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December 08, 2000

  • NEWS: Nassau Officials Agree on Budget, Four-Year Plan

    After much negotiation, Nassau officials ultimately agreed on a budget for 2001 as well as a four-year plan, which was mandated by the Nassau Interim Finance Authority (NIFA). As a result, Nassau County residents can expect a 9 percent property tax increase for 2001, which amounts to $95 a year per average household. The four-year plan, passed unanimously by the Nassau County Legislature, then calls for a 5 percent increase each year from 2002 to 2004. Because of the agreement, Nassau lawmakers have averted for now a takeover by a NIFA control board. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Knights of Columbus Testimonial Dinner

    Nassau County Executive Thomas S. Gulotta presents Citation to Honoree Past Grand Knight Tom Moore at the recent testimonial dinner dance. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Knights of Columbus Bowling

    On one of the most productive nights in the league's history, the Floral Park Knights of Columbus pin-punishers gave the Sterling Lane lumber lots of "what for," in a fine exhibition of wood spillin'. FULL STORY

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