Monthly Archives: July 2009

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Blood Drive - Monday, August 3Concert Under the Stars - Friday, August 7FP Fire Department Annual Picnic - Saturday, August 8 Monday,...

Obituary – Charles Lemiszki

Charles Lemiszki, of Teaneck, NJ, formerly of Floral Park, died on July 20, 2009. Life partner of Roy Kean. Beloved son of Peter and...

From the Desk of Senator Craig Johnson – July 31, 2009

State Senate Extends COBRA Healthcare BenefitsThe New York State Senate recently passed legislation (S.5471) that will protect unemployed workers by extending their health insurance...

Letter: Thank You for Making Basketball Tournament A Success

I wanted to take this opportunity to thank all the volunteers who generously gave up their day to make my annual 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament...

County Executive Tom Suozzi: Clear Heroin Problem Exists

Addictive Drug Gaining Popularity in NassauThere aren’t many things that have gone down in price over the last few years. Unfortunately, one of them...

A Community Remembers the Hance Girls

Floral Park Sisters Die In Fatal Car CrashA family’s drive home from an upstate camping trip turned tragic July 26 when a minivan traveling...

From the Desk of Assemblyman Thomas Alfano – July 24, 2009

Assembly Passes Package To Protect Consumers From Abusive Debt Collection PracticesAssemblyman Tom Alfano announced the passage of a package of bills to protect consumers...

Village Board Notes – July 24, 2009

The following are trustee reports from the July 14 Floral Park Board of Trustees meeting. Department of Public Works News Trustee Tom Tweedy asked residents and...

Unlicensed Contractors Nabbed in Countywide Enforcement Sweep

Investigation Discovers Theft,  Shoddy CraftsmanshipForty-two people have been charged s the result of a five-week investigation into unlicensed contractors in Nassau County conducted by...

Floral Park Can Breathe Sigh of Relief

FAA Airspace Redesign Won’t Affect VillageA federal appeals court ruled last month that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) can continue moving ahead with its...