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November 21, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

ASD Administrators ask district for educational partnership

The Amityville Administrators Association has appealed to Amityville School Board and Central office Administrators to make them a part of an administrative team in the district and to allow them to provide input and recommendations into the educati More...

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Schools/Sports

Amityville HS math team victory

In math team action on Monday, October 22, Amityville High School More...

Students first day at St. Paul’s Preschool

Students are shown attending their first day at St. Paul More...

Events & Calendar

Amity Historical Society presents vintage movie

On Saturday evening, December 8, 7:30 p.m., The Amityville Historical Society presents Ian Fleming More...

Babylon Village GOP to honor Senator Johnson

Berkeley Swezey, president of the Babylon Village Republican Club announced today that the Club will be holding a Salute to Owen Johnson, Wednesday, November 28 at the Hibernian Hall, 26 Locust Ave., Babylon Village. More...

Record CALENDAR OF EVENTS The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: THURSDAY, November 22

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Opinion

Schaffer played political games with his final budget plan

We have said repeatedly in this space that small, stable tax increases to keep up with the pace of inflation and cost increases in all quarters is something that the public should expect. More...

Proud to be a postal worker in these times Dear Editor:

In 1995 when the postal service agreed to issue a breast cancer awareness stamp, as the woman who successfully spearheaded that campaign, I couldn More...

Let’s keep the current system of selecting LIRR Council members to provide best service to commuters Dear Editor:

Proposed Legislation, which will be introduced by Assembly member Steve Levy and co-sponsored by Assembly members Thomas DiNapoli and Robert Sweeney, would change the appointment of members to the Long Island Rail Road Commuters Council. More...

Babylon Town taxes to go up 8.9 percent for 2002 Democrats criticized for post-election increases

Babylon Town residents living in a home assessed at $3,500 will be paying $22.75 more a year in general Town taxes as a result of a $39.7 million budget the Town Board approved last week. More...

Henry ekes out win for Babylon Town Council

By a margin of just 196 votes, Lindsay Patrick Henry was declared the winner in the election for a seat on the Babylon Town Board. More...

ASD to hold meeting tonight to set $7M bond referendum vote

The Amityville School Board will be holding a special meeting for the purpose of adopting a resolution to hold an election for a $7 million Bond Issue today, Wednesday, November 21, 7:30 p.m., at Park North Administration Building. More...

 

People/Social

Amityville Village Historical Society Presents A Viennese Masked Ball

Joe Guidice, President and Ball Chairman More...

Sister City sends WTC support letter to Amityville

Amityville High School French teacher Carol Whyte received a letter for her students and the people of Amityville, from Gege Tricot, the president of the Amityville-LeBourget Alliance in France. More...

St. Martin’s Golf Outing

St. Martin of Tours held its annual Golf Outing recently with proceeds going to help support the computer lab and to construct a new park and playground at the elementary school. More...

Obituaries

John Ronback, of Amityville, avid bayman and sailor

John R. (Jack) Ronback, a well-known Amityville personality and an avid bayman and sailor, died at his home in Amityville, November 6, 2001 at the age of 90. More...

Roland Trepanier, 69, former resident of Copiague

Roland C. (Frenchy) Trepanier, of Port Richey, Florida and originally of Copiague, died Saturday, November 3, 2001 at home at the age of 69. More...

Caroline Canerossi, resident of West Babylon

Caroline L. Canerossi, a resident of West Babylon for the past 19 years, died November 4, 2001 at Consolation Residence in West Islip. She was 81. She had previously been a resident of Amityville for 18 years. More...

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