Plainview's Water is Finalist For Nassau's Best

Today: 5: Water Commission goes up against two others on Thursday; winner faces Suffolk.

Theis a finalist for Nassau County's "best tasting water," as it celebrates National Drinking-Water Week.

The final round of the Nassau competition is Thursday at the Franklin Square Senior Center where Plainview's Board of Commissioners Andrew Bader, Joel Kessler and Edward Shulroff will put their district's water up against two other competitors.

The winner goes on to face the Suffolk County winner for the title of Long Island's Best Tasting Water.

Today's Top 5:

1. This year marks the Long Island Water Conference’s 27th-annual "Best Tasting Water Competition." Said Chairmain Andy Bader: “Our goal is to ensure the Plainview-Old Bethpage community that they will continue to enjoy the cleanest and best-tasting water possible.” We'll keep Patch readers posted. 

2. The held a public hearing Monday night on its proposed budget for 2012-13. See our report.

3. It's important to note: Today, Tuesday, is the last day you can register to vote in Plainview's budget vote.

4. at JFK today at 4:30; Meanwhile, it's Port Washington at Plainview, also at 4:30 p.m., in girls softball at JFK.

5: You might have noticed we've tweeked the "Today's 5" column. The idea is to reflect more current news and days events at top. Tell us what you think about the new format in the comments. As always, you can list your events, send us a news tip or post your own announcements. It's free and available at the click of a button under "Contribute" at the bottom of our home page.


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