The Year 2005 in Review
Munsey Park continues to study 10.2 miles of roads in the village and commissioned the village engineer, Dvirka and Bartilucci, to undertake a detailed study of their condition. Manhasset selects a firm to conduct a search for a new superintendent. New York State comptroller, Hevesi, releases a scathing report on the accounting practices of Miller, Lilly and Pearce, auditors for the district until the board decided not to rehire them at their reorganization meeting in July 2004. Two hundred teachers attired in black, still without contracts, attend the school board meeting. Dr. Austin Gavin, newly hired interim assistant superintendent for business, sizes up the job. Two MHS students, Brinda Alagesan and Nicholas Calluzzo, were named Intel Science semifinalists. Manhasset pounded with over a foot of snow on Jan. 22 in the first snowstorm of 2005. Committee to study outsourcing transportation formed.
Balboni Presents Emergency Preparedness Report Card for Long Island
State Senator Michael Balboni has released the findings of a recent hearing he hosted focusing on Long Island's level of preparedness for a major hurricane or other catastrophic event. The results show that neither Nassau nor Suffolk Counties are doing enough to protect Islanders from a catastrophe, whether it's a hurricane, blizzard, disease outbreak or terrorist attack.
NCPAL Manhasset Unit Boys and Girls Lacrosse 2006 Registration Timeline
1. Walk-in registration and information session: 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.: Manhasset High Gym
On the Bay
Remember going to grandma's house when you were young and anticipating the great big hug you would get just as you escaped the confines of a long road trip? And what about the great aromas emanating from the kitchen that made you instantly hungry? Great memories of a person and place from a long-ago time, a place where you were made to feel as if you were the most important person in the world. One of the best parts of going to grandma's house was contemplating just how wonderful the visit would be. Nothing changed much between trips, and that was good. It was the sameness of those trips that made them so special.
New Year, New Gang
A Sinless Offense?