Farmingdale School Board Adopts Budget
The Farmingdale Board of Education officially adopted the budget for the 2002-2003 school year this week at a special meeting held on April 23, which will result in a $7,340,026 or 7.85 percent increase from last year's budget.
Residents Deliver Petitions Opposing Spagnoli Power Plant
The South Huntington Alliance for Responsible Energy Development (SHARED) and Long Island Voters for Environmental Safety (LIVES) held a joint press conference on April 16, prior to the Huntington Town Board Hearing, to voice their concerns over KeySpan's proposed Power Plant and to show board members that there is opposition.
Banner Weekend for PAL Girls Lacrosse
As the Farmingdale varsity girls' lacrosse team looks to repeat as the Conference A County Champions in 2002 one doesn't have to look far for at least one major reason for their success, the Farmingdale PAL girls lacrosse program. All 22 varsity players began in that program. Farmingdale PAL girls' lacrosse has continued to grow over the years. It now has eight travel teams with over 150 girls playing on those teams.
Farmingdale Titans Make It to State Cup Quarters Finals
The Farmingdale Titans, a girls U-10 travel team, is still alive in the State Cup competition. Last September, over 80 teams from Albany to Montauk started playing in the State Cup competition. Today only eight are still playing. The Titans will play their next game at Howitt Middle School on Sunday, May 19 at 10:50 a.m. against the Scarsdale Raiders and invite all to come watch a great game.
Plan Proposed to Boost Recruitment of Volunteer Emergency Personnel
Calling for Persons Under Age 14 to Wear a Helmet While Operating a Scooter