Nassau County Legislator Judy Jacobs’ campaign for re-election has been the recipient of actions which the Legislator refers to as “costly craziness.” Signs which are costly and labor intensive to place have been disappearing and defaced while nearby Republican signs have been left intact.
Four signs, three on Woodbury road, and one on Manetto Hill Road have been stolen. Four others have been methodically destroyed, according to Legislator Jacobs, by cutting the name out of the sign. “It is totally unbelievable. Just drive in the area and you will note that the signs for Republican candidates are untouched,” said Ms. Jacobs.
The Town of Oyster Bay will soon get its first dog park. The promise was made by Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto at the end of the Oct. 18 board meeting. Town residents Peggy Heijmen of Oyster Bay and Michael Peress of Jericho spoke in favor of the dogs.
Peggy Heijmen, a resident of Oyster Bay and a member of Long Island Dog, a 5013(c)3 organization was there to ask for access to parks and beaches for Long Island dog owners. Ms. Heijmen said in June 2110 the group submitted a petition signed by 300 dog owners asking for a dog park in the town. She said they hoped when the SEA Fund was passed that the town would put some funds aside to provide a safe place for dogs to exercise. They suggested a potential site that was the former Liberty site, and is now known as the Allen Park Extension, a site in South Farmingdale; and one in Massapequa, Louden Avenue.
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano has submitted what he is calling his job creation and retention plan for Nassau County to Governor Cuomo’s Regional Economic Development Council. The submission recognizes current obstacles to development and includes opportunities expressed by the private sector for inclusion in “Nassau’s Job Corridor” which stretches from Belmont Park in the West to Nassau’s Hub in the heart of the county to the former United States Navy-Grumman property in Bethpage at the Eastern end of Nassau. The county executive’s “Accelerate Nassau Now Plan” seeks to partner with New York State to enhance the present assets at each center of economic opportunity in the area and addresses current obstacles to economic growth.
On Friday, Oct. 7, Plainview-Old Bethpage JFK High School teachers, administrators and staff donated $5 each lending their support to Lee National Denim Day and celebrated 16 years of fighting breast cancer. Each employee wore pink shirts and denim jeans in honor of the very special “casual Friday.” Together the staff raised $330 for the cause.
The Robbery Squad is investigating a robbery that occurred in Plainview on Tuesday, October 18, at 4:20 p.m.
According to detectives, a white male subject, approximately 25-years-old, 6’ tall, wearing a green pullover sweater, blue jeans, sunglasses and a white Nike logo baseball style cap entered the Chase Bank located at 404 Woodbury Road and handed a demand note to a teller. The subject left the bank without any proceeds and was observed walking through the parking lot westbound towards South Oyster Bay Road. There were 10 employees and four customers present at the time of the incident and no injuries were reported.
Abilities! President & CEO John D. Kemp announced that Senior Vice President of Administration & Chief Financial Officer Sheryl Buchel is a recipient of the Long Island Business News CFO of the Year award. The Old Bethpage resident is a member of the inaugural 2011 CFO of the Year award program launched by the business publication to recognize Long Island’s top financial officers for “outstanding fiscal leadership and contributions to company performance.”
One of the most iconic images to come out of World War II was the famous poster by artist J. Howard Miller featuring “Rosie the Riveter,” a tough, capable woman in a kerchief bearing her biceps, stating “We Can Do It!” Though many things have changed since the 1940s, Rosie’s indomitable spirit is what New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand wished to invoke at the Friday, Oct. 7, Long Island Women’s Economic Roundtable.
As part of its ongoing mission to educate and represent the interests of the community, the Plainview-Old Bethpage Chamber of Commerce is holding its annual Candidate’s Forum at its next monthly meeting on Oct. 19 at the Plainview Mariott Residence Inn at 8 a.m.
Presently slated to appear at the Chamber’s Forum are candidates for town and county elections, including Supervisor John Venditto, Councilwoman Rebecca M. Alesia, Nassau County Legislator Judy Jacobs, John Capobianco, James Milano, Allison McNally, Terrence Kelly and Eva Pearson.
On Sunday, Sept. 25, the skies cleared and the excitement mounted as The Manetto Hill Animal Hospital hosted their 2nd Annual Paws 2 Love Adoption Festival and Benefit. The overwhelming support of the community poured out into the streets of Manetto Hill Road, as crowds came in to view the adoptable pets.
Over a dozen homeless animals found homes that very day. Many attendees also filled out applications for potential adoptions in the future.
After much discussion last year, the survey was administered as part of a plan to improve the school climate, in part due to concerns about bullying within the district, and in part due to the need to make changes in accordance with the requirements of DASA (Dignity For All Students Act), enacted by the state legislature in 2010.
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