Though he has to contend with Tom Suozzi to challenge Ed Mangano for the Nassau County seat, Democrat Adam Haber said he knows what will happen.
“I’m not going to get the nomination,” he said in a sitdown with Anton Newspapers last week. “I’m going to run a primary. I’m going to do exactly what Suozzi did against [Thomas] DiNapoli. He didn’t get the nomination. He ran a primary and I’m going to win the primary.”
On Friday, March 1, the Trapani Art & Frame Gallery, 447 Plandome Rd., Manhasset, will again collaborate with the Manhasset Art Association, allowing members to showcase works in a variety of media.
It will mark the first time the Trapani Gallery will select Manhasset Art Association member works for a rotating, monthly exhibit.
Manhasset resident Marian Mulderrig started her graphics, marketing and printing business in 1986 following both the birth her of her second child and her resignation from the art department of Publishers Clearing House, which had been brought in - house from Manhattan advertising companies in 1982. “I wanted to have flexibility in raising my children while still pursuing a career in graphic arts and printing,” she said. “It worked out very well for me and for my family.”
In the Village of Flower Hill four candidates are running for three open trustee positions. Two incumbents, Tab Hauser and Robert McNamara, are both members of the Flower Hill Party. They are being challenged by Eileen Mills, Flower Hill Party, and Roy Nelson, Civic Party.
The Manhasset Press asked each candidate to provide a headshot, a short biography and to answer seven questions that would assist residents of the village in making their decisions. The candidates are listed alphabetically. The election will be held on Tuesday, March 19, from noon to 9 p.m. at the Flower Hill Village Hall, 1 Bonnie Heights Road.
In the Village of Munsey Park four candidates are running for two open trustee positions. Two incumbents, Sheila Brennan and Albert Jaronczyk, are members of the Village Party. They are being challenged by Sean Haggarty and Patrick Hance, both members of the Residents for a Better Munsey Park Party.
The Manhasset Press asked each candidate to provide a headshot, a short biography and to answer seven questions that would assist residents of the village in making their decisions. The candidates are listed alphabetically. The election will be held on Tuesday, March 19, from noon to 9 p.m. at the Munsey Park Village Hall, 1777 Northern Blvd.
In the Village of Munsey Park two candidates are running for the position of mayor. Incumbent Harry Nicloaides is a member of the Village Party. He is being challenged by Frank DeMento a member of the Residents for a Better Munsey Park Party.
The Manhasset Press asked each candidate to provide a headshot, a short biography and to answer seven questions that would assist residents of the village in making their decision. The election will take place on Tuesday, March 19 from noon to 9 p.m. at the Munsey Park Village Hall, 1777 Northern Blvd. The candidates are listed alphabetically.
Their mission is simple: create employment opportunities for individuals whom may otherwise be deemed unemployable. Spectrum Designs Foundation is a nonprofit social enterprise that produces customized printed apparel, but is unique in that it is primarily staffed by teens and young adults with autism and developmental disabilities. An innovative program developed by The Nicholas Center for Autism in Port Washington, their effort highlights the dire need for purposeful employment creation and training in the local community. The center is named for Manhasset resident Stella Spankos’s son Nicholas.
According to the CDC, 1 in 88 individuals are diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. Autism is a lifelong neurological condition that affects the way one communicates, socializes and interacts with the world around them. It is not uncommon for many young people with autism to lead lives of isolation and seclusion.
The redistricting map proposed by the Republican Party in the Nassau County Legislature passed through the rules committee along party lines. The presiding officer, reported Legislator Judi Bosworth, said they were just passing it along to be discussed at the full legislative session on Feb 25.
Manhasset residents concerned about the map should attend the Feb. 25 full legislative session which begins at 1 p.m. at the Theodore Roosevelt Executive and Legislative Building. 1550 Franklin Avenue, Mineola. Meetings are held on the first floor legislative chamber. There will be time for public comment. One of the flaws of the map, Bosworth noted, is that is separates the Manhasset community into as many legislative districts as it does - three.
New map, different day; after passionate complaints from the public about the redistricting map proposed by the Republican members of the Nassau County Temporary Redistricting Commission (now dissolved as per the county charter), the Republican side of the legislature has presented a new, revised map: however, as far as most speakers at a hearing at the Feb. 11 Rules Committee hearing were concerned, the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Nevertheless, the rules committee passed the map 4-3 in a party line vote; barring an eleventh-hour surprise, it is expected to pass the Republican-controlled legislature at the next meeting on Feb. 25.
Elections in most Manhasset villages will take place on Tuesday, March 19 from noon to 9 p.m. Petitions to file to run for office were due by the end of the business day on Feb. 12 but were extended to Feb. 13 due to the holiday for Lincoln’s birthday. The Flower Hill and Munsey Park elections are contested.
In Flower Hill there are four candidates for three trustee positions. In Munsey Park the mayor is being challenged and there are four candidates for two trustee positions.
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