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October 15, 1999

  • NEWS: Pushing the Party Message

    With County Executive Thomas Gulotta's fiscal year 2000 budget proposal under heavy scrutiny and legislative elections less than three weeks away, Democrats and Republicans on the Nassau Legislature are continuing to tout their parties' ideas for dealing with the county's multi-million dollar budget deficit. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Town Holds Line on Taxes and Projects Budget Surplus

    For the eighth year out of the last nine years, the Town of Hempstead has kept the general town taxes the same. Town Supervisor Richard Guardino recently announced that his proposed $272.7 million budget for the year 2000 would once again freeze all town tax levies. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: EAC Golf Classic

    EAC is a not-for-profit social services agency providing educational, vocational and counseling services to families, youth and the disadvantaged, rehabilitation for non-violent offenders and support to the aged. Some of EAC programs include Meals-On-Wheels, Developmental Learning Programs, Supervised Visitation and Women's Opportunity Resource Center. For more information, please call Hilary Hartung at 539-0150. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Fewer Marriages and More Babies to Unwed Mothers

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