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Letter: CSSP Plan Not Withdrawn

Friday, 04 November 2011 00:00
Contrary to some reports, the plan proposed by the Committee to Save St. Paul’s/The Garden City Historical Society has not been “withdrawn.” In a letter to the mayor and the board of trustees dated Oct. 19 we simply stated that, “We are in the process of updating our proposal and will resubmit to the Board within 45 days.” The requested 45-day period provides an opportunity to work with the village in a positive manner to reach a joint solution and, following discussion, the resubmission will incorporate any changes that make sense.
 

Mayor’s Report: October 25, 2011

Written by Garden City Mayer Donald T. Brudie Friday, 28 October 2011 00:00
Special Thanks to the Fire Department

Special thanks is due to the fire department for their efforts in making Fire Prevention Day/Week the success that it was. Our fire department puts a lot of time, effort and expense into this project, which is designed to make the residents and children aware of the inherent dangers in household fires. If you were not able to attend this past Sunday, Oct. 16, please make an effort for your own safety, and the safety of your children, to attend next year. Chief Charles S. Cavarra and our fire department do an outstanding job protecting our lives and homes and we are grateful for their dedication to the community.

 

It’s About Time: Seniors to Finally Get Cost of Living Increase

Friday, 28 October 2011 00:00

McCarthy: Good News But System Needs Long-Term Fix

Rep. Carolyn McCarthy, who has been fighting for a “Cost of Living Adjustment” (COLA) increase for senior citizen Social Security beneficiaries since the last one in 2009, welcomed today’s news that seniors will finally be getting one next year.  She also noted, however, that the flawed system used to determine the increases needs to be fixed with a proposal that she is co-sponsoring in Congress.

“It’s great that seniors are finally receiving an increase next year,” said Rep. McCarthy, a senior citizen herself, “but we need to reform the system so that the frequency and amount of these increases more accurately reflect the actual costs that seniors face.  That’s why I’m cosponsoring the Consumer Price Index for Seniors Act – seniors need Social Security to keep up with the reality of their expenses in this tough economy.”

 

Mayor’s Report: October 18, 2011

Written by Garden City Mayer Donald T. Brudie Friday, 21 October 2011 00:00
St. Paul’s

On Thursday, Oct. 6, the Committee to Save St. Paul’s presented “A Comprehensive Plan for the Restoration of St. Paul’s and Community Center Development” to the Board of Trustees. The plan, which includes work proposed at the cost thereof, can be found on the village website.

 

Mayor’s Report: October 11, 2011

Written by Garden City Mayer Donald T. Brudie Friday, 14 October 2011 00:00
Sanitation Collection

There was normal garbage and recycling pickup on Monday, Oct.10. Residences west of Rockaway Avenue will have their garbage collected on Monday and Thursday and those east of Rockaway Avenue will be collected on Tuesday and Friday. Rubbish will be collected on Wednesday.

 

Letter: The Andy Foundation Donates to Pal-O-Mine

Friday, 14 October 2011 00:00
I wanted to let you know about an exceptional organization based in Garden City called The Andy Foundation. The foundation was established in January of 2004 to honor the life of Andrew Patrick Palmeri. On Sept. 17, 2003, Andrew Patrick Palmeri (“Andy”) was playing tag with his friends when he was fatally hit by a passing car. In January of 2004 Andy’s family and friends established The Andy Foundation. The foundation’s motto is “By Kids — For Kids” and its mission is to give all children regardless of race, religion, or social and economic status, a chance for a healthy, safe and happy childhood, which will give them a better chance to become successful and productive adults.
 

Mayor’s Report: October 6, 2011

Written by Garden City Mayer Donald T. Brudie Friday, 07 October 2011 00:00
Rosh Hashanah

The board of trustees and village staff join me in extending wishes for a very Happy New Year to village residents.

Backflow Tests Mandatory for Lawn Irrigation Systems

I would like to advise that a Final Notice Reminder for the test of the Backflow Prevention Assembly will be mailed to backflow device owners on or about Oct.15, 2011.

 

From the Desk of Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy: October 6, 2011

Written by Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy Friday, 07 October 2011 00:00

Keeping the Lights On and the Relief Flowing

If you’re like me, you couldn’t be more frustrated with the way things are going in Washington lately, with all the gridlock; the endless bickering and partisanship; the negative, divisive tone; and votes made not in the spirit of doing good for the people but just to score political points and headlines.

We’ve seen this played out over and over again this year, when the most extreme members of House Majority decided that for the first time in American history we should attach massive, job-killing spending cuts to routine matters like paying back money we owe, keeping the government open and delivering disaster relief funding.

 

Mayor’s Report: September 27, 2011

Written by Garden City Mayer Donald T. Brudie Friday, 30 September 2011 00:00
Shop and Dine in Garden City

The residents of Garden City are very fortunate to have viable retail businesses on Seventh Street, Franklin Avenue and New Hyde Park Road where there is a good variety of quality merchandise and family dining experiences available to be enjoyed. Please support these businesses and enjoy the products, variety and outstanding customer service. Keep in mind that these merchants save you from traveling outside the village for your needs. Consider the harsh reality if we did not have these businesses here to service our needs.

 

Letter: CSEA Has Nothing Left to Give

Friday, 30 September 2011 00:00
Nassau County is heading closer and closer to its demise. Following a national Republican trend, the administration is targeting government workers and their unions as the main reason for the county’s financial collapse. It implies our county is being destroyed by overgenerous labor agreements, and if those aren’t amended, massive layoffs will occur.

But a lack of transparency on the county’s part clearly exists. The administration complains that Nassau has the second highest taxes in the nation, yet if the county got rid of all 6,000 of its Civil Service Employees Association workers, Nassau would still hold that regrettable status. In fact, in a $10,000 property tax bill, only $300 is for the services provided by CSEA members.

 

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