The Mineola School District Board of Education is in discussion to prep a phone survey if the bond vote were to fail on Oct. 26, according to district superintendent Dr. Michael Nagler. He said in a phone interview that residents should vote for the current bond if they want a cluster and the other bond if they want a north/south jurisdiction split.
November 2 couldn’t come soon enough for the people who trekked up to the Universalist Church in Manhasset last Wednesday evening to the League of Women Voters of Port Washington/Manhasset Meet the Candidates Night. Whether or not this forum proved to be a make or break for the folks taking questions remains to be seen.
7th District Senatorial Candidate Jack Martins held a “truth” conference last Friday to address the alleged accusations regarding his campaign headquarters made by Senator Craig Johnson. Martins stood outside Johnson’s District office on Herricks Road addressing supporters, passersby, media members and one Johnson representative.
Select 13th Avenue residents attended last week’s board of trustee’s meeting to explain their continuing discontent with the noise emanating from the Verizon Wireless Plant in Garden City that has been plaguing them since December. Various residents called for Mineola to join them in their possible lawsuit against the Village of Garden City and Verizon.
It’s that time of the election year again when incumbents and challengers alike flock to local libraries care of the League of Women Voters to voice their views on current topics and issues surrounding the respective areas they hope to either continue to or to newly represent.
The League of Women Voters of Eastern Nassau played host to Meet the Candidates Night at the East Meadow Library last week. Incumbents and challengers from the 6th and 8th Senate Districts, 17th and 19th Assembly Districts were on hand to take questions from the audience in an effort to clarify their take on Albany, Long Island and more.
Principal Matthew Gaven knew the kids were anxiously awaiting their new toys. He realized what was about to happen.
“We planned it so that they’d come back from recess and be surprised to see them sitting on their desks,” he said “It’s a given that they’d be excited.”
Joseph Wood is not a fireman, police officer, soldier, lifeguard or masked vigilante fighting crime in the wee hours of the night. However, like the professions and superhero mentioned, he is a hero in every possible definition of the word.
Mineola Mayor Jack Martins delivered the State of the Village Address last Tuesday night at Village Hall, in which he chronicled the overall progression of Mineola from when he took office seven years ago to today. In 2003, Mineola was nearly bankrupt, with approximately $33 million in long-term debt.
Fall Festival/Plant Sale - Friday, October 1
Spirituality for Singles - Saturday, October 2
Women's Wellness Cafe - Tuesday, October 5
In an effort to explain why the Willis Avenue School fits better under reconfiguration option three as opposed to other schools, Mineola Superintendent Michael Nagler offered a comparison at last weeks board meeting. Nagler used architectural renderings to showcase how the Hampton Street School would look if it were to get the “treatment” Willis Avenue would get under the bond that is up for vote on Oct. 26.
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