State Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (R.-Freeport) recently joined in a ribbon cutting ceremony with Lynn and Jim Scarpati and Governor David Paterson to launch the construction of the Wantagh Parkway guard rail project.
The Oyster Bay Town Board has scheduled a public hearing for Tuesday, June 22, on one of the components of that plan, the Massapequa Creek Watershed Management and Corridor Restoration Plan.
In the past several years, John Carpenter has transformed Massapequa into the Classic Movies Mecca of Long Island. But the Movie Man wasn’t always on the side of fortune. A decade ago, such things weren’t possible. In fact, the Movie Man was just glad to be alive. In 1999, he narrowly escaped death when he was hit by a car while crossing Clark Boulevard, on the way to visit his parents.
I can remember as a boy growing up in Massapequa that it was a huge thrill to march in the Decoration Day Parade and to this day, even though the name has been changed to Memorial Day, I’m sure that the participants who marched down Broadway and Park Boulevard felt the same as I did way back in the 1930s. This year’s parade was co-sponsored by the American Legion Post 1066 and the Sgt. Peter F. Colleran Post 7763.
The North Massapequa Fire District Board of Commissioners recently passed a board resolution to designate its two firehouses as official “Safe Havens” for abandoned newborns. Now, birth mothers are provided with another outlet to relinquish custody of their newborns in a safe manner and not be held criminally liable for abandonment. The program will be run according to the New York State “Safe Haven” law and guidelines provided by the AMT Children of Hope Foundation.
Massapequa Public School District Superintendent of Schools Charles Sulc and the Board of Education are pleased with the community’s support of the 2010-2011 operating budget, which passed by a vote of 3,245 to 2,621.
As home to such organizations as Drug Free Massapequa (DFM) and YES Community Counseling Center, the Village of Massapequa Park has become a center of anti-drug activity and awareness in Nassau County. And so, it was fitting that Nassau County Executive Edward I. Mangano would come to Massapequa to update the county’s efforts to combat drug and especially heroin addiction in Long Island.
The Massapequa School District has one of the largest budgets in all of Long Island. This year, the school board approved a $176,172,498 budget for the 2010-2011 school year. And on Tuesday, May 18, voters in the school district approved that budget by a solid margin, 3,245 to 2,621. The Massapequa Library budget vote was also approved, by a similar 3,508 to 2,261 margin.
Did you think the local newspaper industry was dead or dying? According to a recent study and New York Press Association (NYPA) campaign, your community weekly newspaper actually remains a primary way for people to get information that is important to them.
On Tuesday, May 18, residents of the Massapequa School District will vote on the 2010-2011 school budget.
In addition to the budget vote, residents will vote to elect one trustee to the Board of Education. An incumbent BOE member, Timothy Taylor, will be the only candidate on the ballot.
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