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April 27, 2001

  • NEWS: Plainedge Schools to Vote On New Budget

    The Plainedge Public Schools 2001-2002 school budget will be put to the vote May 15. The proposed $43,997,944 spending plan reflects a 8.2 percent increase over last year's expenditures, and a 2.2 percent increase in the estimated tax rate. Included in the budget are many new programs, such as the implementation of full day kindergarten, a revised math program, and a four-week Summer Enrichment program. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: New Budget Delivers Savings, Stable Tax Base

    Significantly reduced expenditures, a stable tax base, and an $8,000 appropriation for seniors and youth services were some of the highlights of newly elected Mayor James Altadonna's proposed 2001-02 budget, which he presented at a well-attended Massapequa Park Village meeting April 23. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: LI Alzheimer's Foundation Hosts 'A Ride to Remember' Bike-a-Thon

    The Long Island Alzheimer's Foundation will sponsor its first bike-a-thon May 20 to raise awareness of Alzheimer's disease and support the foundation's growing list of services. FULL STORY

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