Legislature Approves New Congressional Lines
The Joint Legislative Task Force on Demographic Research and Reapportionment recently reduced the number of Congressional Districts (C.D.) throughout the state from 31 to 29. The change, made every 10 years in an effort to ensure that citizens are appropriately represented by their elected officials, has resulted in dramatic population increases in each of the Nassau County's three congressional districts.
O'Grady Announces Candidacy for Congress
New York's 4th C.D. is comprised of parts of the Towns of Hempstead and North Hempstead. With 373,131 voters, 164,536 are registered Republicans, 122,947 are registered Democrats and 73,062 are registered voters with no political party affiliation. The district is currently under the jurisdiction of Democratic Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy.
Carle Place High School's Annual Athletic Awards Dinner
Carle Place High School held its Annual Athletic Awards Dinner at Chateau Briand on Tuesday, June 4. A total of 435 people attended the dinner, but the night belonged to members of the Class of 2002.
Where Did These Expressions Come From?
Sewer and Storm Water Authority Initiative