Remembering the Lost
Although the wind extinguished the flames on the candles, it could not dim the heartfelt emotions of the hundreds of Massapequans who attended two separate vigils of remembrance held Sept. 11.
Farmingdale Hosts 'Clean Water' Celebration
Local residents gathered at the new Community Center at Allen Park last weekend to celebrate the victory of the Town of Oyster Bay's attainment of an approximate 15 acres of the Liberty Industrial Superfund Site. The celebration, which was organized by a member of the Concerned Citizens Association of Farmingdale (CCAF), included representatives from several local organizations, including the CCAF and fdale.com, the community's website. Also on hand were Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto, CCAF President Michael Grello, Executive Director of the Long Island Drinking Water Coalition Joe Lorintz, President of the Friends of Massapequa Preserve Richard Schary, a representative from SHARED (South Huntington Alliance for Responsible Energy Development) and a representative from the Neighborhood Network.
From the Desk of Senator Charles J. Fuschillo