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At a time when district administrators are striving to enhance school safety and increase the quality of programs — while holding the line on taxes — it is as important as ever to support school budgets. more
Though all four candidates bring their own excellent ideas to the Board of Education, Kristin Ochtera and Theresa Devlin are the right choices for the future of East Rockaway. more
Board of Education President William Belmont and Trustee Heather Hanson have diligently served the students of the Lynbrook School District and deserve to be re-elected to the board. more
Lynbrook and East Rockaway residents will go to the polls on Tuesday to vote on district budgets and Board of Education races, in which four candidates in each school district are vying for two seats. more
The Village of East Rockaway board of trustees adopted a $10.6 million 2019–20 budget with a $7.9 million tax levy on April 22. more
About 50 residents came to Village Hall on April 22 to learn more about the Greis Park Master Plan, a $60,000 project to revamp the facility. more
The East Rockaway Grist Mill Museum Committee and village officials have announced the details for the 50th annual Huckleberry Frolic. more
The Lynbrook village board of trustees unanimously voted on April 15 to adopt a $43.3 million budget for 2019-20. more
Village officials from Lynbrook and Rockville Centre have reached an agreement on a route for an upcoming $176 million Public Service Enterprise Group of Long Island project, which is to install a 7.3-mile, 138-kilovolt underground transmission line between Garden City and Lynbrook.  more
Visitors to any of the seven Lynbrook public schools will soon have to hand their drivers’ license or passport to the school’s security guard, who will keep it at the security desk while they are in the building, Director of Facilities James Saitta announced at the district’s Board of Education meeting on April 16. He said that the new policy would be implemented when security vestibules are installed at all of the schools, which should be completed by the time students return for the 2019-20 school year in September. more
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