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Saturday, April 18, 2015
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Refuse to Support the 'Status Cuomo'On February 16, 2012, Governor Cuomo boasted of his new teacher evaluation plan saying, "Today's agreement puts in place a groundbreaking new statewide teacher … more
To the Editor: On March 24, more than 300 people believed it important enough to take off from work and forgo personal and family obligations to go down to Hempstead Town Hall to let their representatives know their views on issues that impact their lives. Town Hall was filled to capacity. Yet two councilpersons, Anthony Santino and Erin King-Sweeney, who have salaries of $67,000 for their part-time jobs, which require them to appear two days per month at Town Hall, joined Supervisor Kate Murray and walked out of a crowded meeting so they could attend a photo op in Wantagh. more
Patriotic pride To the Editor: I had the pleasure of seeing the Broadway play “On the Town” at the Lyric Theatre recently. It was wonderful, based on the movie of the same name and set in … more
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Accident prevention not their goalTo the Editor: I read with interest last week’s letter to the editor regarding refunding school zone ticket fees (“County should refund ‘ill-gotten … more
County should refund ‘ill-gotten gains’To the Editor: The now-defunct school camera program was flawed from the beginning, right up until its dem-ise. One must assume that Nassau County, … more
Public education not a monopoly To the Editor: Previously calling our public schools “a monopoly” and one of the state’s “biggest failures,” Governor Cuomo delivered his State of the … more
A permanent keepsake I read Mary Malloy’s “Pretty in ink” column, in the Dec. 18-24, issue, with unbelievable excitement since I, a mother of two beautiful daughters and seven … more
Veterans to school officials: Stay away from our parade This letter was sent to the Lynbrook School District Board of Education and shared with the Herald. As the Lynbrook Memorial Day parade … more
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