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Letter: Manchin Thanks Community

Friday, 30 March 2012 00:00

After a long and protracted decision process over the course of many months, I entered a long and arduous campaign with the Village Independent Party (VIP) to seek the trustee position. Many demands were put on family, friends and myself. Most of my life has centered on serving and helping others, so this was a welcomed challenge to be endured. The others on the team, Georgiana Sena and Susan Miles, are two fine people who possess a profound sense of civic responsibility.

 

Letter: Miles Thanks Village Voters

Friday, 30 March 2012 00:00

I would like to take this opportunity to thank my family, friends and the Farmingdale community who supported and voted for the Village Independent Party.

It is with great pride to have run with Georgiana Sena and Mike Manchin in this year’s election.

 

From the desk of Senator Charles Fuschillo: March 21, 2012

Written by Senator Charles Fuschillo Friday, 23 March 2012 00:00

The announcement on the suspension of the N&Y Professional Service Line driving school’s license following allegations of fraud is yet another example of why we need greater oversight of the bus industry.

This scam, in which the school’s owners are charged with helping drivers cheat on the written commercial driver license exam for bus drivers, highlights the continuing problem of individuals trying to get behind the wheel of a bus without the proper qualifications.

 

From the desk of Senator Kemp Hannon: March 21, 2012

Written by Senator Kemp Hannon Friday, 23 March 2012 00:00

Providing transformative relief to millions of taxpayers, creating tens of thousands of new jobs, and ensuring a stronger, more prosperous future for many years to come are the cornerstone of the Senate’s ‘2012 New Jobs – New York’ plan. Nassau County residents will greatly benefit should this plan become law.

In 2011, I and my colleagues successfully reduced state spending, cut income taxes (bringing middle class rates to the lowest level in 58 years), rolled back the MTA Payroll Tax, and provided a 2 percent cap on local property taxes, all of which were particularly onerous for Nassau residents.

 

Letter: Moby Pharmacist Supports Ekstrand

Friday, 16 March 2012 00:00
March 20th is Election Day in Farmingdale Village. I have a significant bias toward Ralph Ekstrand, having been his friend and business partner for more than 30 years.

I feel it is important as a village resident to share some of the attributes that make Ralph the best choice for mayor. He has values that most politicians can only dream of. He is humble, trustworthy, dedicated, hardworking-a good man, father and husband. Many have seen these characteristics in Ralph the last four years as a village trustee. He will bring the same energy to his mayoral-ship.

 

Letter: Georgiana Sena For Mayor

Friday, 16 March 2012 00:00

I am so pleased Georgiana Sena is running for Mayor of Farmingdale. She has been an advocate for the Village residents for years, especially devoting her time, energy and expense to write the Eye on the Village, a Village publication which informs the residents what is really going on in Village government.

 

Letter: Georgiana Sena for Mayor

Friday, 09 March 2012 00:00

I am so pleased Georgiana Sena is running for Mayor of Farmingdale. She has been an advocate for the Village residents for years, especially devoting her time, energy and expense to write the Eye on the Village, a Village publication which informs the residents what is really going on in Village government.

 

Letter: In Support of Ekstrand and Party

Friday, 09 March 2012 00:00
I have been a resident of the Village of Farmingdale on Conklin Street for over 60 years. My wife was born here. We have seen many changes. Some good and some not so good, but change will happen.

There was a time when the Village of Farmingdale and its downtown was very vibrant; not so much any more. Main Street has been going downhill at an ever-increasing rate of speed.

 

From the desk of Senator Charles Fuschillo: February 29, 2012

Written by Senator Charles Fuschillo Friday, 02 March 2012 00:00

Senator Charles J. Fuschillo. Jr. recently voted in favor of “Tiffany’s Law,” which would ensure that individuals with prior convictions of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated are treated as repeat offenders, regardless of the vehicle type. The New York State Senate recently passed the legislation.

“Drunk drivers endanger other people’s lives and safety, no matter what type of motor vehicle they operate. They shouldn’t be able to escape prosecution as a repeat offender just because they operated two different types of motor vehicles. This legislation would ensure that someone previously convicted of operating any type of motor vehicle while intoxicated is treated as a repeat offender if they commit another alcohol offense,” said Senator Fuschillo, Chairman of the Senate’s Transportation Committee.

 

What Every Long Islander Should Know: February 29, 2012

Written by Nancy Rauch Douzinas Friday, 02 March 2012 00:00

Farmingdale Gets Smart About Water

The Village of Farmingdale has a problem. And is smart enough to do something about it. The rest of Long Island should take note.

Farmingdale’s problem is water. It’s gotten too expensive. Plus, the village lacks the infrastructure to accommodate future needs.

 

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