Athletic Field, Facility Report Focus of BOE
The proposed Go Turf project, a controversial donation from a local athletic group to renovate one of the district's premier athletic fields, was accepted by the Port Washington Board of Education at its June business meeting. But before that matter could be addressed, there were people to thank and children to appreciate.
Businesses Suing Over School Taxes
A dozen Port Washington businesses have filed a lawsuit in Nassau County Supreme Court against Nassau County and the Port Washington School District alleging that the district is taxing them at an unfair rate. A press conference was held the morning of Tuesday, July 25, on the steps of Schreiber High School to explain the rationale for the lawsuit.
Port Man to Put on Gloves for Charity
Norman "Ironman" Bluth of McBreen & Kopko, Attorneys at Law and Port Washington resident has been selected to be one of the boxers for the 4th Annual Long Island Fight for Charity which will be held Oct. 23 at the Long Island Hilton in Melville. This action-packed event is one of the Island's leading charity fundraising and networking events. The event is expected to have an attendance of more than 1,200 people and to raise over $150,000 for local charities.
Library Staff Wants Fair and Equitable Contract