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Around the Town - December 25, 2009

Written by Kate Murray, Town of Hempstead Supervisor Friday, 25 December 2009 00:00

Keeping New Year’s Resolutions

I’d like to take this opportunity to wish all Town of Hempstead residents a happy and healthy New Year.

With every New Year, we often make resolutions. One of the most common goals, especially after the holidays when we all tend to eat more than usual, is to get in shape. In the Town of Hempstead we are very fortunate to have many parks and recreation programs that will help residents do just that, not only during the winter months but also throughout the year.

 

From the Desk of Senator Craig Johnson - December 25, 2009

Friday, 25 December 2009 00:00

Landmark Senate Foreclosure Bill Signed Into Law


Landmark legislation that protects homeowners and communities from the ongoing foreclosure crisis has been signed into law, Senator Craig M. Johnson announced.

 

Village Board Notes - December 18, 2009

Friday, 18 December 2009 10:46

The following are trustee reports from the Dec. 1 Floral Park village board meeting.

 

Department of Public Works News

Trustee Thomas Tweedy reported that due to high winds on Saturday, Nov. 28, a broken tree limb hung over electrical service of a home on Mayfair Ave. and a large part of a Bradford Pear tree on Bellmore Ave. had blown down blocking the street. After Superintendent of Public Works Kenneth Tymecki received this report from police, the Tree Department was quickly in place to remove the broken limb, prune the tree to ensure it was safe and remove all of the debris. No other damage was reported.

 

Letter: Thank You to Local Volunteer Firefighters

Written by Donna Duffy Friday, 18 December 2009 00:00

 

I was amazed to see our local volunteer firefighters in action on Sunday, Dec. 6 at 5:30 a.m. at a blazing fire on Clover Avenue. While the residents of our village slept comfortably, these men and women were putting their lives on the line to save the lives of one of our families.

 

Phil-osophically Speaking - December 11, 2009

Written by Phil Guarnieri Friday, 11 December 2009 00:00

With bright lights all aglow, the inviting sound of Christmas carols and the warmth of family gatherings we are often unmindful of the terrible fact that we are a nation at war and have been since September 11, 2001.

Democracies and long wars go ill together. The electorate is impatient for success and death wears heavily, regardless of the season. In a speech given at West Point, the president of the United States informed us that he is ordering 30,000 more troops to the rugged terrain of Afghanistan, half a world away.

 

From the Desk of Senator Craig Johnson - December 11, 2009

Friday, 11 December 2009 00:00

Deficit Reduction, Pension Reform Legislation Passed During Special Senate Session

This week, the State Senate tackled New York’s budget deficit without tax-hiking mid-year school cuts, enacted much-needed reforms to its pension system, and brought much-needed accountability and transparency to this state’s public authorities.

 

Phil-osophically Speaking - December 4, 2009

Written by Phil Guarnieri Friday, 04 December 2009 00:00

On Dec.9, in another effort to save the world from itself, international leaders will be meeting in Copenhagen to discuss imposing carbon restrictions to reduce greenhouse gases being released into the environment.

 

Village Board Notes - November 27, 2009

Friday, 27 November 2009 00:00

The following are trustee reports from the Nov. 17 Floral Park village board meeting.

Department of Public Works

Trustee Tweedy thanked residents for picking up leaves on their property, bagging them and putting them out for sanitation to pick up on yard waste days.  “It has been a great help,” Trustee Tweedy said. “Please do not rake leaves into the street as it can cause catch basins to back up and flood in the event of heavy rains.”

 

Phil-osophically Speaking - November 27, 2009

Written by Phil Guarnieri Friday, 27 November 2009 00:00

As the most successful multicultural society in history, America allows us to directly experience the strengths and possibilities of a pluralistic culture. But there also exists, in the milieu of diversity, the element of division and fragmentation that create differences difficult to bridge.

This is especially true when, socio-economically, trends suggest that instead of moving away from what divides us we are moving into the maw of a more sustained and divisive disunity. Class politics, based on hard economic realities, is the fault line of American democracy.

 

From the Desk of Senator Craig Johnson - November 20, 2009

Friday, 20 November 2009 00:00

Legislation to Help Local Governments Reduce Costs Passes Senate

Legislation that would help reduce costs for local governments passed the state Senate last week, announced Senator Craig M. Johnson (D-Nassau). The measure would allow municipalities to save money on health insurance, highway maintenance, staffing, procurement and financing.

“This is good legislation that will help contain costs and ease tax-hiking unfunded mandates on municipalities,” Johnson said. “It is my hope that this will be the first of several significant steps we take to help local governments reign in spending and reduce the burden to property taxpayers.”

 

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