The New Hyde Park Village Board reserved decision on William Rose of Milrose Consultants’ plan to alter the second floor of a building at 1301 4th Ave. in New Hyde Park on Tuesday, June 17.
Patrick Sweeney, vice president of finances with World Courier Inc., which currently occupies 1313 4th Ave., is seeking to move World Courier employees into the 1301 location should the application be approved, and spoke at the village board meeting.
According to Sweeney, the second floor has approximately 6,800 square feet, and has “just been sitting there empty—we want to make it into office space for information technology personnel.” The incoming personnel will be moved from World Courier’s Stamford, Conn. location.
The New Hyde Park-Garden City Park Board of Education is currently accepting proposals on local special education assistance and transportation contracts for summer school.
“If we need a speech teacher to come in for a child once a week, those companies that provide that service put in a bid,” Superintendent Robert Katulak said. “Then we go through them to see which will deliver the service at the best price.”
Manhasset-Lakeville Fire Department Co., 3, 4, and 5 and the ambulance unit responded to a fire on Rose Lane in North New Hyde Park on Sunday, June 8 at 10:21 a.m.
Fire Department Chief Michael Farrone was the first to arrive on the scene and advised responding units that he had “smoke showing,” he said. After getting a report from another M-LFD member on scene,
Farrone transmitted a signal for a fire in the basement of the 1 ½-story private dwelling.
The Zonta Club of Long Island proved that a little work can go a long way. A total of 500 birthing kits for women in Haiti and Nigeria were put together by club and community members at the Martin De
Porres Elementary School in Elmont. Joining them was New Hyde Park resident Elisa Adams.
Each kit contained the basic essentials a women would need while giving birth in a rural environment including one piece of plastic, one bar of soap, one pair of surgical gloves, one razor blade, three pieces of string, and three gauze pads.
The New Hyde Park-Garden City Park School District wrapped up its school year at the June 9 Board of Education meeting, receiving encouraging financial news from an internal auditor’s report.
Don Hoffman spoke on behalf of the district’s internal auditors to give their annual assessment. The district has been labeled as “no designation,” which means there are no apparent signs of fiscal stress.
“Our conclusion, and it’s been this way for many years, is that the district has strong financial controls in place for all areas of operation,” Hoffman reports.
The Herricks School District approved a contract last week with District Wise Search Consultants (DWSC) to find successors for Herricks School Superintendent John Bierwirth and Assistant Superintendent for Instruction Deirdre Hayes.
Bierwirth will remain with the district until the end of the 2014-15 school year, and Hayes until Dec. 31. The two retirements were announced on May 29.
DWSC will handle the review process for Bierwirth and Hayes’ positions, according to School Board President Jim Gounaris.
If you’re looking for a wide variety of steak choices or a hamburger with all the fixings, you will find it right around the corner at Tavern 18 in New Hyde Park. Located at 265-11 Union Tpke., right on the borderline of Nassau and Queens, the restaurant has been in business since 2009. Co-owners Roger Bajana and Vincent DiRico, who also own Luigi’s Italian Restaurant, have opened a place that serves familiar, hearty cuisine in a comfortable establishment.
“We serve some of the best steaks and burger choices around,” said Bajana. “We also have a wide variety of drinks and specials at our bar that a lot of other places don’t offer.”
With the return of warmer weather comes the return of runners to the streets, especially those a part of Katie’s Run, an annual 5K race in New Hyde Park.
Rain or shine, the June 22 event, now in its fifth year, will benefit the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island on behalf of The Katie McBride Foundation, a nonprofit organization aiming to promote and fundraise for the house. Festivities besides the timed race include a two-mile walk as well as a post-race celebration in New Hyde Park Memorial Park, which includes a free barbeque, an awards ceremony, family entertainment and a Children’s Fun Run with a visit from Ronald McDonald.
But of course the day is about more than merely running and burgers. On her 11th birthday in June 2007, Katie McBride was diagnosed with Burkitt’s Lymphoma after waking up one morning with a scratchy voice just days before.
Cold and rain on the first two days of the Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Church’s inaugural Family Festival didn’t stop residents from pouring in from May 29-June 1. The carnival was the culmination of months of planning.
“This carnival is amazing,” said 9-year-old Herricks resident James Stoven. “I hope it happens again next year.”
Father Frank Grieco came up with the idea to hold the festival. His past assignments in East Northport and Deer Park have hosted similar fairs.
The Ronald McDonald House of Long Island (RMH-LI) in New Hyde Park got a new look this past October, thanks to the help of 27 of the regions top interior designers. Two of those designers are local businesswomen, Vasi Ypsilantis of Manhasset and Margreet Cevasco of Sea Cliff, who hosted a fundraiser for the project on Wednesday, May 21.
The 42-bedroom facility is set to add 24 bedrooms and four eat-in kitchens as part of the projects phase II.
All of the designers worked to redesign and renovate the house’s original 18 bedrooms, four kitchens, breakfast room, five common areas, first floor restrooms and three laundry rooms. The house is a home-away-from-home for families of seriously ill children. It was the first phase of a project which will see further renovations to the house starting this July.
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