At the last Williston Park Village Board meeting the focus was on the recently released, but very preliminary, traffic report commissioned by the Mineola School District.
The report was conducted by Robert Eschbacher, of Hauppague-based VHB Engineering, a firm specializing in traffic studies. The final report is not expected for at least another two or three more weeks.
The study was a series of observations in and around Cross Street, St. Aidan’s and the surrounding neighborhood on or around March 24.
At a recent New Hyde Park Village Board meeting it was announced by trustee Lawrence Montreuil that the Annual Memorial Day Parade, sponsored by the New Hyde Park VFW and the New Hyde Park American Legion in conjunction with the Village of New Hyde Park will be held on Saturday, May 28.
The parade will assemble on Hillside Boulevard and step-off at 10 a.m. The marchers will then head east on Jericho Turnpike and stop at New Hyde Park Village Hall for a brief ceremony at the village green with the members of the Gold Star families.
The parade will then re-assemble and head north on New Hyde Park Road to Lincoln Boulevard and the corner of Wilton Street to New Hyde Park Memorial Park.
Members of the volunteer fire services are used to coming to the aid of others. Knowing the value of volunteer firefighters in Nassau County communities, New York State Senator Jack M. Martins was glad to help one of the members of New Hyde Park’s Fire Department’s bravest.
Last Feb. 4, members of the New Hyde Park Fire Department responded to a fire in the basement of a home on 6th Avenue in New Hyde Park. Several firefighters were injured fighting the blaze including Max Devane, who was taken to the hospital in critical condition.
Williston Park Village Mayor Paul Ehrbar, at last week’s work session, announced that the increase in this year’s village budget would be four percent.
He said, “This budget was started last year and we have worked diligently and very hard on it and there are many deductions. The largest deduction was moving the refuse to another location, resulting in the savings of quite a bit of money.
The Illustrated News received a call from V/R SFC, Robert Barker, Marketing, NCOIC, stationed in Iraq with news that a resident of New Hyde Park, Allyson Parla, was stationed at the same base as a photojournalist and would we be interested in a telephone interview, which of course, we were.
Therefore, on Friday we received a call from Joint Base Balad in Iraq and had the pleasure of speaking with Sgt. Parla.
Addressing the nation late Sunday night, May 1, President Barack Obama announced that Osama bin Laden, the leader of Al Qaeda and planner of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the United States, was killed by a team of U.S. military operatives in Pakistan.
“Tonight, I can report to the American people and to the world that the United States has conducted an operation that killed Osama bin Laden, the leader of Al Qaeda, and a terrorist who’s responsible for the murder of thousands of innocent men, women, and children,” President Obama said.
The Herricks Board took a final vote on the budget to be presented to the public on May 17 at the Herricks Community Center Gym, 999 Herricks Road, New Hyde Park from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Prior to the vote Dr. Bierwirth pointed out that Tom Rogers has been appointed as head of Nassau BOCES, and has streamlined the entire program making it very efficient. After that the board voted on the Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) budget of $18,947,178 which amounts to an increase of 2.8 percent.
In the absence of New Hyde Park Village Mayor Daniel Petruccio, Deputy Mayor Robert Lofaro took over the meeting and after the proposed budget was passed said he would address the questions asked at the last meeting after the trustee reports.
One of the village residents, who had asked many of the questions at the last meeting, said he was surprised that the answers to his questions had not been provided in writing as he requested. Lofaro said that the information was not obtained in time to mail the answers to the resident and would therefore answer his questions later in the meeting.
Senator Charles Fuschillo, Jr. and seven other state senators held a public hearing on Thursday, April 7 at Farmingdale State College to explore ways to improve oversight of LIPA and ensure that the energy provider is accountable to ratepayers across Long Island.
Senator Fuschillo and Senator George Maziarz (R-Newfane), Chairman of the Senate’s Energy & Telecommunications Committee, were joined at the hearing by Senator Owen Johnson (R-Babylon), Senator Ken LaValle (R-Port Jefferson), Senator Carl Marcellino (R-Syosset), Senator John Flanagan (R-Northport), Senator Jack Martins (R-Mineola), and Senator Lee Zeldin (R-Shirley).
At the beginning of the New Hyde Park Village Budget Hearing Mayor Daniel Petruccio said, “We can’t thank Eileen Raguseo, the deputy village treasurer, enough for stepping up to the plate, after Patrick Farrell left, and taking over on this year when we have had a very, very difficult budget in fact one of our most difficult budgets.
“Well, I will say this, one of the things we were most conscious of in this budget was to be as realistic about expenses and in some cases, adjusting some long term lines and to adjusting what is coming in each year on those expense lines. And, at the same time being more conservative with revenue lines. Our hope is that we will have less transfer of funds at the end of the budget year. We are hoping that this budget works out as well as we hope. .
“As we go through this section by section, we will stop for questions. At this point, I would like to turn it over to Cate Hillmann to lead us through.”
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