This letter is dated June 27.)

Unemployment is still rising. Businesses continue to fail. Municipal governments require assistance to avoid further slashing of vital social programs. Nassau County needs help from Albany to avoid layoffs and the closing of many of our offices, parks and facilities.

 

Letter: Kelty Upset With Hannon’s Handling of ITHS Lead Issue

Thursday, 25 June 2009 16:50

(Editor’s Note: This letter was originally sent to Senator Kemp Hannon and is being printed here at the author’s request.)

With all due respect to your title as NYS Senator, do not ever refer to me as “friend.”

 

Letter: Father Upset With Driver Who Caused Daughter’s Accident

Written by Sheila Ferrari Thursday, 25 June 2009 16:48

My oldest daughter was driving southbound on Hicksville Road on Saturday, June 19 and was waiting to make a left turn onto Jean Avenue, across from the Bethpage Post Office. A woman in a minivan was heading northbound and waiting to make a left turn into the post office.

 

Letter: LI Will Benefit From Change in Senate

Wednesday, 17 June 2009 16:27

The good news is that Long Island Republicans are coming back into control of the Senate and will have the ability to stop bad legislation, as well as having the leverage to force more State money (our fair share) to our schools, towns, and villages. We saw this when our school districts received record State school aid during the last five years.

 

Letter: McDonough Addresses Government Consolidation Bill

Friday, 12 June 2009 09:41

Earlier this week, I voted against A.8501, the New N.Y. Government Reorganization and Citizen Empowerment Act. This bill, which was introduced less than two weeks prior to our voting on it, was rushed through the Assembly with little regard for public input or opinion. In all actuality, there was very little debate on a bill, which could have serious consequences for millions of New Yorkers, particularly on Long Island.

A.8501 was a revision of the statutory procedure for consolidation and dissolution of local government entities. In place of the current statutory structure, which contains various differing requirements throughout Town Law and Village Law, this bill would enact uniform procedures and requirements applicable to all local government entities. Additionally, the legislation also applies to a wide range of “local government entities,” including towns, villages, districts, special improvement districts or other improvement districts, library districts and other special districts created by law. Exempt under this bill were school districts, city districts and special purpose districts created by counties under the County Law.

 

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