Memorial Service Held for Officer Kloepfer
Not long after the attack on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, New York City Police Department Commissioner Bernard Kerik identified 23 members of his staff who were missing. One of those 23 was Franklin Square resident Ronald Philip Kloepfer, a New York City police officer in the special operations division of the emergency services unit.
Local Government Moves Closer to Residents
In an effort to bring local government closer to residents, particularly those who have limited ability to travel, the Town of Hempstead, joined by local dignitaries, unveiled a brand new Mobile Town Hall, that will visit numerous senior centers throughout the municipality. The 36-foot motor home, readily equipped with cell phones, laptop computers and fax capabilities, will be linked to Town Hall in Hempstead, allowing easy access to information not readily available in the mobile unit.
Spartans Begin Season 3-0
The Elmont Memorial High School Spartans varsity football team has gotten off to a fantastic start to the 2001 football season with three impressive wins over Syosset, Plainview and Uniondale. The start is particularly significant since this is the Spartans' first season in Nassau Conference I.
Elmont Fire Department Aids Effort