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MPK awards bid on new salt shed

The Massapequa Park Village Board of Trustees has approved bids for the construction of a salt and sand storage facility to be built for the Village. More...

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Plainedge passes school bond $53M building improvement plan gets okay from voters

By a margin of 368 votes, or 56 percent, voters in the Plainedge School district approved a $53.05 bond proposal that will allow the district to now move forward with a plan to upgrade and expand its educational facilities. More...

September meeting of the Chamber of Commerce of the Massapequas

At the September meeting of the Chamber of Commerce of the Massapequas Judith Tyne of Hofstra University was the guest speaker. More...

TOBay holds hearing on changes to Zoning Code

The Town of Oyster Bay was scheduled to hold a hearing Town Hall yesterday on the question of revising the Town's zoning code. Watch next weeks edition for coverage of the issue. More...

Despite problems, ASD votes to continue constrctuion

Just one week after the Amityville School Board voted to halt the installation of the brick at the new addition of the Park Avenue facility, the board reversed itself. More...

 

Obituaries

Thomas W. Giunta, 74, a former resident of Massapequa

Thomas W. Giunta, of Massapequa, died November 20, 2000 at the United Presbyterian Home, Woodbury at the age of 74. Born in Brooklyn on August 16, 1926, Mr. Giunta was formerly employed by Brooklyn Union Gas Company as a senior storekeeper. More...

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