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This Week Only: Double The Puzzles

VOL. 81, NO. 51


JULY 2 - 8, 2014

Congratulations MHS Class Of 2014



On a beautiful summer evening, the Manhasset High School Class of 2014 gathered in their graduation robes and hats for the 94th commencement program set on the stage of the Manhasset Secondary School. The assembled included graduates, students, proud parents, administration, faculty, the Board of Education, family and friends. The processional began with Trumpet Voluntary and Pomp and Circumstance played by the Wind Ensemble under the direction of Randy Knudsen. The 226 Manhasset High School graduates were excited for the future. Stephanie Ying in her valedictorian speech summed it up. “One of the greatest things that’s always stood out to me about this town and this school is its pride....due to the sheer love of a three-letter place called ‘set’.” Stephen Tranchina, class treasurer, presented the class gift to the school: a clock for the renovated auditorium in the style associated with the retro


Manhasset High School Class of 2014. See more photos on page 10 (Photos by Tab Hauser)

update and a donation to the Don Scott Memorial Garden. One by one the graduates accepted

their diplomas, beginning their paths to “a future full of promise” in the words of Priva Alagesan, salutatorian.

After the turning of the tassels, the event came to an end with the ceremonial toss of the mortar.

New Regulations For Park District Lots BY MANHASSET PARK DISTRICT MANHASSET@ANTONNEWS.COM The Manhasset Park District parking lots adjacent to the Long Island Railroad station will require a $5 daily fee for non-resident weekend parking effective Aug. 1. The fee is required only for vehicles without a resident

permit. Vehicles with the Manhasset Park District decal will continue to use these lots at no charge on the weekends. Manhasset residents eligible for a Manhasset Park District decal can purchase them at the MPD office at 62 Manhasset Avenue 6 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Weekend daily passes will be able to be purchased by

newly installed muni-meters located in Lot 1, (the lot immediately adjacent to the LIRR station). As of August 1, the Manhasset Park District will open a new merchant lot at 61 Locust Avenue, providing 15 additional parking spaces for Manhasset merchants and their employees. Also ass of Aug. 1 strict enforcement

of Manhasset Park District metered parking on the Locust Street lots will begin. Any vehicles remaining in a metered lot for more than three-hours will receive a $70 fine. Simply moving a vehicle to another space in the lot does not circumvent the three hour maximum limit and the vehicle will receive a ticket.

SPECIAL SECTION INSIDE: Salute to Veterans Looking to Buy or Sell? Looking for a New Career? CALL FOR YOUR CONFIDENTIAL APPOINTMENT.

LAFFEY FINE HOMES 116 Plandome Road • Manhasset, NY 11030 • Office: (516) 627-4343 • If your home is currently listed with another broker, this is not meant as a solicitation of that listing. All figures approximate. All information furnished regarding property for sale, rental or financing is from sources deemed reliable. No representation is made as to the accuracy thereof and it is submitted subject to errors, omissions, change of price, rental, commission or other conditions, prior sale, lease or financing or withdrawal without notice.


Helen Baroumis

Branch Manager Associate Broker, GRI, CBR Laffey Fine Homes and Estates Office: 516-627-4343 Cell: 516-398-2282

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