Peter Tilles, the president of Nassau County Museum of Art’s (NCMA) board of trustees, announced that Old Westbury resident Jay Kamm has been appointed executive director of the museum and that Constance Schwartz, the previous director, was appointed director emeritus and continues to serve the museum in development, leading the effort to raise funds for the capital campaign for building expansion.
It’s not easy to fill the new Flower Hill village meeting room, but on Monday, May 4 the residents of the village did just that. It was the monthly meeting of the board of trustees and the people who live in the area around the Gold Coast Motel located at 1053 Northern Blvd. were concerned and angry.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) has a slogan – “Going Your Way.” But it should possibly be changed to “Going in Your Pocket.”
The Senate Democratic Majority has voted to support a bailout of the MTA with a payroll tax that will be applied to all businesses in the areas the MTA serves including Nassau and Suffolk counties.
Don’t forget, the vote on the Roslyn School District Budget for the 2009-2010 school year will take place on Tuesday, May 19 from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the Roslyn High School. The following will be on the ballot:
Decisions on major development issues facing the Roslyn area continue to be debated by both the Town of North Hempstead council and the Village of East Hills board of zoning appeals (BZA).
On Monday, May 11, starting at 8 p.m., a “Meet the Candidates” night will be held at East Hills School, located at the corner of Round Hill Road and Locust Avenue.
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