Giminaro and Denauski Nominated for Upcoming Village Elections
Three local residents will be vying for two open seats on the Incorporated Village of Farmingdale Board of Trustees on Election Day, Tuesday, March 19. Two incumbents, Marialyce Denauski and Dr. Benjamin Giminaro, as well as resident Frank LiCausi, are running for the positions.
Local Residents Form Group in Response to Proposed Power Plant
Local residents and community leaders banned together to fight KeySpan's proposed power plant on Spagnoli Road in Melville. As a result of many community meetings and frustrated residents banning together, LIVES was formed - Long Island Voters for Environmental Safety. The mission of the group is to preserve the local quality of life by opposing the proposed 250 mega-watt power plant on Spagnoli Road.
PAL Girls Basketball
As the playoffs approach, things began to heat up last Friday in the PAL 4th/5th grade division. In the first game, Coach Terry McPartland's green team defeated a game black team by the score of 20-4. The Green "Bahama Mama's" were led by Nicole Kellermann, Regina Bates and Brittany Hushion, who all turned in good offensive numbers. Jamie McPartland, Megan Fullam, Jessica Picket and Michele Lambert all contributed fine defensive efforts to hold off the black team.
FHS Wrestling Hosts Nassau County Qualifier Tournament
On Saturday Feb. 9, the Farmingdale High School wrestling team hosted the Nassau County Qualifier Wrestling Tournament. Only the top four place winners in each weight class with compete at the Nassau County Championships, and 16 Farmingdale wrestlers qualified. This is the most place winners Farmingdale has had in recent years. Congratulations to all the wrestlers and coaching staff.
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Labriola Announces College Tax Credit