Long Island is not only known for its cultural diversity, but its diversity of opinions. That fact is proven every week on Patch as we host community voices in our blog space. Here’s a look at some of the latest blogs posted on our sites across the region.
Legislator Rob Calarco posts this informative blog about the second meeting of the newly formed Miramar Beach Civic and Neighborhood Association, which was held at the St. Joseph the Worker Church recently. Leg. Calarco wrapped up the highlights of the meeting and provides information on the next scheduled meeting.
Blogger “Stephanie” posts this recent blog about the harrowing experience of a mother at Sachem whose son didn’t get off the bus at his proper stop and the mother had to drive around to look for him. Fortunately, the boy was released to friendly neighbors who looked after him until he was reunited with his mother. But what about the bus driver who dropped him off? Just what is the responsibility of a bus driver? This blog raises more questions than it answers, but it deserves a healthy discussion. Read on.
The Emma Clark News has joined Patch’s open blog: “Snapshots - Three Village” with this beautiful shot of the Emma Clark Library. “Snapshots” is open to anyone who wishes to share their photos of the Three Village community. We welcome the Emma Clark Library aboard as a contributor!
Mets blogger Rob DiMartino gives us a rundown of the 1982 New York Mets and what he considers their “Hall of Fame” graduating class. If you’re a Met fan or a fan of baseball history, read this blog and jump into the discussion.
Miller Place-Rocky Point
Blogger Ernestine Franco provides this thought-provoking blog post after attending a recent meeting of the Rocky Point Board of Education. At the meeting, the board reportedly introduced new rules governing how, what subject, and for how long the public may comment before the board. Franco takes issue with some of the rules and invites a great discussion on how the public should be able to interact with its elected board members.