New Rochelle's citizens and parents, join me and learn about Fracking and its incredibly detrimental effects on our environment, our water and our health!
If your health and your children's health is worth more to you then the profits of a few handful of executives in the gas industry, please take a moment and click on this link to watch the trailer of the movie.
'Dear Governor Cuomo"
James “Jim” Maisano, a resident of New Rochelle for over 40 years, died on September 4, 2013 in Danbury, CT. He was born on December 20, 1930 in Brooklyn, NY to Nunzio and Mildred Maisano. Jim was married to his loving wife Loretta Maisano on May 28, 1961, who predeceased him in 2008. He is survived by his daughter, Carol Ryan of Fairfield, CT, and sons, Keith Maisano of Boca Raton, FL, James Maisano, Jr.
These are my remarks at last nights BOE meeting. I want to thank President Lacher for welcoming me so warmly to the microphone.
My name is Anna Giordano. I want to start out by congratulating you to the appointment of John Barnes and Melissa Passarelli as principals. Those are great people and I am sure ALMS and Webster are thriving with them.
Below is a copy of the speech I prepared for the school board meeting last night. This is as written not exactly as delivered but pretty close. I will post the video when it becomes available.
Mr. Lacher, earlier today you told an assembly of administrators, teachers and staff that you were determined to make being on the board fun again.
So what does that mean?
At the Superintendent's Day Conference held annually at New Rochelle High School to kick-off the school year there were a few odd digressions from the speakers.
Schools Superintendent Richard Organisciak noted the descent into what he termed "potty humor" before he began his own remarks.