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Election Issues

Written by Dave Gil de Rubio Friday, 18 October 2013 00:00

With Election Day around the corner, voters going to the polls are looking for candidates that will follow through on campaign pledges to fix problems and admit accountability when situations go south. Among the myriad taxpayer problems are the continuing soap opera that developing the Nassau Coliseum has become, the lack of governmental transparency that became evident in recent events including a lawsuit filed by banned workers at the animal shelter and ongoing aircraft noise that has been severely affecting quality of life. 

 

Call For Submissions: Salute To Veterans

Saturday, 19 October 2013 00:00

Anton Community Newspapers will be publishing a special supplement section on November 8 in honor of local veterans. This supplement will include profiles, organization information and resources and of course, lot of photos of those who serve and have served.

 

Submit your photo of your family’s veterans, one photo per veteran, preferably in uniform. 

 

Email a high-resolution to Christy Hinko at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or mail an original with a SASE for return to: Christy Hinko, Anton Newspapers—Veteran Salute, 132 E. 2nd Street, Mineola, NY 11501, before Wednesday, Oct. 30.

 

All photos must include the name of the veteran. Add in any additional information known: location/date of photo, rate/rank/branch, war era, dates of service, where the veteran is from or lives now locally. 

 

Procacci: Seeking Transparency

Written by Christy Hinko Wednesday, 16 October 2013 00:00

Republican Felix Procacci, of Franklin Square, is running on the Democratic ticket this election season, challenging Republican incumbent, Kate Murray, for the position of supervisor for the Town of Hempstead. Procacci, a computer programmer, is basing his campaign on increasing town government transparency.

 

“For me this campaign is not political; it is a continuation of my efforts to reform town government, an effort that began almost three years ago when I attended my first town board meeting,” said the challenger. “Sixty-two consecutive meetings later, and with a greater understanding of town government, my goal remains the same: the reform of town government.”

 

Lady Dragons Start New Conference

Written by Steve Kissane, Levittown@AntonNews.com Thursday, 10 October 2013 00:00

After the last few years in county conference A1, the Lady Dragons of Division Avenue High School find themselves in conference A3. This season the Blue Dragons have concentrated on trying to rebuild a team that lost many fine players to graduation the last two years. Division finds themselves in the middle of the pack in conference A2 halfway through the season with a 2-2-2 record.

Leading the way for the Lady Dragons is a small but solid group of seniors. Anchoring a very stingy defense is Kim Beattie and Miranda Pedroza. Both girls play the outside defender positions. Suring up a talented Midfield is Alyssa Barbosa, Michelle Pedreros, and Ariana Weingrad. Weingrad plans to play college soccer next season at the University of Bridgeport.

 

Good Government Is Good Politics

Written by Christy Hinko, Chinko@AntonNews.com Wednesday, 09 October 2013 14:09

Business as usual for supervisor’s campaign

With elections less than four weeks away, it seems as though Kate Murray would be letting her daily duties as the Supervisor of the Town of Hempstead take a back seat to campaigning. On the contrary, Murray practices seamless politics that doesn’t differentiate.  

“Good government is good politics,” she said in an informal discussion at the Levittown Tribune offices on Sept. 24.

 

Maui Wowi Wows Smoothie Lovers

Written by Paige McAtee Thursday, 03 October 2013 00:00

Fresh smoothies, Hawaiian coffees, and baristas that greet you with "Aloha," can only be found at one place on Long Island, and that is at the Maui Wowi café on Wantagh Avenue.

 

"The idea of opening a Maui Wowi was appealing because it has a little something for everyone," said Nicole Marsh, who owns and runs the café with her husband Joseph Marsh. "It's healthy, nutritious, and pretty darn tasty."

 

“The ambiance is nice and the drinks are great,” said Stefan Mercus, who is a regular customer at Maui Wowi along with his 3-year-old daughter Juliet. “It’s very family friendly here.”

 

Popular Bakery Gets Facelift

Written by Doug Finlay Wednesday, 02 October 2013 00:00

Out with the ‘new’, it will ship product

The “New Levittown Park Bake Shop,” on Wantagh Avenue, changed its sign for the first time in 50 years, throwing out the ‘new’ and bringing in the new. Adding delightful intrigue to the change, it offers a slew of new offerings the owners hope can draw a new generation of sweet- toothed aficionados, and will ship its items around the country.

 

A fixture in the community for 50 years with an avid following, the New Levittown Park Bake Shop was purchased in September 2012 by cousins Helen Kyrillidis and Tanya Salagiannis from the family-owned business of bakers known in the neighborhood as Karen and Marty. Charlie Johnson, a baker for the shop since Karen’s father Karl owned it with a partner named Henry, told this newspaper Karl’s daughter Karen bought the business from her father in 1984. Karl started the Levittown Park Bake Shop with partner Henry in the early 1960s – naming it after a small open field or ‘park’ next to it - and went around solo 1964 when Henry left. Under new management, Karl renamed it the New Levittown Park Bake Shop.

 

An Evening With Mrs. J. Fred Sparke

Friday, 27 September 2013 00:00

(Editor’s note: This was submitted by the Island Trees School District in response to Susan Reckling’s request for more information about J. Fred Sparke, which printed in the Friday, Sept. 6 edition of the Levittown Tribune. This feature was written by Margaret Robben and printed in the September 1963 edition of The Sparke-ler.) 

 

On Sept. 3, 1963, the evening before the new school term opened, my husband I want to visit Mrs. J. Fred Sparke.

 

Civics Host Comptroller Candidates

Written by Steve Mosco Thursday, 26 September 2013 00:00

Forum serves as preview for debate on October 10

The Coalition of Nassau Civic Associations hosted the candidates for county comptroller—incumbent George Maragos and challenger Howard Weitzman—in a town forum at the Plainview-Old Bethpage Library last week.

 

Each candidate was granted five minutes of speaking time, followed by a question and answer session with residents in attendance. 

 

Broadly speaking, Maragos said the county has “held the line” on tax increases and not burdened Nassau County’s homeowners, while Weitzman said the county can not sustain the debt t has accrued during the current administration’s time in office.

 

Levittown Veteran Laid To Rest

Written by Christy Hinko Wednesday, 25 September 2013 00:00

The funeral for Levittown fire fighter Jason DeLauro, 32, was held on Sept. 13. DeLauro was killed in an accident that occurred on Sunrise Highway, near Horseblock Road in Yaphank at approximately 1 p.m. on Sept. 8. According to police, DeLauro pulled his 2005 Honda motorcycle over to the median; a car veered out of the westbound lane and struck him. DeLauro was pronounced dead at the scene. 

 

Emergency responders said the driver of the vehicle refused medical attention; the vehicle was impounded for investigation. Police said no charges had been filed. 

 

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