Letter: Buhmann Agrees With Caro on School District’s Busing Issue

Bravo to Tom Caro for speaking on behalf of many, many taxpayers of this district. If the board of education and administration were as...

Letter: Caro Discusses Busing Issue at Levittown Schools

As for the issue of increased distances for children before they are eligible for bus transportation a few of things come to mind: ...

From the Desk of Legislator Dave Mejias: July 10, 2009

NOAA Advises: When Thunder Roars, Go Indoors!Two weeks ago marked the first official week of the summer. It also marked the beginning of Lightning...

Letter: Yatauro Calls for Leadership in State Senate

(This letter is dated June 27.)Unemployment is still rising. Businesses continue to fail. Municipal governments require assistance to avoid further slashing of vital social...

Letter: Hunt Responds to Levittown School Audit Article

I find it hard to accept Dr. Sirois’ statement that the $15.9 million overfunding of an employee account “had no adverse effect on the...

Letter: Kelty Upset With Hannon’s Handling of ITHS Lead Issue

(Editor’s Note: This letter was originally sent to Senator Kemp Hannon and is being printed here at the author’s request.)With all due respect to...

Letter: Father Upset With Driver Who Caused Daughter’s Accident

My oldest daughter was driving southbound on Hicksville Road on Saturday, June 19 and was waiting to make a left turn onto Jean Avenue,...

Letter: LI Will Benefit From Change in Senate

The good news is that Long Island Republicans are coming back into control of the Senate and will have the ability to stop bad...

Letter: McDonough Addresses Government Consolidation Bill

Earlier this week, I voted against A.8501, the New N.Y. Government Reorganization and Citizen Empowerment Act. This bill, which was introduced less than two...

Letter: Manton Discusses Private Schools Versus Public Schools

“If people didn’t have to pay taxes to maintain public schools,” I recently advanced to a friend, in one of those mental exercises I’m...