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Injunction Denied – Supreme Court Allows NIFA ‘Control Period’

Written by Matthew A. Piacentini Friday, 18 March 2011 00:00

Mangano Responds With Major Budget Cuts for Nassau

“I can’t get no satisfaction from the judge,” sang Chuck Berry in a lyric that may well articulate emotions around Nassau headquarters this week after an injunction County Executive Edward P. Mangano was seeking against NIFA’s takeover was denied in New York State Supreme Court and plans for major budget cuts began in order to fill what NIFA views as a deficit.

State Supreme Court Justice Arthur M. Diamond issued a 30-page decision dated March 11, 2011 in favor of the Nassau Interim Finance Authority (NIFA), dismissing Nassau’s efforts to prove that the control period enacted on Jan. 26 of this year was unconstitutional.


Plainview-Old Bethpage Board of Ed Holds Third Budget Meeting

Written by Karen Gellender Friday, 18 March 2011 00:00

Board Members Discuss Ways to Trim Transportation Costs

At the March 14 Plainview-Old Bethpage Board of Education Meeting, the board continued going through the proposed budget on a department-by-department basis, as they had done at the previous meeting on March 7. This time, the areas on the agenda were Athletics, Curriculum, Personnel, Board of Education/District Clerk, and Superintendent. Assistant Superintendent for Business Ryan Ruf also reported on the proposed revenue for 2011-2012. In general, while noting that they were unwilling to compromise wherever the children’s safety was concerned, board members looked for small areas of the budget where additional savings could perhaps be reaped.

POB Board of Education Holds Second Budget Meeting

Written by Karen Gellender Friday, 11 March 2011 00:00

At the March 7 Plainview-Old Bethpage Board of Education Meeting, the board went through the proposed budget on a department-by-department basis. In addition, Kim Parahus, the district’s Director of School Facilities and Operations II Buildings and Grounds, went through how the capital reserve fund, approved by the community in May 2010, will be spent on capital improvements throughout the district.


POB Library Board of Trustees Holds 2011 Budget Meeting

Written by Karen Gellender Friday, 11 March 2011 00:00

(Editor’s Note: Due to how the Plainview-Old Bethpage Library presents its budget, references to increases and decreases in dollar amounts refer to the difference between the proposed 2011-2012 budget and the anticipated expenditures of 2010-2011, not the 2010-2011 budget as it was originally proposed.)

The board of trustees of the Plainview-Old Bethpage Library had a difficult task ahead of them on March 2: to attempt to present a “bare bones” budget that would satisfy a recession-weary public, yet still maintain the five-star service said public has come to expect.


Plainview Resident Arrested on Mail Fraud Charge

Written by Karen Gellender Friday, 04 March 2011 00:00

Plainview resident Gilbert Solnin was recently arrested by U.S. Postal Inspectors for allegedly defrauding dozens of advertising and marketing agencies out of hundreds of thousands of dollars. According to federal court documents, Solnin allegedly defrauded companies from all over the United States out of approximately $400,000 while claiming to represent beverage companies that he was not in fact affiliated with.


Plainview-Old Bethpage Board of Education Discusses 2011-2012 Budget

Written by Karen Gellender Friday, 04 March 2011 00:00

Some Program Changes in Consideration While Board Decides Which Cuts Need to Be Made Now

With 10.4 positions proposed for reduction next year, the first budget meeting of the year for the Plainview-Old Bethpage Board of Education on Feb. 28 was a fairly somber affair, as administrators attempted to explain the rationale behind some of their choices. Fortunately, the district’s new website, long in development, is slated to be up and running soon- and taking a look at the much cleaner, more functional website design gave the board and the community something positive to focus on as well.


NIFA Takeover on Hold as Nassau Seeks to Void It in Court

Written by Matthew A. Piacentini Friday, 25 February 2011 00:00

NY State Supreme Court Stays Control Period

Nassau County’s government and the state watchdog agency NIFA entered the next step in their battle for ultimate financial authority over the county, as New York State Supreme Court Justice Arthur M. Diamond ruled to put NIFA’s “control period” on hold while the court considers Nassau’s arguments against the legality of the takeover. Nassau County attorneys, under County Executive Edward P. Mangano’s lead, have submitted to the court that the takeover was executed in violation of the law and was facilitated by an unfair change in NIFA’s policies.


Kids of Distinction Scholarship Program Returns for 2011

Friday, 25 February 2011 00:00

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto, together with Kids Helping Kids by Kids Way, Inc. co-Founders Robert A.J. Eslick and Philip M. Eslick, announce their co-sponsored “Kids of Distinction” Scholarship Program for 2011.


Long Island Leaders Join Forces for Third Annual Long Island Lobby Day

Friday, 18 February 2011 00:00

POB Chamber of Commerce, Concerned Citizens of POB and Other Local Organizations Participate

Tuesday, Feb. 8 marked the third annual Long Island Lobby Day. Over 50 participants, representing nearly 45 Long Island business leaders, environmentalists, civic associations, human services, senior advocates, Smart Growth planners, labor groups and transportation advocates converged in Albany to meet with elected officials in hopes of advancing a substantive platform to help Long Island. The platform included transportation, sewer infrastructure, energy and environment, small business, jobs and economic development and human services.
The day opened with a press conference where the group introduced the agenda and themes for the day: economic development and job creation, benefits of transportation, sewer infrastructure, renewable energy and more. The coalition’s proposals would create an estimated 85,000 jobs, as well as incentivize the creation of 15,000 new units of housing near transit and in our downtowns. These items will help address changing demographics on Long Island.


Manetto Hill Jewish Center Holds Installation Ceremony For Rabbi David Senter

Written by Karen Gellender Friday, 18 February 2011 00:00

When people think of the auditions, the first image to come to mind is auditioning for a role in a performance. However, Rabbi David Ross Senter recently auditioned for a somewhat different role; the role of the spiritual leader of Manetto Hill Jewish Center (MHJC). After an in-depth “Rabbi Audition” process, MHJC chose Senter, a fourth-generation rabbi known for his warm and welcoming personality, to lead their synagogue. On Sunday morning, Feb. 13, synagogue members and leaders of the community welcomed Senter in a spirited Rabbi Installation Ceremony.


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