BOE Reviews Operational Budget Projections for Next Five Years
Assistant Superintendent for Business Larry Blake and Assistant Superintendent for Personnel Ann Israel gave an operational cost analysis presentation operational for the next five years taking into account the increased student enrollment and other factors.
Four Candidates for 11th LD Face Off in Meeting
To a packed and intensely interested crowd, candidates Linda Green, Craig Johnson, Lorraine Pryhuber, and Ben Zwirn presented their positions, qualifications, and defended their parties in the contest for County legislator for the 11th District. Voters willl cast their ballots on May 2; this special election was called after the untimely passing of Legislator Barbara Johnson, mother of candidate Craig Johnson.
PW Plays Major Role in 23rd Annual Nationwide Insurance Run for ASPIRE
On Saturday, April 10, runners, wheelchair athletes and race walkers from all over the New York Metropolitan area flocked to the local area to participate in the 23rd annual running of the prestigious Nationwide Insurance 10 Kilometer Run for ASPIRE, which is the first major race of the year in Nassau County.
On the Bay
Last week's column mentioned three men who sailed together on the Hobart Sailing Team and who competed against each other in the IC Dinghy National Championships. Chad Corning, Hobart '94, and from New Rochelle, attended Hobart when the sailing team was just getting together and he and his other sailing friends are credited with setting the foundation of a college sailing team that has been ranked #1 in the nation.
A Challenge for Port Washington Residents
Does Not Support Plan As Currently Proposed