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October 1, 2016
Politics
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Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto introduced a tentative 2017 budget at the Sept. 27 board meeting. Several cuts were presented, including a $7.5 million payroll reduction for all full-time … more
The Village of Bayville’s No Bridge Committee, a small group that includes Bayville Mayor Paul Rupp and Trustee Tim Charon, have crafted a letter that protests Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s consideration … more
County Legislator Judy Jacobs, who died on Sept. 14, never forgot why she wanted to continue to work so hard at 77. She was truly committed to the people she served, and really, people in general. … more
Three town workers approached Bill Fetzer on the same day to complain. They were concerned about the negotiations going on between their union representatives and the Town of Oyster Bay concerning … more
There is good news regarding the Bayville Bridge. It’s probably not the news many are hoping for, which would be a date for major bridge repair to begin, but it is still positive news. A new … more
Bayville Mayor Paul Rupp and trustees told the Aug. 22 village meeting attendees that the village is continuing its efforts with county legislators to ensure that work on the Bayville Bridge remains … more
The Nassau County Legislature, once divided in their approval to fund the third phase of road repair to West Shore Road, voted unanimously to approve state funds on Aug. 15. The Legislature’s … more
Christopher Pflaumer was returning from a late lunch in Connecticut with some friends when he realized that the Bayville Bridge was not operating. Again. In order for Pflaumer’s boat, which is 28 … more
The Nassau County Legislature approved a measure on Aug. 1 to waive all building fees for Superstorm Sandy victims. The fee-waiver period will be in effect until Dec. 31, 2017. “I am pleased to … more
Save Bayville Now Inc., created for those dissatisfied with decisions made by the village government, refer to themselves as a civic group. Their agenda is, however, targeted, at least for now, on … more
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