Around the Town: March 19, 2010

Tax Payment Email Reminder ServiceFor the convenience of taxpayers, I am pleased to announce that Hempstead Town offers a tax payment email reminder service....

Letter: Part of Levittown’s History

When I was 9 or 10 years old, my family moved from Queens to Seaford, which is not far from where they were building...

Letter: It Is Time to Say No

In the March 5 issue of the Levittown Tribune the Levittown Property Owners Association’s meeting minutes contained a report that the Levittown School Board...

Letter: State Park Closings Are Unnecessary

It is troubling to imagine that Long Islanders could lose some of the most family-friendly park venues in this state and that a patriotic...

Letter: A Question for Bill Levitt

Well hello everybody. My name is Bill. I am the owner and the architect of LevitStyle. My company remodels the homes here in Levittown,...

Sacrificing Our Lands and Waters

The lands, waters, and wildlife of New York are vital to our state’s identity and strength. If enacted, Governor Paterson’s FY2010/11 Executive Budget proposal...

Letter: So Much History in Levittown

People came from miles around to collect violets in the meadows across the street from the farmhouse, especially after the Wantagh Parkway came by...

Letter: Republican Promises to Voters Were Broken

In the recent Nassau County elections the voters were given promises from the Republican candidates. The promises consisted of fiscal restraint, cutting wasteful spending,...

Letter: Community Rallied to Help Haiti Victims

On Feb. 6, 2010, my friends and I, Erin Vaughan Ware, put together a clothing drive to benefit the families who were affected by...

Letter: Looking for History in Levittown

I am an 11th-grade student at North Kingstown High in Rhode Island working on a National History Day Project. This year’s History Day theme...