The price of oil has dropped. Yipee! Consumers are happy, with more money in their pockets to consume. Billionaires in Congress and others on Capitol Hill are happier as they rake in the loot. They loosen laws allowing more funding in elections, so they can control their outcomes. [Read more…]
It is easy to celebrate the many talents and accomplishments of our friends here in Manhasset. But it is in one’s darkest hour, when the kindness and support of friends, teachers and neighbors demonstrates the strength and beauty of this community. [Read more…]
The metrics for ridership on the PW line exceeds those of all the lines on LI. The capacity, the monthly riders, weekend ridership and satisfaction are all high but not so high to justify any rate increase of any size. The only worthwhile reason to raise fares would be to install WiFi on all the trains or reduce or eliminate operational costs. [Read more…]
Growing helicopter noise over residential areas of Nassau: Frequent low-altitude overflights by private choppers over residential areas of Nassau county are damaging the quality of life. [Read more…]
Thank you to all of you who participated in the Manhasset Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Poster Contest. This year was a huge success with over 110 entries from all the schools. Each poster showed the effort and enthusiasm the kids have for our town and its traditions. [Read more…]
With sincere gratitude P.A.S.S. (Parents Aligned to Support our Schools) thanks and congratulates all 2,333 voters who voted on the Capital Projects bond. Passing this bond with a 61.47% majority is a clear mandate from the community that responsibly investing in education and in the future of our fine schools matters. It matters to your property value and it matters to the quality of education. Most importantly our willingness to invest in our schools and support our schools defines who we are as a community. [Read more…]
It is an unfair advantage toward a yes vote to hold the teacher conference day and the vote at the same time. There is such a thing as ‘home court advantage’ and this is a naked grab of such. Parents are not going to the school, see the facility and their kids teachers and then vote NO! [Read more…]
The Manhasset Board of Education Thanks the Community for Its Support
December 3, 2014 was a very special day for the Manhasset school community. The District received overwhelming support (a supermajority of nearly 61.5% yes votes) for the capital projects bond proposition. 2,333 community members exercised their right to vote – a terrific turnout.
This bond is an essential component of the District’s on-going commitment to long-term facilities planning. Your vote plays an important part in maintaining a solid foundation of educational excellence for students now and into the future. We thank you for your continuing support.
The Board of Education,
Regina Rule, President
Carlo Prinzo, Vice President
Ann Marie Curd Fruhauf
We fully support Jay Hernandez for Manhasset Park Commissioner!
We all know that parking in Manhasset is a valuable commodity with so many Suburbans and too few parking spaces. We need to make the most of the parking real estate that is available to Manhasset residents as commuters, shoppers, and merchants. Jay is a hardworking, forward thinking individual who will do his best to develop real solutions to our parking conundrum. In our conversations with Jay we have learned that he has already laid out plans that will maximize the current space allocated to commuters, make retail parking more efficient, and continue to work with the Town of North Hempstead to the benefit of all Manhasset residents.
We have known Jay for over 20 years and are proud to call him a friend. Helen and I both grew up in Manhasset and value all that Manhasset embodies past, present, and future. We can say with confidence that Jay Hernandez also shares these same values. Jay is an honest individual who will serve Manhasset well when elected Park Commissioner.
Helen & Michael Reddington