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September 28, 2001

  • NEWS: FP Community Spirit Fund Takes Shape

    Residents, Organizations More Than Willing to Help -- Through a vast community effort to help Floral Park families who lost a loved one to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, Mayor Ann Corbett supports the formation of a Floral Park Community Spirit Fund. Village resident Bill Greulich, vice president of the Chamber of Commerce, will spearhead a committee of representatives from various organizations, institutions and individuals who want to work to organize the effort. Village Hall hosted a meeting Wednesday night, Sept. 26, to give interested residents and organizations time to brainstorm. Committee members were chosen after the meeting. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Village Board Offers Condolences, Thanks Volunteers

    As the world tries to come to grips with their overwhelming loss and make sense out of what's considered "the worst terrorist attack on the US in the history of the world," Floral Park Mayor Ann Corbett and village trustees offer their deepest condolences to victims' families and thank the numerous volunteers tirelessly working down at the site. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Support Neighbors, Friends During Difficult Time Logo
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