Board Announces Vote for Energy Smart Bond on December 6
At the Farmingdale Board of Education's special meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 27 the board unanimously adopted a resolution establishing Dec. 6, as the date for an energy bond referendum of $26,925,000. The energy bond provides for replacement of original boilers, energy and air quality upgrades in classrooms, replacement of 50-year-old original windows, masonry and brick repair.
Mangano, Keough Vie for 17th L.D. Seat
Bethpage resident Edward Mangano is seeking re-election to his fifth term as legislator of the 17th District and is running on the Republican, Conservative, Independence and Working Families Party lines. Mangano, an intellectual properties attorney with the Uniondale-based firm of Rivkin, Radler & Kremer, is currently a ranking member of the Public Works Recreation and Parks Committee, a member of the Rules Committee, Economic Development & Labor Committee and chairman of Nassau County's Grumman/Navy Redevelopment Committee.
Flag Football - Week 4
Mother Nature finally caught up with NFL-Farmingdale PAL Flag Football. Well almost. After Grasshopper and Peanut Games were canceled because of rain, the grounds crew went to work. With only one hour to get the fields lined and ready for play, a group of dedicated parents made it happen. The league would like to thank Pete Hassett, Bill Hassett, Tom Hacker, Mark Knight and Bob Tempesta, for their efforts in reporting game highlights.
Seven-Year-Old Farmingdale Hawks Win Again
Neither a wet field, nasty weather nor the Garden City Thunder could slow down Farmingdale's 7-year-old Hawks, as they improved to 3-2 for the season with an 18-6 victory last Sunday.
Knights of Columbus Thanks Blood Donors
Pappalardo Says Sabellico Has Been There for the Community