Landmark legislation that protects homeowners and communities from the ongoing foreclosure crisis has been signed into law, Senator Craig M. Johnson announced.
“This measure not only assists homeowners against unscrupulous lenders and uncooperative banks, but just as importantly, it helps protect their neighbors and neighborhoods from the ripple effects of a foreclosure crisis that they had no direct involvement with,” Senator Johnson said.
Christmas would seem different without the mayor’s annual wonderful party and a chance to meet so many old friends. Those we had a chance to talk to included Dr. Frank Johnson, Gerri, Ed, and Gene Solosky, Carl Marchese, Joyce Gorycki, John Macedo, Walter and Joan Hobbs, Manuel Fernandes, William Symington, Tom Gaines, Kevin Kerrane, Gary Tuthill, Frank Heinrich, Fred Booher, Joe Posillico, Michael Vizza, Joe Scalero, Pat Lackner, Gene Reidlinger, Charles Sleefe, Margaret Ann Farmer, Mary Parker, Jackie Wledgher, Kathleen D’Antonio, Joe Dores, Emilia Morelli, Meredith Minkoff, Vivien Yugn, John Davanzo, Tom Mikowski, Mike and Cina Palumbo, Lauren Christansen, David DaSilva, Gabriel and Sandy Fernandes, Lenny Palumbo, Richard Vieira, Peter Ferreira, Andrew Martone, Judge John O’Shea, Jeff Clark, Larry Werther, Williston Mayor Lud Ordierna, Susan Anaischik, Theresa Kelly, Councilman Angelo Ferrara, Nick Liakidnis, owner of the Station Coffee Shop; Kyle and Bob Teemsma, Anghus Park, John Young, Ron Ciesinwski, Assemblyman Tom McKevitt and Grand Knight Ken Lyons.
Traditionally a time of celebration, the holidays may be exceptionally hard for families who have endured the devastating effect of a drunk-driving crash. Their coping skills may be tested and the need for additional support is crucial.
For the past quarter century, John Strein has volunteered with the Mineola Athletic Association in one way or another to help improve the lives of the children in our community. Over the years, John coached a countless number of baseball and soccer teams and also served on our board of directors in many capacities, including the past three years as MAA president.
Operation Gratitude was a huge success. The idea of Dr. Edward Gottlieb of buying up at $1 per pound kids candy left over from Halloween and storing them in his office and then shipping them to California passed all expectations. He collected about 600 pounds of candy which were then sent to our troops fighting in Afganistan and Iraq. Dr. Gottlieb said he was glad to help our fighting forces any way he could. His office is on Hillside Avenue in Williston Park.
This week, the state senate tackled New York’s budget deficit without tax-hiking mid-year school cuts, enacted much-needed reforms to its pension system, and brought much-needed accountability and transparency to this state’s public authorities.
Ben Franklin was a man of many talents. Mineola has a man like that in Peter Gollobin.
He is the owner of MEDIpoint, MEDIpoint International, and FirstLine Medical Supplies, manufacturing a quarter of a million medical devices a day in his factory in Mineola. MEDIpoint’s products are sold in over 60 countries worldwide, including India, Taiwan, and Australia.
It has come to my attention that certain companies are sending out mailings to homeowners offering to file STAR Exemption forms on homeowners’ behalf for a fee – as high as 100 percent of the exemption obtained.
Please be aware homeowners may file applications for STAR Exemptions (as well as other property tax exemptions) with the Nassau County Assessor’s Office for free. You do not need to pay a fee or have a company complete the forms for you.
Please visit the County Assessor’s website www.nassaucountyny.gov/agencies/
Assessor/index.html to view brochures and print application forms for exemptions. Applications for the STAR Exemption are due by Jan. 4, 2010.
Please share this information with your friends and family.
Assemblyman Tom McKevitt today announced that the Assembly has come to an agreement on “Leandra’s Law.” This legislation will make it a felony to operate a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content of .08 or higher when a child under the age of 15 is a passenger in the vehicle. It will also require a breathalyzer ignition lock to be installed on vehicles owned and operated by a person convicted of driving while intoxicated.
Two front-page articles recently in the Mineola American brought awareness to things sadly coming to an end and things to be aware of in the future.
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