Elmont Residents Lead Up and Coming Band
It's been a year and a half since Joey Silvio moved back to Elmont from Raleigh North Carolina. When Silvio arrived home at Dutch Broadway, he met his parent's tenant, Jennifer Mallilo. The two found that they both had not only an address in common, but an affinity for music.
Pataki Signs Alfano Bills Into Law
Lung protection legislation for firefighters, a ban on nicotine water sales to children, a tax bill to assist the Franklin Square Munson Fire Department dubbed "Doris' Law," legislation to help the Shalem Pentecostal Tabernacle Church in Elmont, a medical consent bill for daycare children, the 2 percent school tax savings bill, a veterans bill for Gulf War and Vietnam Veterans giving tuition awards, a bill stopping credit information being used against consumers trying to purchase insurance, Megan's Law protections and privacy legislation have all been signed into law by Governor George Pataki over the past few weeks. And, each of the bills were sponsored by Assemblyman Tom Alfano.
Alfano's Avalanche Celebrate Season
When you think about role models in today's world, you can look no further than our own backyard. They're usually the quiet people who volunteer their time and make a difference in the life of someone. King Umberto's restaurant was the scene where Elmont South Little League's major league team Alfano's Avalanche had their end of season dinner where they celebrated their championship season. It was also a time where parents in the league, players and community members thanked a volunteer for his years of service to the team - Coach TJ Dangerfield. Dangerfield has coached in the league for six seasons and led his team, Alfano's Avalanche, to titles in back to back years.