Saurer Court Dedicated
On Nov. 15, Hicksville Fire Department Volunteer Hose Company #4 celebrated the dedication and ribbon cutting of Saurer Court in memory of the late Charles Saurer, an ex-chief, commissioner and 60-year member of the department. The new street is located off of Jerusalem Avenue, opposite Spindle Road and adjacent to the Levittown border where Mr. Saurer, who passed away in 1988, worked as one of Levittown's first letter carriers.
A Debate Over Housing, Health and Asphalt
An application to construct senior citizen housing on the site of the Twin County Resource Recovery Facility in Hicksville was the subject of a controversial meeting Tuesday before the Oyster Bay Town Board. More than 100 residents, community activists and local seniors, who arrived at the meeting via coach bus provided by the applicant, attended the Nov. 25 meeting to hear the proposal and voice their opinions, concerns and objections to the board.
Crusaders Complete Successful Second Season
Last year, when the Hicksville Crusaders Football and Cheerleading program was established, organizers were well aware that the league's success would squarely hinge on the town's response.
Hicksville Flash Finish Season 7-0-2
The Hicksville Flash U15 boys soccer team ended their fall season with 7 wins, 0 loses and 2 ties. The Flash scored 52 goals while only allowing 8 goals in 9 games. Their final game was a rough hard fought battle against a very physical Elwood team. The game ended in a 0-0 tie.
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