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Tuesday, July 28, 2015
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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
An explanation from St. Mark’s To the Editor: Please allow me the opportunity to attempt to give some perspective to an issue that has garnered much attention in our community. Recently, … more
We’re already dysfunctional To the Editor: I could not agree more with your editorial “A sad state of affairs” (Jan. 14-20) concerning the unwillingness or inability of the school … more
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