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Police Commissioner Maureen O’Rourke Will Not Seek Re-election

Written by Jackie Pierangelo Friday, 02 October 2009 00:00
Port Washington Police Commissioner Maureen O’Rourke has announced that she will not be seeking a third term this December when her term expires. She told the board of commissioners at their Sept. 23 meeting that her reason for not seeking re-election is that she believes in term limits. “I believe boards need new ideas to be productive,” she noted.

The Port News asked Ms. O’Rourke what she felt was accomplished during her terms of office. She replied, “I saw the first female officer, who had to sue the district to be hired as a police officer, promoted to sergeant.”

 

TONH Resolution Sparks Criticism From GOP

Written by Dolores Kazanjian O’Brien Friday, 02 October 2009 00:00
A Town of North Hempstead resolution authorizing a $90,000 payment to reimburse the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the cost of drilling and analysis at Harbor View in Port Washington, which ordinarily would be a routine matter, sparked criticism from the GOP. In an e-mail widely distributed to the press and to many individuals, Lee Tu, GOP candidate for Town Supervisor and Francis X. Moroney, Esq., the North Hempstead Republican Leader, raised objection to the resolution. Despite their opposition and their urging people to turn out to the meeting, the resolution passed unanimously at the Sept. 8 meeting with virtually no discussion. Supervisor Jon Kaiman explained, “The board members had been fully briefed and had been provided with all the documentation.”
 

Obituary: Richard W. Bilanski

Friday, 25 September 2009 08:33

Richard W. Bilanski, 71, beloved husband of Barbara Ann Bilanski, passed away peacefully at home in Melfa, VA, on Sept. 19, 2009.

Born in 1937, he was the son of Helen Bilanski and the late Alex Bilanski of Port Washington. Richard was raised in Port Washington and attended C.W. Post College and served his country in the U.S. Army Reserves. He was retired as a lieutenant on the Suffolk County Police Department after 33 years of service.

 

PYA’s 19th Annual Hall of Fame Dinner Honors Schimoler and Sholder

Written by Julius Picardi Friday, 25 September 2009 07:53
Recently, Port Washington Youth Activities (PYA) held its 19th annual Hall of Fame Dinner Dance at North Hempstead Country Club. More than 325 participants attended the organization’s largest fundraising event of the year, which serves as the culmination of PYA’s sports year. That evening, PYA honored Paul Schimoler as a former athlete who came through its programs, and Steve Sholder, a current board member, as a key volunteer contributor. Both of these men, in their own ways, have helped continue to solidify and grow the organization which had its beginnings in 1963.
 

Port Chamber of Commerce Is Pride in Port Parade’s Grand Marshal

Written by Jackie Pierangelo Friday, 25 September 2009 07:52

Come Out and Honor Them at the Parade on Saturday, Oct. 3

The Pride in Port Committee is proud to honor the Port Washington Chamber of Commerce by making it the Grand Marshal of Pride in Port’s 2009 Parade being held this year on Saturday, Oct. 3. Our active and energetic chamber of commerce is arguably one of the most successful ones on Long Island.

Since its inception in 1930, the chamber has taken an active and visible role in promoting Port Washington and its business community, which continually gives back to the community by supporting the various organizations in town.

 

Lee Aschenbrenner Passes at 90

Friday, 18 September 2009 00:00

A man dedicated to making this world a kinder place has passed. Lee Aschenbrenner: educator, volunteer and all around terrific person.

On August 18, 2009, the community of Port Washington, the town of North Hempstead, the county of Nassau, the State of New York, in fact, the entire world lost a most remarkable man! After a valiant effort to stay alive, Lee Aschenbrenner was defeated by the injuries he sustained on December 4, 2008. Lee was a man at 90 who still had many things left on his “to do” list. His list of accomplishments is long and varied but some of the most significant ones include being a devoted husband to his dedicated wife “T.” a loving and supportive father to his children, Karen (Jerry), Erik (Gayle) and Lynn (Bruce), an adoring grandfather to 10 and a super great-grandfather to eight!

 

Port Washington Portrayed in Pictures

Written by Dolores Kazanjian O’Brien Friday, 18 September 2009 00:00
Local resident Elly Shodell, director of the Local History Center at the Port Washington Public Library, has authored a collection of images that depict the rich and diverse history of Port Washington. The book, part of Arcadia Publishing’s “Images of America” series, is entitled, simply, Port Washington. It is available at the library, as well as at Dolphin Books, Alper’s Hardware and other local retail outlets, from Arcadia Publishing (www.arcadiapublishing.com) and, of course, from on-line booksellers. All author royalties from the sale of this book will be donated to the Port Washington Public Library Local History Center.
 

Cow Neck Historical Society Holds Its Annual Country Fair This Saturday!

Friday, 11 September 2009 00:00

On Saturday, Sept. 12, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., you are invited to the Cow Neck Historical Society’s Annual Country Fair.

There will be a petting zoo, pony rides, face painting, games and you can get behind the controls of a real fire truck! And, they have antique tools and tractors on display in our old Dutch barn, Civil War re-enactors, fly tying demonstrations, a raffle for gift certificates to Port Washington’s finest restaurants, tours of the historic Sands-Willets House (ca. 1738-1845) and live music for your enjoyment.

 

Attorney General’s Office Informs Senior Citizens About Health Care Fraud

Written by Dolores Kazanjian O’Brien Friday, 11 September 2009 00:00
Brian Herrington, assistant director of Intergovernmental Affairs for New York State Attorney General (AG) Andrew Cuomo, spoke at the Port Washington Senior Center about how the AG’s Health Care Bureau helps to protect consumer rights. Herrington began by explaining that the AG’s office has many different structures that act to protect consumers, one of which is the Health Care Bureau. In addition, the AG’s office is responsible for providing legal representation for state agencies.
 

UJA Federation of NY’s Domestic Mission to Rhode Island

Friday, 04 September 2009 00:00

Emphasizes Volunteering to Help Those in Need

On a sizzling summer day, nearly 20 Jewish women from Long Island crammed into five cars loaded with bags of groceries and traveled to Rhode Island for a four-day social-action mission that included everything from feeding the hungry to building a home for the homeless, as part of UJA-Federation of New York’s Port Washington/Sands Point Women’s Volunteer Mission in Rhode Island.

 

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