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July 29, 2005

  • News: Levinson: Illegal Housing Crisis in Elmont

    Democratic candidate for Town of Hempstead Supervisor Harvey Levinson believes that illegal housing has reached the critical level in the Town of Hempstead. During a press conference in which he unveiled a 10-point plan to combat the problem, Levinson spoke about Elmont, where he believes illegal housing has been allowed to flourish. FULL STORY

  • News: State Ed Department Commends Elmont Schools

    Four Elmont schools, Alden Terrace, Clara H. Carlson, Dutch Broadway and Gotham Avenue, were recently designated by the New York State Education Department as High Performing/Gap Closing Schools. In letters to the principals, Education Commissioner Richard P. Mills said, "You and your entire school community are to be commended for leading New York forward to accomplish our dual goals of increasing student achievement while closing the gap in student performance." FULL STORY

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