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The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week:
THURSDAY, March 31
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Massapequa Board of Education approves 2005/06 school calendar

On Thursday, March 17, 2005 the Massapequa Public School District Board of Education adopted the 2005-2006 school calendar. More...

Support our troops

To help support our troops in Iraq, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 7763, Massapequa Park will be accepting new and used audio and visual DVDs, CDs, VCR tapes and cell phones, which will be sent to recreation, welfare and morale facilities for our More...



One school vote needs
an approved state budget

It is difficult to counter the argument that once the public votes on an issue, it is wrong to put that issue up for a vote again on the basis that the public didn More...

Guest Opinion

School taxes, budgets and needed reform

The third Tuesday in May is the most significant day of the year for every school district in New York State. Super Tuesday is the day when schools face the reality of knowing whether their communities have approved their spending plans. More...

Crime down, except for robberies in Massapequa; 7th Precinct releases statistics

Despite declining statistics in almost every crime area within the Nassau County Police Department More...

Oyster Bay Town looks to limit sites for Multi-Family Housing; next generation housing underway in County

In an attempt to have more control over where and how multi-family homes and townhouses are built within the Town of Oyster Bay, the town board discussed amending its multi-family code at a recent meeting. More...

Local sites questioned Two projects that point to some of the weaknesses in the Town of Oyster Bay’s multi-family zoning laws are to be constructed in Massapequa, one on Alhambra Road, Massapequa, and the other on North Maple Street, North Massapeq

The Alhambra Road project is for four townhouse units at 9 Alhambra Road by S & A builders. The builders originally asked for five units on the site, but were approved for four in November, 2004. More...



James Altadonna Jr.

203 Whitewood Drive
Massapequa Park, NY 11762
March, 2005

Dear Fellow Residents: More...


McKenna Elementary students hear program against bullying

Sixth-grade students at the McKenna Elementary School in Massapequa Park heard how to "Step Up and Speak Out" against bullying when Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS), Long Island More...

Massapequa High School National Honor Society hosts blood drive

On Tuesday, November 16, the National Honor Society at Massapequa High School hosted a blood drive. Many local businesses made donations in support of this important cause. More...

Fairfield Elementary students participates in Hoops for Heart

Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, American Heart Association Hoops for Heart is an educational and fundraising event geared for middle and high school students and co-sponsored annually by the American heart Association and the American All More...


Patrick O’Sullivan of Farmingdale

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Veteran Edward Price of North Massapequa

Edward A. Price, of North Massapequa, died February 21, 2005. He was 79 years old. More...

Mary Barbella of Farmingdale

Mary Barbella, of Farmingdale, died February 18, 2005. More...


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