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May 17, 2002

  • News: Manhasset Residents Vote on School Budget on Tuesday

    Manhasset residents will go to the polls on Tuesday, May 21, to vote on the 2002-2003 Manhasset Public Schools budget and to vote for one trustee. Incumbent Thomas Maimone is running unopposed for that seat. The vote will be held from 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the Manhasset High School Gymnasium. At its April 18 meeting, Manhasset's five-member board of education unanimously adopted the proposed budget for the coming school year. The budget totals $58,009,149, an increase of $3,698,729 or 6.81 percent over the current school year. In a period when residents are expecting an increase to their taxes due to reassessment and an increase in Nassau County taxes, this seems like a fairly high increase but it must be taken in context. Although the tragedy of September 11 has been blamed for such an increase, it is not immediately apparent what the relationship is. According to Janet McCauley, Manhasset's assistant superintendent for business, New York State aid to school districts cut almost $500,000 to Manhasset for the upcoming school year. Insurance companies have also passed along the rise in health insurance costs. Investment opportunities have declined and, as a result, retirement benefits have declined. At the same time, energy costs have risen. FULL STORY

  • News: North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset Opens Trauma Center

    North Shore University Hospital (NSUH) in Manhasset has completed the first of a three-phase, $25 million project to expand and renovate the Greene Emergency Department. On April 24, the hospital opened the Marilyn and Maurice Cohn Trauma Center - a new 15,000 square-foot, three-tiered facility. The second and third phases of the project are expected to be completed in the next two years. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Manhasset Public School Sports Schedule

  • Sports: MHS Boys Win 84th Annual Port Washington Invitational

    The 2002 Manhasset Varsity Boys Track Team won the 84th annual Port Washington Track and Field Invitational on Thursday, May 9, and Friday, May 10. The track and field meet is the oldest on Long Island and is scored 1st (10 points), 2nd (8 points), 3rd (6 points), 4th (4 points), 5th (2 points) and 6th (1 point). The depth of Manhasset's team keyed them to victory as athletes scored in every track and field event. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: News About Greentree
  • Opinion: More Than Just a School

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