While members of the Massapequa American Legion Post 1066 were getting their sleep before the start of the fourth of July weekend celebrations and their participation in the holiday parade, vandals destroyed the entrance to the Post’s Memorial Garden, knocking over a heavy concrete column that broke the eagle in half and partially knocked another off its concrete foundation.
As noted in last week’s issue of The Massapequan Observer, Thursday, July 15 is the day for another hearing in the case of Sanji Francis, the Merrick-based physician accused of selling prescription drugs to undercover agents.
The hearing will begin on July 15 at 2 p.m. It will take place at the New York State Supreme Court building on 252 Old Country Rd. in the west wing of the second floor.
Over the past several years, John Carpenter has turned Massapequa into the Classic Movies Capital of Long Island.
To return the favor, over 70 people traveled to the Bar Harbour Library last Saturday to celebrate Carpenter’s birthday, a day complete with movies, prizes, and gathering of old friends, all paying tribute to the premier scholar of American cinema.
There has been another adjournment in the case of Sanji Francis, the Merrick-based physician accused of selling prescription drugs to undercover agents.
When The Massapequan Observer last caught up with local resident Andrew Kromholz, he had just been selected to play a concert at the Governor’s Mansion in Albany.
Massapequa High School was the scene of a protest rally as up to 100 CSEA union members lent their support to the custodial unit serving the Massapequa School District.
On Saturday, June 19, at the Massapequa Park Public Library at 40 Harbor Lane, the community will have the opportunity at his 2 p.m. Classic Film Program of congratulating the man who we have all come to call and know as The Massapequa Park Movie Man on the occasion of his 48th birthday.
While all the attention has been on the Massapequa School District budget, the Village of Massapequa Park recently approved its own 2010-2011 budget, one that calls for $6,077,951 in expenditures, a decrease from last year’s budget, one that amounted to $6,845,163 in spending.
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.
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