November 22, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

Babylon Library officials look to public for input on expansion plan

As Babylon Library officials discuss the possibility of expanding the library building on South Carll Avenue, they are reaching out to the public for ideas and input. More...

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When Deer Park School District More...

North Babylon students selected for NYSSMA

Amanda Feliney and Catherine Kennely, two students at North Babylon High School, have been selected to participate in this year More...

Babylon musicians selected for All-State Conference

Babylon High School students Sarah Cotter and Heather Stein have been chosen by the New York State Music Association (NYSMA) to participate in the 2001 All-State Conference later this year. More...

Obituaries

Caroline Canerossi, resident of West Babylon

Caroline L. Canerossi, a resident of West Babylon for the past 19 years, died November 4, 2001 at Consolation Residence in West Islip. She was 81. She had previously been a resident of Amityville for 18 years. More...

George R. LeSauvage Jr., 1935 BHS graduate

George Ross LeSauvage Jr., who grew up in Babylon and lived in Port Washington, died November 5, 2001. He was 84 years old. More...

Attention family members and funeral directors:

Obituary notices are printed without charge, as space permits. More...

Democrats criticized for post-election increases

Babylon Town residents living in a home assessed at $3,500 will be paying $22.75 more a year in general Town taxes as a result of a $39.7 million budget the Town Board approved last week. More...

People In The News

The Eighteenth Annual Ladies Golf Tournament, hosted by the Guilds of Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center, was held at Southward Ho County club in Bay Shore on September 17. More...

Local woman named to Breast Cancer Program board

Hillary Rutter, the director of the Adelphi New York Statewide Breast Cancer Hotline and Support Program, announced the appointment of three new board members including Debbie Van Bour-gondien of Babylon, shown at left. More...

 

People/Social

Babylon Travelers Club

The third meeting of The Babylon Travelers Club was held in the Babylon Library on October 30. The first paper of the evening was presented by Mrs. Margaret Daniel. More...

Benefit for local WTC victim Richard Muldowney

A benefit fundraiser for the family of Richard Muldowney, Jr. a New York City Firefighter of Ladder #7, who was killed at the World Trade Center will be held at the Hibernian Hall, 27 Locust Ave., Babylon, November 29, 7 to 11 p.m. More...

Engagement announcement

Susan and Carl Harris, of Babylon, announce the engagement of their daughter, Amy, to Michael Schnitzer. Michael is the son of Gerry and Gladys Schnitzer of Forest Hills. More...

Events & Bulletin

• The Beacon BULLETIN BOARD • The following are a list of public meetings and special events for the coming week: FRIDAY, November 23

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Disaster Assistance

The Federal Emergency management Agency (FEMA) and New York State officials want to remind residents and businesses affected by the World Trade Center attack that the fastest, most efficient way for them to register for federal or state disaster ass More...

Town of Islip adopts 2002 budget

Islip Town Supervisor Pete McGowan and Town Board members unanimously adopted the 2002 budget, continuing a policy of tax relief, stabilization and spending cuts for the eighth consecutive year, as well as lowering the debt service for the third yea More...

Opinion

Schaffer played political games with his final budget plan

We have said repeatedly in this space that small, stable tax increases to keep up with the pace of inflation and cost increases in all quarters is something that the public should expect. More...

It appears Babylon Village wants to limit all parking on streets throughout the entire town to a maximum 2 hours Dear Editor:

Aside from addressing parking at the railroad station, it would appear that Babylon Village wants to limit all parking on all streets throughout the entire village to a maximum of two hours, 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. More...

Let’s keep the current system of selecting LIRR Council members to provide best service to commuters Dear Editor:

Proposed Legislation, which will be introduced by Assembly member Steve Levy and co-sponsored by Assembly members Thomas DiNapoli and Robert Sweeney, would change the appointment of members to the Long Island Rail Road Commuters Council. More...













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