A “paradise” was not the scene at last week’s public hearing at Village Hall in Mineola; at least not for 99 Cents Paradise.
Storeowner Saleem Usman came before the board of trustees to attain a special use permit to sell food at the store. However, Mayor Scott Strauss and the board had other ideas, ideas that concerned village code.
Graffiti has been noticed throughout Mineola over the last two weeks, with black tag marks and profane language appearing on several village buildings, restaurants and other locations. Village officials detailed the issues at a recent Board of Trustees meeting.
According to Building Department Superintendent Dan Whalen, as many as 10 locations were spotted with graffiti around the village, including parks and businesses.
Back for his third time, under a third mayor, Elmont resident J.P. Iacona was at his philanthropic ways once again. Iacona presented an appreciation plaque to Mineola residents Bill Urianek and Sal Cataldo at last week’s board of trustees meeting.
Ask any teacher. When it comes to receiving tenure, it can be nerve-wracking. For one dozen Mineola School District teachers, a sigh of relief can be had.
Twelve Mineola teachers received tenure at last week’s workshop meeting at Willis Avenue School. Three from Mineola High School, two from Willis Avenue, four from Jackson Avenue School and three from Cross Street School attained a status that every teacher works to achieve.
Maintaining the fields in the Village of Mineola is a task unlike no other. Tim O’Connell knows that.
Mineola Police Athletic Lea-gue (MPAL) executive board member Tim O’Connell came before the Mineola Village Board of Trustees at a recent board of trustees meeting to present a check of $1,400 to help maintain and improve the athletic fields in the village.
First it was the reconfiguration that dominated the school board meetings at Willis Avenue School. For the last few months, the lease of a closed building has been at the forefront of the consciousness of district parents, residents and the board of education.
It was the talk of board meetings; you heard it in the halls and parking lots and was endlessly discussed on District Superintendent Dr. Michael Nagler’s blog. Would the budget pass? Would Mineola welcome two new board members? Could the reconfiguration be done away with?
It was good eats, dancing and auctions galore last week at Jericho Terrace in Mineola. In conjunction with TeamFox, the Michael J. Fox Parkinson’s Disease Research Foundation and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Long Island, “Night on the Town in Mineola,” showcased sample cuisines from New York City and Long Island restaurants.
Six Mineola youngsters received Scouting’s highest honor on May 6. Vincent Buonincontro, Nick D’Annuzio, Nicholas Fiori, Glenn Peters, Perry Llanes and Zachary Rachell attained the rank of Eagle Scout at the Troop 45 Eagle Scout Ceremony at the First Presbyterian Church.
The annual Mineola Fair will not be held in Memorial Park this year, but instead moved to the downtown area of the village closer to shops and other local businesses. The village board unanimously voted to move the fair at a recent board meeting.
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