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February 5, 1999

  • NEWS: Assemblyman Announces 4 Point Plan for Schools

    Assemblyman Ton Alfano, vice-chairman of the Assembly Joint Conference Committee, commented about the state budget's plan for education as just the beginning of the process. "It's like a baseball game in the first inning when the governor was at bat and the legislature was fielding. Now its our turn at bat." FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Master Plan Task Force Disbands, Forming Two New Groups

    Scott Howell of the Nassau Planning Commission, who according to Neal Lewis of the Nassau Master Plan Task Force attended every meeting of the Task Force, addressed the members of the Task Force at their Jan. 28 meeting in the Hofstra University Club to update them on the status of the passed Comprehensive Master Plan before the Task Force disbanded at the end of the evening. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Bowl for Big Brothers Big Sisters With New York Islanders

    On Sunday, Feb. 28, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island will be hosting its annual Bowl for Kids Sake Celebrity Day bowlathon featuring the New York Islanders at the AMF Sheridan Bowl in Mineola from noon to 4 p.m. This year's bowlathon will prove to be especially exciting and meaningful for the agency. As part of the day's festivities, a special presentation will be made to honor The New York Islanders for their strong support and long-standing commitment to Big Brothers Big Sisters over the past 20 years. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Ciotti Greets Future Football Star

    Legislator John J. Ciotti, right and Assemblyman Thomas Alfano, left, greet Chris Koesis of Elmont, at the Elmont Cardinals Football Club's 31st Annual Elmont Cardinal Day, held at the Dutch Broadway Sports Complex. The festivities included a parade of all the players and cheerleaders followed by a football game. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Fourth Grade Testing

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