Amid concern over the din of helicopter and commercial aircraft noise in , met with local and state elected officials and Federal Aviation Administration representatives last week. The event aimed to enable officials to keep residents abreast of the situation and further the dialogue on the matter.
“The first step is to understand the issue so we are communicating with each other,” Kaiman said, in a statement. “People invest in a community and to have that world turned around seems unfair.”
In attendance were FAA officials including the district manager and the airspace re-design specialists. Also there were Rep. Gary Ackerman, Assemblywoman , and Nassau County Legislators Judi Bosworth and . In addition representatives from the offices of U.S. Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand were present as well as State Assemblyman Charles Levine, Nassau County Legislator Richard Nicolello, and North Hempstead Council members, , , and Angelo Ferrara.
The next informational session will be in early early summer, and than a public meeting after that.
Recycled Art Winners Tour Albany
Twenty student winners of the joined Kaiman, Councilwoman Viviana L. Russell and Councilman Tom Dwyer on Wednesday to Albany, where their work was on display at the Capital Building.
Students attended meetings on the environment and government to see the kind of work conducted in Albany.
Students met with , Assemblywoman Michelle Schimel, representatives from the Department of Environmental Conversation, Assemblymen Charles Lavine and Robert J. Castelli, as well as Assembly Historian Jack McEneny.
In an effort to promote healthly lifestyles for residents, the town is offering half-priced daily entry fees to North Hempstead Aquatic Activity Center (AAC) at during Presidents Day weekend, Feb. 18 - 20.
The features a figure-eight slide and three separate zones, an interactive area with six water features, a zone with six lanes for lap swimming and a zero-depth entry zone for wading. A pool lift is also available. The expanded exercise room has a wall of windows overlooking the pool, and new spin cycles
Discounted holiday rates: adults - $5.50, teen - $4, child - $3.50, senior - $3, disabled - $3, veteran - $3, nonresident guests - $7.
North Hempstead residents must bring identification, such as a driver’s license. Guests must be accompanied by a town resident.