Dillon Issues Identity Theft Warning to NC Residents
Over the past decade, identity theft has become one of the fastest growing crimes in our country. In 1995, there were only 9,000 complaints nationwide of identity theft. In 2003, it was estimated that 9.9 million people were victimized, part of a total of more than 27.3 million people in the last five years. Identity theft is estimated to have cost businesses and consumers over $53 billion last year. Unfortunately, as several cases in my office have shown, Nassau County residents are not immune from this problem.
Farmingdale BOE Meeting Reviews Curriculum
The Farmingdale School District's special meeting of the board of education on Oct. 27 was a night of curriculum review, as teachers and faculty from the health, art and social studies departments presented the progress made in their subjects.
PAL-NFL Flag Football Notes
The Pee Wee Raiders pulled out a 30-28 victory in a tightly contested game against the Jets. The Raiders opened the scoring on a touchdown by John McCrystal. The Raiders played excellent defense throughout the first half with key plays being made by McCrystal, Jimmy Cavanagh, Kyle Hacker and John Cozzolino. A one-handed tip and interception by McCrystal led to a touchdown by Paul Mumolo from the one. It was Paul's first touchdown of the year. Cavanagh and Hacker made key stops on third down plays to regain possession of the ball. However, the Raiders were unable to convert these opportunities into points. The Jets followed with a long touchdown by Sean Timmons and a two-point conversion to close the gap to 12 -8. A long touchdown pass by the Raiders' McCrystal to Cavanagh closed out the first half scoring and increased the lead to 18-8.
CCAF Addresses Bond Referendum
Fuschillo Thanks Residents for Re-election
From the Desk of Mayor George J. Graf