July 3, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

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Students take part in Moot Court at MPK Village Hall

Justice Gerard Giannattasio presided over the trials staged by students of Massapequa High School classes under the direction of Daniel Bachman and Brian Dowd. The trials were conducted as would an actual trial, but without a jury. More...

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Schools/Sports

Lockhart Reflections Winners

The following students are winners of Raymond J. Lockhart Elementary School PTA of Massapequa, Reflections 2001/2002 contest. This year More...

Conroy Scholarship

On May 22, the Massapequa High School held the Senior Award Ceremony. The Robert A. Conroy Jr. Foundation was proud to present two $2,000 scholarships to very deserving seniors. More...

Landmarks Preservation Commision meeting set

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Town of Oyster Bay Landmarks Preservation Commission has been scheduled for Wednesday, July 10, according to Town Councilwoman Mary A. McCaffery. More...

Library

At the Library...

Massapequa

523 Central Avenue 798-4607 More...

TOB offers free animal brochure

The Town of Oyster Bay has available to residents an informative brochure entitled "Town of Oyster Bay Animal Shelter," according to Town Councilwoman Bonnie A. Eisler. More...

Obituaries

Obituaries: James J. Morris, Village Justice

James J. Morris, who served as Village Justice in Massapequa Park and was described as a caring, compassionate and fair man, died June 23, 2002. He was 86 years old. More...

Opinion

Guest Editorial Independence Day: Recognizing the First Revolution led by small businessmen

As Americans celebrate the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, we should remember one of most important facts about our founding generation: they were predominantly small businessmen. More...

Editorial This week’s outrage

We don More...

Letters More on use of Village facilities by private groups Dear Editor:

I am hereby replying to the letter of William E. More...

Parents and MSD at odds over plans for kindergarten students

As a result of space constrains incoming kindergarten students at the Birch Lane Elementary School in Massapequa will attend classes at the Unqua Road Elementary School this fall. The transfer, proposed by Superintendent Dr. More...

Mayor: helicopter pad, not tennis courts for Colleran Park

One sunny May day, Massapequa Park Village Mayor James Altadonna was working on his boat when he heard the swishing sound of a helicopter overhead. More...

PSD residents pass budget

By a vote of 1,533 to 870, residents in the Plainedge School district approved a $45.8 million budget for the 2002-03 school year, the same budget the public had defeated by a margin of 12 votes in May. More...

 

People/Social

North Massapequa resident views reenactment of Linbergh flight

Aviation enthusiast, Mary Ellen Feiderlein, pictured right, who hails from North Massapequa, was the guest of Kristen Lindbergh, granddaughter of the famed Lone Eagle Charles A. More...

YES Community Counseling Center honored for 25 years of service

New York State Assemblyman Steve Labriola (R, Massapequa) recently helped celebrate the YES Community Counseling Center More...

New York State Assemblyman Honors Local Eagle Scouts

New York State Assemblyman Steve Labriola (R, Massapequa) recently attended an Eagle Scout Award Ceremony for Troop 239 and presented a legislative resolution to Christopher T. More...

Events & Calendar

Post CALENDAR OF EVENTS

The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
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Register now for TOB summer recreation program

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Women’s professional tennis to kick off

Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto and Apple & Eve Tennis Classic Tournament Director Renee Lemmerman show what it takes to kick off a great professional tennis tournament right here in Long Island in the Town of Oyster Bay. More...

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