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December 14, 2001

  • NEWS: Nassau Has Approved Budget

    With Nassau County residents facing a possible 15 percent county tax increase included in the budget passed by the Democratic Majority in the Legislature, which would have amounted to approximately $160 for the average household in the county, County Executive Tom Gulotta vetoed that measure and instituted a 9.1 percent tax increase in its place. The move was approved by the Nassau Interim Finance Authority (NIFA) so that the average household in Nassau County can expect to pay an additional $94.12 in the county portion of their property taxes. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Dr. George Goldstein to Stay On for Another Year

    Sewanhaka Central High School Board President Martin Cernese announced at the New Hyde Park/Garden City Park School Board meeting that Dr. George Goldstein would be staying on for another year as superintendent of Sewanhaka Central. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Lady Spartans Capture Conference Championship

    This season, the varsity volleyball team at Elmont was given little chance of making the playoffs. The team was too young, too inexperienced. That is, until playoff time rolled around and the Lady Spartans sat atop the standings in Conference III. FULL STORY

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