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FEBRUARY 9, 2007

  • News: Farmingdale Residents Want New Site for Cell Tower

    Most of the 50 residents who attended a Jan. 31 public hearing regarding a proposed cell tower in Farmingdale were not opposed to the tower itself, but rather its location. FULL STORY

  • News: Fifth Annual Farmingdale Jumps Is a Success

    The Farmingdale Community Summit Council presented the fifth annual Farmingdale Jumps basketball game on Jan. 31. The event featured the Harlem Magic Masters versus a team consisting of teachers, administrators and other employees from the Farmingdale School District. The event was sponsored by the Farmingdale Community Summit Council and The Farmingdale Council of PTA’s. Proceeds from the event will be utilized by both organizations to continue their programs to benefit our community. The PTA Council uses its share of the proceeds to help fund its scholarship program. The Community Summit allocates their share to their Farmingdale Family Assistance Fund which is used to help families in need who live within the Farmingdale School District. The Summit over the past few years has been using this fund to assist Farmingdale families with myriad needs. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Town Officials Attend Farmingdale PAL Thank You Dinner

    Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto (fourth from right), Councilman Joe Muscarella (left) and Councilman Anthony D. Macagnone (third from left) recently attended the Farmingdale PAL's thank you dinner held at the Stuart Thomas Manor in Farmingdale. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Over The Hill Gang Softball Report

    The OTHG Softball League is having open registration for new players wishing to sign up for the 2007 season. To be eligible, you need to be at least 40 years old (reached at any time during the calendar year) and either a Town of Oyster Bay or Farmingdale resident. Over The Hill Gang is an arc-pitch (6-12') softball league that consists of 12 teams that play with rule modifications that are geared toward safety (double 1st base, no sliding, etc.). The level of play is competitive and spirited. Games are nine innings long with a continuous batting order, free substitutions, and each at-bat begins with a 1-1 count. The league plays a 16 regular game schedule along with a year-end tournament, which are played on Friday nights at 7, 8:20 or 9:40 p.m. at Farmingdale's Allen Park and runs from April through September. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: From the Desk of Mayor George J. Graf

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