Superintendent Addresses Bond Concerns
Some 60 residents gathered at the Burns Avenue School on Monday, March 4 for a special meeting featuring Dr. Edward Finn, superintendent of Hicksville Schools. The purpose of the meeting, which was conducted by the NorthWest Civic Association, was to provide the community with an opportunity to ask questions and express concerns over the school district's proposed $41.8 million bond referendum. The bond is set to go up for public vote on Wednesday, March 20.
Residents, Business Owners Decry Traffic Plan
Civic representatives and business owners met on Wednesday, March 6 to discuss the pros and cons of a draft traffic plan proposed by the Town of Oyster Bay. The plan, which town officials state is still in its preliminary stages, currently calls for the elimination of existing roadways in order to construct new roads that would connect Broadway and Newbridge Road throughout the hamlet.
Hicksville's Hot Shots
The Hot Shots, Hicksville's U9 girls tournament soccer team, finished their indoor season at East Islip's 11th Annual Tournament. After competition from Scarsdale, West Islip, Oyster Bay and Massapequa teams, the Hot Shots placed second with a 1-0 loss to first place Massapequa.
Get Ready for the KeeperGames
Blistering shots, sprawling saves, pushing your goal-keeping skills to the limit. KeeperGames a fast-paced, hard-shooting, one on one-goalkeeper tournament is back for 6th year and will take place on Thursday, June 30.
A Voice of Reason for the Hamlet Plan