MSD Superintendent Proposes 13.6 Percent Tax Increase
Noting that funding for the Massapequa School system has been inadequate over the past several years, Massapequa School District (MSD) Superintendent Dr. Lawrence Pereira this week announced a proposed 2000-01 spending plan that increases taxes by 13.6 percent.
Village of Massapequa Park Trustees Installed
Several local officials were on hand at the Village of Massapequa Park village hall last week for the installation of Trustees Gail Klubnick and John O'Brien, after the two were voted into office during uncontested elections last month. Klubnick will serve her first term. O'Brien, who had been appointed to fill the seat vacated by Scott Wiss in November, will serve a second term. Shown from left to right are: Town of Oyster Bay Councilman Angelo Delligatti, Village Trustee Robert Wilcox, Trustee Joseph Pinto, Trustee Klubnick, Trustee O'Brien, Mayor Camillo Giannattasio, Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto and Nassau Legislator Peter Schmitt. -Photo by Ed Cox
Massapequa and Farmingdale Athletes Score in Run for ASPIRE
On Saturday, April 10, runners, wheelchair athletes, and race walkers from all over the New York Metropolitan area flocked to the local area to participate in the 23rd annual running of the prestigious Nationwide Insurance 10 Kilometer Run for ASPIRE, which is the first major race of the year in Nassau County.
We Need Tougher DWI Penalties