Monthly Archive:: May 2015

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School District Budgets, Propositions Pass by 2-to-1 Margin

Keeping school budgets at or below the 2% state tax cap appeared to be a winning strategy for boards of education and their school administrations, as all five school districts – the four component elementary districts and the middle and high

Policeman Saves Duckling at Mill Pond; Video Goes Viral

Seventh Precinct Officer Jacob Kogan was simply doing his job on Friday, May 15, by responding to a call for help when he was asked, upon arriving, to save a duckling stuck in a water basin at Mill Pond Park and
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Restoration of GEA Funding Helps School Budgets offer Students More

Teaching positions, extracurricular school activities and clubs that had been lost over the last six years to the “great recession” will be restored with the 2015-16 B-M Central High School District budget, remarked Superintendent John DeTommaso at last week’s North Bellmore

North Bellmore Public Library Proposes $8.9 Million Bond

Describing the North Bellmore Public Library facility as outdated and in critical need of new space to reflect the changing dynamics of the community, library Director Tom Bazzicalupo presented a new $8.9 million bond issue during a meeting of the North
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North Merrick School District Proposes Capital Bond

North Merrick School District officials last week presented a capital proposal to raise $14,650,000 in new bonds that would address the failing infrastructures of its three schools to improve them over five years and cost the residents of the district an
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Rob Bartlett, Tony Powell, Two Funny Mothers, In Bellmore

Two Funny Mothers Loosen Up in Bellmore for Mother’s Day. Comedians Rob Bartlett and Tony Powell from Imus in the Morning are back at the Bellmore ShowPlace once more to explore the meaning of Mother’s Day, and you can be part