Attorney: Legal Fees Accrued in Legislative Battle Still Not Paid
Attorney Fred Brewington has moved forth with a lawsuit against Nassau County, its attorney and 19-member legislature. In his suit, filed July 18 with New York State Supreme Court, Brewington is seeking $100,000 in damages, charging breach of contract, fraud, violation of fair labor practices and racial discrimination.
Reflecting on Brooklyn's Memorable Past
Many Long Islanders started out as Brooklynites and John Fabrizio is no exception. Fabrizio, who grew up in Brooklyn during 1950s and 1960s, has turned that migration into a book, In the Shadow of the El: Images of a Brooklyn Childhood.
Xtreme Repeat Champions in Top Ranked National Tournament
Over the past Memorial Day weekend a group of local boys who love to play soccer delivered an unforgettable weekend by successfully repeating as tournament champions in the top ranked BU11 national tournament, the FC Delco Players Cup. Making their achievement even more special was the twist that the tournament organizers put in place for this year - a new division comprised of either reigning state champions and finalists, or last year's premier division winners - the Hicksville Xtreme.
Central Nassau 5K Runday
Assemblyman Rob Walker (R,C-Hicksville) and Oyster Bay Councilwoman Rose Walker officially started the Central Nassau Guidance and Counseling Services 5K Runday, a road race held in Hicksville over the Memorial Day weekend that attracted approximately 400 runners and spectators. All event proceeds are donated to the volunteer, nonprofit organization that offers a comprehensive network of community-based services for people diagnosed with psychiatric disabilities, substance abuse dependencies and other mental health concerns. Central Nassau Guidance and Counseling Services is located at 950 South Oyster Bay Road, Hicksville.
From the Desk of Senator Michael Balboni