Murray, Levinson Vie for Hempstead Town Supervisor
This November, current Nassau County Assessor Harvey Levinson of Garden City said he hopes to unseat Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray to bring about real change. "Our taxes are too high and we have too many unnecessary levels of government," he said. "We're in one of the most beautiful, livable corners of the world, but illegal housing threatens our suburban quality of life. And while we have many noble and honorable public servants, too many town employees owe their positions to wasteful political patronage, not merit and experience."
Levittown Small Businessperson of the Year
Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray (second right), Councilman Gary Hudes (left) and Receiver of Taxes Don Clavin (right) present an official Town of Hempstead Certificate of Recognition to Frank Mormando of the Levittown Chamber of Commerce. Mormando, who is the proprietor of North and South Levittown Lanes, was recently honored at the Nassau Council of Chambers' 21st Annual Small Businessperson of the Year Legislative Breakfast. Award recipients were nominated by their local chambers on the basis of their leadership, entrepreneurial spirit and service to the community. The breakfast was held at Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury.
Levittown Panthers 13 Years Olds Complete Another Successful Season
The Levittown Panthers 13-year-old team has just completed an unbelievable baseball season. The team is coached by Manager Troy Verbitsky along with coaches John Bartlett, Bob Nickel and Tony Ciaramitaro. The team's players are Cody Abramson, George Balsamo, Daniel Bartlett, Anthony Ciaramitaro, Matt Christoffersen, Michael Cruz, Joseph Florio, Jack Garren, Anthony Lanzarone, A.J. Mattia, Chris Nickel, Frankie Vanderka and Bryan Verbitsky.
Levittown Central Baseball is holding its 2006 spring registration on Tuesdays, Nov. 15 and Nov. 22 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the American Legion Post 1711 on North Jerusalem Avenue.
Levittown FD, K of C, VFW to Jointly Host Blood Drive October 27