Ruth Jakab thanks the membership on its decision of the New Board.
*March Minutes were approved.
C.C.C. Delegates: Helen Odon Report:
People buy addresses to bring children to our
Library Director said that they are negotiating 4
acres to build a new library on the Alva T. Standforth property.
Traver Gordon, is a contractor that scams people.
Jamaica Square are fighting to get rid of the block
cements on Plainfield Ave.
Steve Gullo, also commented on the A.T.S.
Mrs. D. Doreson introduced to the membership as she swore in the
new board. She asked to wait for Dr. Palandra to be in attendance
before the ceremony could commence.
Negotiations with the library and the High School
attorneys are involved with the 4 acres in the front west corner of
the property. The auditorium section will also be included. The idea
is to create a state of the arts center for Elmont.
The rest of the property would be developed into
sport fields. Anyone in the communities of the Sewanhaka C.H.S.D. can
use the property with proper permits.
Ruth Jakab introduced Dr. Palandra.
The Superintendent of the Elmont Elementary Schools
introduced the new school budget and explained the process of how the
budget is prepared.
There are about 4,500 students in the district with
545 new students coming in and about 300 or so leaving.
38 new students require individual special
Dr. Palandra commented that no deliveries are
allowed without prior notification due to security reasons.
Candidates for the school board: Kennith Williams, Joy Madera,
Patrick Nicolossi and Sam Glaser introduced themselves.
May 15 will be an open meeting for all candidates.
Letter from the Town of Hempstead requesting traffic
control has been adopting in reference to the no truck signs.
On April 16, Ruth Jakab and Rosemary Haigh attended
the hearing of the "Antenna".
Town of Hempstead Board of Appeals are studying the
permit to Omnipoint.
Mushly-Nelson attorneys of Omnipoint wrote a letter
saying that the property has to be beautified within 3 months.
Elmont Fire Department will have its 75th Anniversary and will have
a parade on June 21 at 6 P.M. The Civic was invited to parade. Members
of the civic then supported to march.
Motion to change article IX of the civic by-laws.
The amendment was to change the dues of the civic from $5.00 to
$10.00. Motion was approved unanimously.
50/50" Wildred Claudi won $8.00, the Civic gain $9.00
Meeting was motioned to adjourned.