On Thursday, July 27, officials at Morrelly Homeland Security Center in Bethpage hosted Project SAFEguard, an educational program that will be rolled out to local school administration. It is a program of the Applied Science Foundation for Homeland Security (ASFHS), a member of the Long Island Forum for Technology (LIFT) family of companies.
Project SAFEguard is a program developed in response to New York State’s regulations, including the “Safe Schools Against Violence in Education Act” (SAVE) and revised regulations of the commissioner of education mandating schools to have sound safety plans.
Martins “tipped his hat” to Governor Andrew Cuomo concerning initiatives including the new 2 percent tax cap, a timely budget process, the states dealings concerning the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) and state school district issues, most notably unfunded mandates.
The board will add an additional section to the Denton Avenue School fifth grade. Also, another section will be added to the Center Street School fifth grade. Plus, they will add another second grade to the Searingtown School.
After a few months of constant concern from New Hyde Park residents, Inspector Sean McCarthy, commanding officer of the Nassau County Third Precinct, was the guest speaker at last week’s village board meeting to address the concerns of residents.
Before opening the floor to the public, Inspector McCarthy provided a brief report regarding crime in the area and provided an update on the precinct. First, McCarthy reported that the Third and Sixth precincts have been combined and are now both under his command. While some residents expressed concern over this, McCarthy went on to explain that the combining of the precincts allows for a continuity of leadership and access to more P.O.P. (Problem Oriented Police) cops.
Following a presentation by Inspector Sean McCarthy of the Third Precinct, the New Hyde Park Village Board conducted their regular monthly meeting.
For reference, the New Hyde Park Village Board only meets once a month during the summer months. These meetings take place on the third Tuesday of each month at 8 p.m. in the New Hyde Park Village Hall. The next meeting will take place on August 21st.
These crucial directives could be transmitted from further a field if the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) goes through with plans to relocate air traffic control facilities in Garden City and Ronkonkoma to a new site in upstate New York. At a recent press conference held at the front of the aforementioned Stewart Avenue address, a bipartisan Long Island congressional delegation laid out its plan to keep the facilities in their current locations.
DeJana Executive Vice President Bill Wynperle explained that he came down with the flu in June and while he notified his assistant to inform the board, his assistant was out sick as well. Joined by Director of Business Development for DeJana John Mangano, they heard the boards concerns, which have started to affect Mayor of East Williston David Tanner directly.
At the annual reorganization meeting of the Herricks School Board Christine Turner was re-elected as president and Jim Gounaris was elected as vice-president.
Further, the two newly elected trustees Nancy Feinstein and Brian Hassan were sworn into office by board clerk Helen Costigan and they took their seats at the board table.
The New Hyde Park/Garden City Park Union Free School District held their monthly board of education meeting on July 2. The primary focus of this meeting was reorganization, with the appointment and reappointment of many members of the district and the board itself.
The board of education saw no change in its staff as each of the primary members was reappointed at the meeting.
With their wives and families in the audience, both trustees had a chance to thank not only their families for the many hours they spent away from them, while serving on the school board, but everyone in the various administrations including various superintendents and colleagues on the board.
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