Board of Education Town Hall Meeting-Budget, Budget, Budget/ The Community Chest of Port Washington Appoints Andrea Watson Executive Director/ Alexis Mjchajliw Intel Winner-Finishes in Top Ten/ PW Firefighters Help Fight Cancer/ Port Youth Connect With NYC Homeless/ Home/School Connection in Early Childhood/ PW Parents Rock at "Battle of the Bands"-Proceeds Raise Money for Mobile Medical Health Van/ North Hempstead Honors Its Women-Barbara Faticone and Judy Otruba of PW Are Honorees/ FOL Book & Author Luncheon-Features Biographer Laurence Begreen (Marco Polo) and Novelist Brian Hall (Fall of Frost)/ District Rolls Up Sleeves Looking for Further Budget Reductions-Hoping for Below 5.9 Percent/ Utilities Update: Port Holds Public Hearing on Verizon Franchise-LIPA Reports on Reliability Improvements/ Dialogue on Race and Religion at Congregational Church/ PW Water District Urges Proper Use of Lawn Chemicals and Fertilizers/ Schreiber High School Orchestra Trip to London/ Johnson and Gloria Steinem Join Pay Equity Rally/ Family Establishes the Dan Biro Memorial Scholarship/ Former TNH Building Official Pleads Guilty-Judge Gives Lomonaco Probation, Community Service and Orders Restitution/ Weber Science Olympiad Team Headed for State Championship/ $685,000 in Aid Restorations for Port Schools-Hard Work of Johnson and Schimel Pays Off/ Sixth Graders Attend Tolerance Training/ PRC to Honor Family Educator Dot Slade/ Schreiber Academic Decathlon Team Wins Second Place in State Finals/ More Cuts to Proposed Budget Made at Special BOE Meeting-As of Now 5.65 percent Increase/ PWPL Budget Sails Through/ TNH Announces 311 Call Center-Assisted Disaster Reporting Initiative/ Food Maven Arthur Schwartz to Visit Library/ Schimel Mounts "Green" Initiative/ Lands End Subdivision Hearing Attracts a Crowd/ School Board Adopts 4.95 Percent Increase in Spending for 2009-09/ Continuing Care Retirement Community Under Construction/ Chamber Notes: Howard Weitzman Guest at Chamber Meeting/ Helen Keller Center Open House April 29/ Holocaust Paintings to Be Exhibited in Honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day Minature Golf Course Renovation Honors Sand Miners and Delights Community/ LWV and AAIW Take on Issue of Human Trafficking/ Red Stocking Review-Not to Be Missed/ Residents for a More Beautiful Port Washington Invites Community to 40th Anniversary Gala/ Fundraiser for the Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society-"Fill a Bag for a Dollar"/ Weitzman: $9 Million Saved by Nassau-RX Drug Discount Card Users/ Young Musicians Delight Residents at Sands Point Center/ Six Vie for Three Seats on Board of Education (Sandra Ehrlich, Mark Marcellus, Dean Nardone, Rob Seiden, Sue Sturman, Reverend Alfred Burt)/ Port News Mother-of-the-Year Contest/ Senator Johnson to Hold Mobile Office Hours in Port/ Attorney General of New York Andrew Cuomo to Speak at Landmark/ They Honored a Few Good Men and a Lady (Port Marines Who Served Honored)/ Daly School Students Bring the Cats of Mirikitani to Port Washington/ Students Bring Continental Congress to Life/ School District Trims '08 Budget to $121,850,198...4.95 Percent Spending Increase-4.89 Tax Levy Increase/ Community Chest of Port Washington Welcomes New President Richard Strautman/ TONH Incorporates 311 Hotline to Monitor Adherence to Helicopter Noise Abatement Agreement/ School Board Candidates Refine Positions at LWV Candidates Night/ Schreiber Times Wins Top Honors/ Port North Public Hearing on Verizon Franchise Agreement/ Gambol '08 Guys Night Out/ Schreiber FIRST Robotics Team Earns Silver Medal/ American Legion Names Tony Garofalo Co-Grand Marshal of Memorial Day Parade/ Jim W. Lynch Named Co-Grand Marshal of Memorial Day Parade by VFW Post #819/ School District Election Results: School Budget; Yes- 2,955; No-2,167: School Board Members Two-3 year terms and one 1-year term (third highest number of votes); Sandy Ehrlich-2,225; Mark Marcellus-1,956; Dean Nardone-1,901; Reverend Alfred Burt-481; Rob Seiden-2,786 and Sue Sturman-2,522/ PYA to Induct Gil, Higgins and McNamara at Hall of Fame Dinner/ Port Washington Resident Walt Bogdanich Wins Third Pulitzer/ Port Washington Children's Center to Honor Donna and Tom Rice/ Schreiber Hosts Community Service Fair/ Columbia Professor, Edward Mendelsohn, Draws 150 to Library for FOL's Annual Bogen Lecture/ Weitzman: Inequity in School Funding for Nassau Compared to Rest of State/ Friends of the Library Book and Author Luncheon Featured Professional Readings/ 18th Annual HarborFest Schedule of Events/ Pets Bringing Cheer and Healing/ Republican Barbara Donno to Run for Seventh District Senate Seat/ Chamber Notes: Business Advisory Program for Locals?/ e-STOP Passed Unanimously by Both NY State Assembly and Senate-Governor Signs Law That Takes Aim at Online Sex Predators/ Sousa Memorial Band Shell 2008 Concert and Events Schedule/ CAPS Helps M'Haven School Kids Learn That Safety Rules Memorial Day in Port Washington/ Port Farmer's Market Will Open June 7/ LWV Offers New Booklet-"How to Make Your Vote Count"/ Wasserman Pleads Guilty to Top Charges, Including Five Felonies-Former Top TNH Building Department Official Expected to Receive Year in Jail/ Daly Students Read to Feed the World/ PW Building Receives Smart Growth Award (299 Main Street)/ Lingua Latina Visit at Weber School-Latin Scholars Achieve Perfect Scores/ HarborFest Happiness!/ Johnson Office Holds 'Office Hours'/ Commission Seeks School Tax Cap-Issues Preliminary Report Seeking 4 Percent Tax Levy Cap/ Chamber Notes: Talking Trash in the Business Area/ Nigerian Is Now American Citizen and Still in Need of Help/ DiNapoli Speakers at League of Women Voters Convention/ Port Washington Youngsters Honor Soldiers at Memorial Day Parade/ Port Business Coalition Continues Lawsuit on School Tax/ Genocide Awareness Day at Schreiber/ Results of Contested Village Election (Manorhaven): Mayoral Race-Nick Capozzi (PIC Party)-421; Michael Meehan(Environmental Party)-882: Two Trustee Positions Barry Balcourt and Carolyn Weber (PIC Party)-414/426; Rick Brostowin and Brendan Fahey (Environmental Party-818/810)/ Historical Society Presents How We Built Our First-And Only- Town Hall, 1907/ Schimel Leads Fight in State Legislature on Microstamping/ Fourth-Graders Learn About Long Island Sound Aboard Schooner/ HarborFest 2008-A Great Place for Port Washington Kids!/ Town Poised to Vote on Flow Control Ordinance July 8-Would Require All Town Waste to Be Brought to Transfer Station in Port/ McDonough Acquitted of All Charges/ New Policy Protecting TONH Trees Too Late to Save Five Oaks/ Longtime Port Resident Peggy Gallagher Dies in Long Island Expressway Accident/ League of Women Voters Honors Sue Fitzgerald/ Tourism Campaign to Tout Nassau County's Many Attractions Shops, Restaurants/ Tom Suozzi Presents Cool Downtown Vision for Mature Suburbia/ PW Students Receive Community Awards/ Weber Artists Attend Museum Ball-Students Meet Designer They Studied in Class Logo
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