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Skateboarding in the Village of Hilton keeps the people of the community active. It is a great way for people to get outdoors and exercise.
People who use skateboarding as a hobby or a sport do not intend to cause problems in the village, but to be outside and do something they enjoy.
Skateboarding, like other sports, has sponsors and professionals. Like other sports with sponsors and professionals, it should not be outlawed in the Village of Hilton. Skateboarding is a common interest throughout the community.
A law like this punishes all skateboarders, not just the ones who are causing problems in the community.
The Hilton Hockey Varsity Ice Hockey program is in danger of being CUT for budget reasons. PLEASE lend your support.
This petition has been set up to present it to the Hilton Board of Education to demonstrate the strength of local support for the Hilton Varsity Hockey Program.
We will also be making a paper version of the petition available for people to sign who do not have access to the internet.
Please sign this petition if you are a local person i.e. Any and all former players, graduates, fans, parents of Hilton or anywhere else.
In December 2008, WNBC Reporter / Producer Carolyn Gusoff was let go from her position due to budget cuts. For the millions of New Yorkers who grew up watching her and loved having her in their living rooms, it was a devastating reality to accept.
Those millions of New Yorkers owe Carolyn a debt of gratitude and they want to see her back on the air again.
Carolyn has received numerous honors for her work including a 2004 New York Emmy Award for On-Camera Performance/General Assignment Reporting.
She has also garnered eight New York Emmy nominations for coverage including her reporting of the American Airlines Flight 587 crash and The Belmont Stakes. Carolyn has earned dozens of Long Island Fair Media Council FOLIO awards for a wide range of topics including racial issues, science, health, environmental, political and feature reporting.
In 2008, she received FOLIO awards in the categories of “Enterprise Reporting” and “Investigative Journalism in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast”.
She also won a total of seven first-place Society of Professional Journalists/Press Club of Long Island awards for deadline and feature reporting; a national commendation award from The American Women in Radio and Television; a local Emmy award for outstanding coverage of a breaking story; an Associated Press/New York Spot News Award for “Avianca Crash”; and a United Press International/New York Broadcast Award for outstanding achievement, investigative documentary, "No Quick Fix."
Like Paris Hilton usually buys herself out of jail and doesn't learn her lesson and does the same thing over again.
Paris Hilton, after only serving three full days in jail, has been released and confined to her home for 40 days due to 'medical reasons'.
The precedent set by this decision is awful, and an authoritative decision to send her back to jail should take effect immediately.
How many other poor innocent drunks, from a poorer background, have not been released on medical grounds.
Paris Hilton has been released from an LA jail and "grounded"... In her multi-million dollar mansion.
May 03, 2006
In case you havent noticed animals walk, live and breath. And we use them for fashion.
Wild cats are killed and pealed from there skin and then worn to fancy parties. Now tell me if this dos not sound wrong but Paris Hilton now holds in her closet wild cat fur that she had sown into a purse. She claims "I needed a cute purse to keep all my stuff in when i go to the mall, whats the big deal?" This is a straight quote from Paris Hilton.
Whats the big deal? Well good luck telling your grandchildren there once was a colorful spotted cat that raomed the earth but because you had a purse made of one, theres no more.