Taking the oath of office commencing his fourth term as North Hempstead Supervisor, Jon Kaiman declared it “a new beginning.” The New Year’s Day inauguration ceremony also included the swearing in of Town Clerk Leslie Gross and town board members Angelo Ferrara, Viviana Russell and Lee Seeman.
The ticket that County Executive Edward P. Mangano rode to victory was the same one that Republican candidates used in Nassau County to regain a majority in the legislature this November – lower spending, fees and taxes.
Harold (Hal) Marchant, a resident of Manhasset since 1947, celebrated his 107th birthday at home on Dec. 4 with family and friends.
A stage comedy, The Duchess of The Dakota, written by Manhasset playwright Denis McKeown and featuring Manhasset actors, was performed Sunday, Dec. 6 at the Manhasset Arts and Cultural Center, housed in the Parish House of Christ Church—an architectural treasure.
What started as a routine concept—sending care packages to U.S. Troops—culminated in an overwhelming and enthusiastic show of community support to bring some holiday joy to our brave men and women stationed overseas.
Join your host John Bosco on Monday, Jan. 4, at 7 p.m. for his monthly Director’s Cut series, and enjoy little-seen but critically acclaimed film gems you may have missed in the movies or on DVD. This month’s selection is 500 Days of Summer. When his girlfriend (Zooey Deschanel), unceremoniously dumps him, greeting-card copywriter and hopeless romantic Tom (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) begins sifting through the year-plus worth of days they spent together, looking for clues to what went awry. As he recalls the good and bad times he spent with the commitment-phobic girl, his heart reawakens to what it cherishes most. Marc Webb directs this uncommon love story.
Governor David A. Paterson signed into law last week pension reform legislation in North Hempstead Town Hall that is expected to provide more than $35 billion in long-term savings to New York taxpayers over the next 30 years. It will, he said, save $8.5 billion on Long Island and will provide much needed long-term property tax relief.
Underground on Long Island there are vast aquifers filled with water, some closer to the surface and more susceptible to polluting influences, others deep with pristine waters thousands of years old. Water knows no boundaries. The water in the aquifers flows in various directions based on geology, not political boundaries.
It had to be one of the warmest Christmas Tree Lighting ceremonies in memory, and the crowd grew steadily on Dec. 4 until, as in years past, it spilled into the corners of the Mary Jane Davies Green. The Manhasset High School Brass Choir, under the direction of Randy Knudsen, provided a spirited background of seasonal songs.
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