Clavin Announces Candidacy for County Comptroller
Bashes Weitzman's Ability as a 'Taxpayer Watchdog' --
"Nassau taxpayers deserve a taxpayer watchdog, not a lapdog," Hempstead Town Receiver of Taxes Donald Clavin of Garden City said as he announced his candidacy for county comptroller March 2. "While newspapers and other governmental jurisdictions continue to uncover scandals that Nassau's comptroller should have detected, Comptroller Weitzman has failed to manage the most rudimentary duties under his control."
Trustee Peter Negri Announces Resignation
Family, Health Concerns of Primary Importance --
Prior to the March 3 board of trustees meeting, Trustee Peter Negri, who represents the Central section and has one year remaining on his current two-year term, informed Mayor Barbara Miller that he is resigning, citing health concerns. His resignation will be effective upon completion of the process of a request from the mayor to the Central Property Owners' Association (CPOA) for a designated replacement.
Recreation Department News
The 'DaVinci Quartet' Performing at Cluett --
The recreation department will sponsor a concert by the DaVinci Quartet. This talented group was founded in 1970 specifically for the purpose of performing rare and unusual instrumental chamber music.
Garden City Senior Recreation News
Senior Recreation Group --
The recreation department sponsors a senior discussion group that meets at the senior recreation center every Monday between 9:30-11 a.m. any resident of Garden City aged 60 or older is invited to attend this group.
From The Mayor's Office: Budget Session Completed
O'Connell, LI Assembly Republicans, Call for School District Aid Restoration