A public hearing regarding the construction of a nine-story residential complex on Old Country Road in Mineola, dubbed the “Winston,” was scheduled for July 14 at Village Hall in front of the Board of Trustees of Mineola. Polimeni International LLC. was granted an extension to better prepare themselves due to the ongoing issues with new construction plans and various changes that have been made to the project. The hearing will now take place on Sept. 15.
Responding to a request for assistance from the Village of Great Neck, Mayor Jack M. Martins dispatched the Village of Mineola’s Tree Service Crew to Great Neck to help clear stranded residents last week. Great Neck also reached out to the Town of North Hempstead for aid as well.
Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and Formspring. Those are just a few of the sites that have seen the brunt of it. Let’s not forget about AOL Instant Messenger, AOL chat rooms and forum sites.
Fighting political corruption in Albany is what Republican candidate Daniel M. Donovan Jr. says will be his top priority should he be elected the next New York Attorney General. Vying for the top prosecutor’s seat, along with five Democratic hopefuls, the Staten Island District Attorney spoke candidly with editors of Anton Community Newspapers during a recent visit to Long Island.
Crimes Against Property Squad detectives reported the arrest of a Brooklyn man for grand larceny and falsifying business records that occurred in Mineola from Oct. 31, 2008 to April 30, 2010.
Mayor Jack M. Martins revealed on June 16 that a legal representative of unnamed residents of 13th Avenue contacted the Village of Mineola on June 15 stating that they would like to be kept abreast on the situation regarding Verizon, the Village of Garden City and the noise issues that don’t seem to be going away anytime soon.
The Mineola School Board of Education presented more options to the public last week at its reconfiguration meeting regarding school closings in the district. District Superintendent Michael Nagler showcased four options, plus a bond option to the public, which indicated the board has a long way to go in terms of a set option.
If you googled your child, what would you find? This was one of the many questions explored at the Nassau Counselors’ Association—Counselors, Administrators, Parents (CAP)—Conference held April 23, at the Ruth S. Harley University Center on the campus of Adelphi University in Garden City. A chapter of the New York Counseling Association, the NCA is an organization formed to meet the professional needs of individuals working or interested in counseling and human development by presenting a wide variety of programs and activities in these fields.
Representatives from Polimeni International LLC came before the Mineola Board of Trustees last week to request that it amend the special use permit of the function of the future Winston Manor residential complex from condominiums to rental apartments. The village board held a hearing on June 9 to listen to the testimony of legal council for Polimeni and Vincent Polimeni himself. The board concluded that it would decide on the request at its July 14 meeting.
The Mineola School District announced at its workshop meeting on June 2 that the Jackson Avenue School would receive 100 iPads for the 2010-2011 school year. There are approximately 82 students and 10 teachers at the school. Optional keypads will be available for in-school use only. The teachers will receive iPads over the course of the next three months and the students will receive them in September.
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