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MPMA controversy leads to Village review of law requiring permits for outdoor retail sales and service

The Massapequa Park Merchants' Festival drew consistent crowds despite drizzles Aug. 14 and 15. It also drew some controversy that the Village of Massapequa Park is now attempting to sort out. Photo by Cliff DeBear More...

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Alice Lorenz, 14 year Massapequa resident

Alice J. Lorenz, a resident of Massapequa for almost a decade and a half died on August 22, 2004 from complications of diabetes. She was 83 years old and described by her family as a woman with a gift for making people feel comfortable and cared for. More...

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Lawsuit: interesting but risky

The recent lawsuit against a 1999 real estate contract between the Village of Massapequa Park and local property owner Gil Kicherer not only raises an interesting question concerning the Constitutionality of leasing an office and small portion of lan More...

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Writer to writer: Bush is a better choice Nov. 2nd

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MPMA controversy leads to Massapequa Park Village review of law requiring permits for outdoor retail sales and service

The Massapequa Park Village Board agreed during its open pre-board meeting August 23 that it would begin to unilaterally enforce a village law that prohibits merchants to put out tables and chairs or display, distribute, or sell merchandise on the si More...

MPK veteran Norman Kass is honored with New York State Conspicuous Service Cross

Norman Kass, a resident of Massapequa Park, was recently presented with the New York State Conspicuous Service Cross, which acknowledges recipients of various military honors or those who were prisoners of war, at Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941, direc More...

MPK veteran Norman Kass is honored by New York State

At left, Norman Kass, center, is shown with Assemblyman Joe Saladino, left and Sen. Charles Fuschillo Jr., right. More...

Correction

A story that appeared in the Aug. 18 edition, announcing the retirement of Sgt. Vincent Malabo, a former resident of Massapequa, incorrectly stated his first name. We apologize for the error. More...

 

People/Social

Hannon reminds Seniors about Enhanced Star program

State Senator Kemp Hannon (R - 6th S.D.), today announced that senior citizens or their spouse who will turn 65 years of age before December 31, 2005 are eligible to apply for ENHANCED STAR this year. More...

NassauRx prescription discount card available

Nassau County Comptroller Howard Weitzman (right) discusses the benefits of the new NassauRx prescription discount card with Massapequa resident Lucille Guarascio and her granddaughter, Sara, during the Comptroller More...

Dr. Charles Howlett retires

Islip Town Councilman William J. Rowley recently attended a special celebration for West Islip resident, Dr. Charles Howlett, who retired from the Amityville School District after more than 25 years of dedicated service. More...

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