Stricter Regulations Proposed for Home Offices
A Massapequa businessman is opposing a new proposal by the Town of Oyster Bay that would introduce stricter zoning regulations for home-based offices.
Republican Legislators Denounce Gulotta
As two Nassau County Democrats have announced their intentions to vie for the position of county executive, the nine Republican legislators made it clear, at a press conference held Tuesday, that they would not support Thomas Gulotta if he chooses to run for a fifth term as the leader of the county.
Cross-Country Team Recognized
The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) recognized the Massapequa High School Fall 2000 Boys Cross-Country Team this fall as Scholar Athletes. Any varsity team that has a collective average of 90 percent or better may apply for this prestigious award. The cross-country team was selected as the champions in the boys cross-country division with a 97.795 overall cumulative average. Massapequa also scored another first place award with the girls field hockey team and two second place awards with the boys football team and the girls volleyball team.
Local Athletes Invited to Run
Runners, walkers and wheelchair athletes from the Massapequas and Farmingdale are cordially invited to come to Kings Park on Sunday, March 25 to test their training and endurance levels by being a part of the fourth annual Kings Park 15K run.
Legislative Majority Report
Reflections on the State of the State