Fall Back - On Oct. 29 Change Your Clocks
This year, Daylight Savings Time will end at 2 a.m. on Oct. 29. The Firemen's Association of the State of New York (FASNY) urges residents to take advantage of this twice-yearly event to replace the batteries in all smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors throughout their homes, and to test those detectors to ensure that they are functioning properly. FASNY also strongly recommends that homeowners dust or vacuum their smoke detectors to keep them free of debris that can prevent them from working properly. Most fire deaths occur in the home, and most fires take place in homes with no smoke detectors installed. Even in U.S. homes that do have smoke detectors installed, recent data show that about one-third of those detectors don't work. So check the batteries and make sure everything is in working order.
Mayor Odierna Defers Cellular Discussion for Further Information
The Williston Park Village Hall meeting room was jampacked at the outset of the last meeting. Just prior to the start of the meeting a gentleman handed out a typewritten sheet of paper stating, "How could the current village administration be considering installing cellular antennas on our water tower?"
Chiefs Shut Out Garden City
The Mineola PAL Chiefs 9-year-old's were home this past Sunday at Tully Park, and got defensive as they shut out the Garden City Thunder 13-0. That brings their winning record to 4-1-1.
Wildcats Soccer Roundup
Sat/Sun, Oct. 28, 29 - Micro Ceremony and Pictures, Intramural Week Seven, TOPSoccer, Travel League Week Six, State Cup - Round Four.
Town Budget Raises Concerns