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Village Approves Tax Cap Override Option

Written by Rich Forestano Friday, 23 December 2011 00:00

Mineola officials: ‘It’s just a tool, not a requirement’

To say it’s going to be easy for municipalities and school districts to make a 2 percent tax cap would be misleading. Tough decisions are on the horizon; some residents will be in uproar and others will applaud those involved for fiscal responsibility.

The Board of Trustees of Mineola approved the amendment of a local law, which authorizes the village to set the property tax levy in excess of the limit established by New York State. The board and village attorney John Spellman stated that this does not mean the board will intentionally go over the cap because of the approved override.


Holocaust Survivor’s Chilling Story Stirs Mineola School District

Written by Eric Holden Friday, 23 December 2011 00:00

Irving Roth details hardship as part of school project

Over 100 students, parents and faculty members from all levels of the Mineola School District convened Dec. 15 in the high school auditorium to listen to the chilling details of Holocaust survivor Irving Roth’s life.

Roth, now in his early 80s, was invited to speak at the school as part of Danielle Cohen’s “Adopt-A-Survivor” project. Cohen, a senior at Mineola High School, met with Roth several times over the course of the past few months to find out more about his time spent as a teenager growing up in Western Czechoslovakia.


Mr. Mineola Celebrates 90th Birthday

Written by Rich Forestano Friday, 16 December 2011 00:00

John DaVanzo turns 90, reflects on cherished years

If you frequent Mineola, you have probably seen him at Village Hall, the Hampton Street Stadium, the community pool, the Station Plaza Diner and the list goes on. He has met U.S. presidents and has been a fixture in public life for years. His footprint in Mineola has been cemented for decades, and will continue to be so for many years to come.

Mr. Mineola is his name and the village is his playground.

John S. DaVanzo, a lifelong Mineola resident, celebrated his 90th birthday on Friday, Dec. 9. He was honored at Village Hall last Wednesday, Dec. 7, with a cake and celebration following the board of trustees public meeting.


Troop 45 Celebrates 90th Anniversary

Friday, 16 December 2011 00:00

Mineola Boy Scout troop started way back in 1921

In March of 1921 Warren G Harding was inaugurated as President of the United States, later that same year, KDKA Radio in Pittsburg broadcast the first baseball game and in June of 1921 the first charter for Mineola’s Boy Scout Troop 45 was issued. On that first charter the Troop was sponsored by the Civic League of Mineola, Joseph Nohowec was the first Scoutmaster and Mr. F.L. Jenkins was the Troop Committee Chairman.

That first registration listed 18 boys as Scouts and was the beginning of 90 years of continuous service to the boys of Mineola.  On Saturday, Nov. 26, over 260 people gathered at the Chateau Briand in Carle Place to mark the anniversary and to celebrate 90 years of turning little boys into young men.


Village of Mineola Tree Lighting 2011

Friday, 09 December 2011 00:00

This year’s holiday tree lighting ceremony was held on Friday Dec. 2 at 7 p.m. at the Village of Mineola Community Center at Village Hall located at 155 Washington Avenue.


All Four Hampton Street Project Bids Awarded

Written by Rich Forestano Friday, 09 December 2011 00:00

Main construction bidders tie, Mineola School District awards VRD

The Mineola School District Board of Education awarded all four construction bids on the Hampton Street School project at its workshop meeting on Dec. 1.

Three of the four were open on Nov. 16. The district had previously rejected one of the general contracting bids. The contracting bid opened on Nov. 29.


Carvalho Imports Awaits NCPC Approval

Written by Rich Forestano Friday, 02 December 2011 00:00

East 2nd Street business showcases Portuguese imports

One of the mainstays in Mineola sits on Jericho Turnpike between Mineola Boulevard and Willis Avenue: Churrasqueira Bairrada Rodizio. Its cuisine is fine, its atmosphere charming and is packed daily by 4 p.m. So when Carvalho Imports opened up on East 2nd Street in Mineola, not only do residents have the ability to sample the cuisine, they can try to put it together themselves.

The village board of Mineola discussed Carvalho Imports’ request for a special use permit to sell food, owned and operated by Manny Carvalho, who also owns Bairrada, at its most recent public hearing.


Future Parking Relief for Residents Near Chaminade High School

Written by Rich Forestano Friday, 02 December 2011 00:00

Event attendees will be able to use lots at Jackson Avenue and Mineola Middle School

Parking in and around Mineola has been the topic for much debate, especially around the holiday season. However, residents living near Chaminade High School will be getting some relief from sports fans parking along local streets.

Following a recent meeting between Mineola Mayor Scott Strauss, Superintendent Dr. Michael Nagler and Chaminade President Brother Tom Cleary, those attending Chaminade events will be able to use the parking lots at the Jackson Avenue and Mineola Middle School for weekend events.


Mineola’s Taste and Style Struts Its Stuff

Written by Rich Forestano Friday, 25 November 2011 00:00

Local dress shops, restaurants showcase specialties of Mineola

The taste of Mineola is rampant along Jericho Turnpike from Herricks to Roslyn Road. It’s style can been seen from Fox’s near Station Plaza to Tsontos Furs on 2nd Street. Both joined forces on Wednesday, Nov. 16 at Jericho Terrace to showcase what Mineola’s business district has to offer.

The Mineola Chamber of Commerce presented Taste and Style in Mineola with a slew of local restaurants, ranging from Vinoco, Churrasquiera Bairrada, Willy Parkers, to Chef’s Corner, Jonathan’s to Uncle Bacalas, Heart of Portual, Frantoni’s, Piccolo’s, Piccola Bussola, Pasta Vino, Eleanor Rigby’s, Jericho Terrace, among others.


Hampton Street School Project Gets State Approval

Written by Rich Forestano Friday, 25 November 2011 00:00

Main construction bid still up for grabs

The Hampton Street School project received State approval on Nov. 16. However, it’s going to have to wait a bit longer. Superintendent Michael Nagler revealed at the Nov. 17 business meeting that the district rejected one of four bids on the construction project.

According to Nagler, the project was priced out by law in four parts. In projects like this, districts price out electrical, the plumbing, HVAC (heating, venting, air-conditioning) and general contracting work.


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