Saying that recurring expenses are outpacing recurring revenues in Nassau County, Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano plans to cut county spending by outlining a plan he believes will save the county $49 million, the bulk of which will come from cuts to management and support positions in the county.
Years ago North Hempstead Town Supervisor Jon Kaiman hosted the community in the high school cafeteria, as he did once again Tuesday, Feb. 23, to discuss improvements to Plandome Road. Years ago the community was asked what they envisioned for Plandome Road and while safety and appearance were main concerns, Kaiman remembered, both funding for the project and what specific changes to make were never determined.
Submitted by the Manhasset School District
The Manhasset Board of Education and the Manhasset Education Support Personnel Association (MESPA) have reached a global settlement of all issues relating to the July 23, 2009 Public Employment Relations Board (PERB) Order.
Elections in most Manhasset villages will take place on Tuesday, March 16 from noon to 9 p.m. All elections are uncontested. Elections will be held in June in the Village of North Hills.
A gabion is a series of rocks wrapped in a steel cage or a caged block of rocks that acts as a wall or barrier against the tide. It is a preventive erosion tactic, often used in a coastal tidal area, to protect structures from the forces of nature in breaking apart land mass and structure.
The last words from a 20-year-old resident came from a text message sent to his dealer. It read, “i’m diggin’ this — my dude, best I had in a while. 4 real. Save my number, peace.” That was sent before he was found by his mother dead in the bathtub.
In office for just a few weeks, Nassau County’s new comptroller George Maragos reports that he has “taken charge” and is eager to make the job his own. A long-time Great Neck resident, Comptroller Maragos met recently with Anton Community Newspapers editors. Much of the interview focused on taxes and assessment.
The Manhasset Chamber of Commerce meetings have a new look. Recently elected president Harvey Passes will film guest speakers for eventual airing on his television program found on Cablevision’s Channel 73. The program is titled Dr. Passes Presents and can be seen on Sundays at 4:30 p.m., Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. and Fridays at 5:30 p.m. The presentations will be interactive, not a monologue but a discussion, with Passes serving as host.
(Editor’s note: This story ran in the Great Neck Record, an Anton Community Newspaper. The subject matter is pertinent to all Long Islanders.)
The odds are great that every person reading this article has been touched, either by being a survivor or through kinship or friendship, by the scourge of breast cancer. And that is why con artists know that setting up a “charity” with vague aims to help women with breast cancer and using paid telemarketers to cold call potential donors with a fast pitch that trades on the good names and reputations of legitimate non-profits is a good bet and a way to beat the system for profits all around.
NBC’s LX New York featured Manhasset on its Wednesday, Jan. 27, broadcast. LX New York is a live, weekday, lifestyle show produced by LX.TV and hosted by Sara Gore, Siafa Lewis and Michael Flocker.
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