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Friday, March 27, 2015

Letter to the Editor
Sanitation district steps up

To the Editor:

On behalf of the officers and Board of Directors of the Mill Brook Civic Association, I want to commend Sanitary District No. 1 and its leaders, Irv Kaminitsky and George Pappas, on a job well done after Sandy.

Their trucks, even from Hewlett and Woodmere, were in our community constantly after the storm to pick up the flood-damaged belongings of our homeowners and even the regular garbage.

It is times like this when the entire Sanitary District No. 1 workers go above and beyond the call of duty. I do appreciate all the phone calls from them after the storm, to make sure we knew they would be there. We still have many streets with special pickups, and I know they will be back until it is all gone.

Once again, I thank them for a job well done.

Marc J. Tenzer
President
Mill Brook Civic Association

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fprocacci

Everyone, please write Town of Hempstead Supervisor Kate Murray at katemurray@tohmail.org and ask her to donate 75% of the General Services Postage budget (of $2.4 million dollars) to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy, or JUST FORWARD THIS message to katemurray@tohmail.org.

Kate Murray currently sends out about 25 mailings per year. See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nzq67LIQ3dw for more information about Kate's mailings.

Ask her to give up some of her mailings to help the residents of the Town of Hempstead that were devastated by Hurricane Sandy.

Instead of cutting down trees to make paper for mailings, the Town of Hempstead should use that wood to make houses for the people that lost theirs. Please forward this message to everyone you know.

Thanks,

Felix Procacci

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