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May 04, 2001

  • NEWS: Village Tax Hike Unavoidable

    The Village of Roslyn board of trustees approved their 2001-2002 budget at a public hearing last Wednesday night. Mayor John Durkin said the new budget, which saw a decrease in spending from the previous year was "realistic and will work." But, try as they might, the BOT could not prevent a small tax increase. The 2.99 percent increase was explained by BOT member Marshall Bernstein, who singled out sewage expenses as the budgetary item that made a zero tax increase impossible to achieve. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Balanced Budget for East Hills

    Thanks to state funding for road repavement, along with restraints on spending and taxing issues, the Village of East Hills was able to produce a balanced budget for the 2001-2002 fiscal year. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Hilltop 5K Race a Huge Success

    The first annual Roslyn Hilltop 5K Race, which took place on Sunday, April 22, was a great success. Several hundred people, including over 200 runners, attended the event. More than 50 neighborhood kids participated in the 1/2-mile Fun Run. FULL STORY

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