Muttontown Adopts Administrative Position
Muttontown's Board of Trustees voted to adopt local law 1-2005 to create the position of Village Administrator at their March 14 meeting. The position was first brought up at their Jan. 10 meeting. At that time the board explained that the village has grown over the past few years and so has the complexity of running the village. Board member William Floyd Jones showed a 1935 map of the village made at the time of incorporation in August 1931. He said that there were then 65 parcels of land and there are now 1,300. Over the years the large estates have been subdivided into smaller lots, to conform to the village zoning which goes from half acre to five acres.
Jack Mandel Offers Chamber Advice
Jack Mandel spoke at the Oyster Bay Chamber of Commerce's March 22 meeting and proved to be as good as advertised. "If you have an open ear and are receptive, you will leave with a new idea," he said to the business people. As he took over the meeting, he asked members to identify themselves and their businesses; and he had information and suggestions for many of them, as he carried on a vibrant dialog with the audience at Il Piatto restaurant.
Applying For Lifeguard Certification
With spring "breaks" behind us and the warm days of summer ahead, the Nassau County Department of Health reminds all residents who are applying for lifeguard certification that they:
CMF to Hold 30th Anniversary Golf, Tennis Classic
Children's Medical Fund of New York (CMF) will be hosting its 30th Anniversary Golf and Tennis Charity Classic at Glen Oaks Club on June 20. This event will raise $1 million for vital programs at Schneider Children's Hospital.
School Bus Travel on Route 25A