Organized and run by Williston Park Village Trustee William Darmstadt, the Village of Williston Park held a very moving ceremony to memorialize and never forget those from the village perished in the attacks at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.
The event was held at the Memorial Garden at the Williston Park Little League Field that was created and maintained by the Williston Park Little League.
John Hogan was the master-of-ceremonies and he introduced all the guest speakers, who did not speak in lengthy messages, but what they all said was very meaningful.
At the last Williston Park Village meeting, Third Precinct Inspector Kevin Canavan and Deputy Inspector Sean McCarthy were present to explain some of the details of the recent drug arrest in Williston Park.
Inspector Canavan introduced himself to the audience. He said he has been a police officer for the last 26 years and has been with the Third Precinct for the last year and a half and that he has worked with Deputy Inspector McCarthy since they both graduated from the academy.
Declaring that his candidacy for the Republican Party nomination for governor was in “great shape,” former Long Island congressman Rick Lazio made another campaign stop in Nassau County last week, with a visit to the Massapequa Diner.
Although most of his conversation with the local media was about jobs and the economy, Lazio also gave some personal insight into why, after a 10-year absence, he is back in the political arena. In 2000, Lazio, then a four-term congressman from the Second Congressional District, lost a highly publicized U.S. Senate race to Hilary Clinton.
Patrons poured into the 25th Annual New Hyde Park Cellini Lodge Festival that opened last Wednesday at Michael J. Tully Park, Evergreen Avenue, New Hyde Park.
The opening day was a little cloudy, but the rest of the week made up for it with picture perfect weather and the entire park was jammed with folks anxious to attend the legendary Cellini Fair.
The fair this year was packed with “something for everyone.” As usual there were the delicious Italian food booths serving both marvelous pasta with red sauce and with white clam sauce. This year all the bread was donated by Sapienza Bakery and that, too was so good, fresh and plentiful.
And, who could resist the always-magnificent Zeppoles that are made as you wait.
At the last Village of New Hyde Park meeting, New Hyde Park Village Mayor Daniel Petruccio announced that the village would hold its annual premier street fair on Sept. 25 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
However, Jericho Turnpike will be closed from New Hyde Park Road to Covert Street starting at about 5 a.m. to set-up for the fair. Mayor Petruccio said he wanted to make sure that all residents were made aware of this closure so they could plan on taking an alternate route if they planned on traveling on Jericho Turnpike that day.
He also announced that that there is a strong chance that this year’s fair will also include a car show, which will be a great asset to the fair.
The unusually heavy rain, after a summer of draught, caused havoc and extreme damage to homes, especially on Allen Street in the Herricks section of New Hyde Park.
Allen Street, located right behind the Denton Avenue School, off Hillside Avenue, was particularly struck by the excessive rain as one house basement was so flooded that it resulted in the side of the house caving in compromising the structure of the entire house, causing it to be evacuated.
At the last New Hyde Park/Garden City Park School Board meeting, the board presented an outline of what is proposed in the $8.5 million capital projects plan, from monies in the capital reserve fund built up by the district over the years, and not to cost district taxpayers any monies, to be voted on by residents on Oct. 12 from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the Manor Oaks School, 1950 Hillside Avenue, New Hyde Park.
Superintendent Robert Katulak then presented the proposed plan identified by the architect and the building principals as necessary for the maintenance of the buildings and to address problematic needs. He then explained the difference between maintenance and problematic needs.
Responding to their winning chant of “Are We Fired Up” the New Hyde Park Little League 9-10 Girls Champions, who won every single one of their 17 competitive games with no losses, marched proudly down the New Hyde Park “canyon of champions” last Saturday morning. From Applebee’s, on Jericho Turnpike, New Hyde Park to Nuzzi Field where they, and their coaches, received many much deserved accolades from New Hyde Park Village officials, county and state officials and very enthusiastic, screaming fans in general.
Manager Tom Donnelly was the master-of-ceremonies and he outlined, game-by-game, and player-by-player, how the girls were able to accomplish such victorious feats as they won game after game with their talents and perhaps the help of a little ladybug mascot.
Dr. Bierwirth said, at the last meeting of the Herricks school board, as he commented on the status of the construction, that he wandered around the Herricks school district like a, “kid in a candy store” and mentioned that the High School gyms look, “so nice” with their new windows and lighting. “It is moving along all over the place very, very fast,” Dr. Bierwirth said.
The tax levy for 2010-2011 was established for the school year at $83,746,126. This number was approved by the board and will result in a tax increase of 3.80 percent, as previously stated.
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