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March 15, 2002

  • News: Suozzi Announces Initiative to Cut 1,200 County Jobs

    As part of his four-year financial plan designed to reduce the county's anticipated $428 million budget gap, Nassau County Executive Thomas Suozzi announced an initiative to reduce the county's workforce by 12.5 percent, which amounts to 1,200 jobs. FULL STORY

  • News: Assembly District Reshuffling Has Residents Concerned

    Letters continue to pour in from community members, expressing disappointment and concern at the possibility reshuffling of Assembly Districts, which would cause popular New York State Assemblyman Tom Alfano to lose jurisdiction over the communities of West Hempstead and Franklin Square in addition to part of Elmont. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Town 'Pitches' for Teams To Join Women's Softball Lineup

    The Town of Hempstead Women's Softball League is looking for new teams to step up to the plate for the 2002 season. Sponsoring one of the most successful women's leagues on Long Island, the town is seeking to attract organized teams for play this spring and summer, according to Supervisor Rich Guardino. FULL STORY

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