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July 9, 1999

  • NEWS: Very Few Voices Heard at Levittown Budget Hearing

    When the Levittown School Budget failed on May 18, there was much discussion about why the budget failed and why the district should reduce it. In answer to this, the school board reduced the budget by $200,000, bringing the total to $99,453,314. Voters will be asked to vote on this on July 14 and if this new amount does not pass, the district will have to abide by a contingency budget of $99,051,615, passed by the board last month. On Tuesday, just eight days before the second budget vote, residents were invited to share their thoughts on the budget with the board, administration, and their fellow residents. Only two people took the opportunity to be heard. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Wisdom Lane Middle School Is Growing

    Two years ago the residents of Levittown approved a Bond referendum providing for the expansion of the Wisdom Lane Middle School. This included enlargement of the cafeteria, 10 classrooms and a full size auditorium. For the last five years, the district has been struggling to find space in the schools for the ever growing population. The expansion of Wisdom is the second step of this process that began with the re-opening of the East Broadway Elementary School and will be continuing with additional classrooms on four of the other elementary buildings. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Blue Dragon Challenge Day

    On June 2, Division Avenue High School Career Development held its annual Blue Dragon Challenge Day. The event was organized by physical education teacher Joan Potter. Potter put a lot of time, hard work and dedication into making this a successful day. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Levittown Women Invited to Participate in Vytra Run

    Levittown women runners and walkers of all ages and abilities are cordially invited to participate in the 1999 edition of the Vytra Health Plans Long Island Women's Summer 5 Kilometer Women's Run, to be held on Saturday morning, July 10, with a new and improved course starting and finishing at the Woodward Parkway Elementary School in Farmingdale. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: A Flag for Every Home
  • OPINION: James P. Ward



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