First Round of Sanitary District Audits Finds Inflated Pay and Lavish Expenses
An examination of expenses, procurement, and financial practices at three special sanitary districts has found examples of excessive compensation for administrators, extravagant travel and meal spending, and an utter lack of record-keeping in some districts, according to County Comptroller Howard Weitzman.
NYS Appellate Division Sends Cerro Wire Case Back to Town
Local civic groups, residents and the Town of Oyster Bay are enjoying a victory in the Cerro Wire case that was announced earlier this week. The New York State Appellate Division Second Department released their decision on Wednesday regarding the Cerro Wire property. The court overturned a decision handed down by Judge James Catterson of the Supreme Court, Suffolk County, dated November 25, 2003, which granted the Taubman Company the right to build an 860,000-square-foot shopping mall on the Cerro Wire property in Syosset, overturning the Town of Oyster Bay boards' original decision denying the application for a special use permit to build the mall.
SYAC Travel Teams Take the Field
The fall season is underway for three SYAC Girls Softball travel teams.
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