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Vol. 6 No. 50 Second Class Postage has been paid at Farmingdale, N. Y. 117JS Thursday, August 7, 1969 •
SHIFT SITE OF BUS
The Public Service Commission announced this week that it has
shifted the site of the public hearing in its investigation into the
operations of County School Service, Inc., to the Hauppauge High
School. PSC Examiner Mannie Lieberman will preside there starting
at 10- a. m. on Thursday, August 14. The Company has the School
District bus transportation contract.
The PSC inquiry will embrace the regulations, practices,
equipment and appliances of County School Service to determine
whether these factors are " unsafe or improper." The PSC hearing
was scheduled earlier for its New York City office.
The hearing and investigation, which was announced on July 2, was
initiated by the Commission because of its inability to obtain full
cooperation from the company, whose headquarters are in
Hauppauge. The company's fleet includes some 301 buses and 10
station wagons used to transport school children under contracts with
three Boards of Education in the area. Of these, some 128 are
stationed at Commack, 72 at East Farmingdale and 101 at
A District 22 School Board spokesman said that accidents on school
buses was one of the lowest ever in the district.
Youngsters Get First Look At Suburban Life In Farmingdale
[ program found backyard swimming pools a wonderful novelty Her
lie is ai the pool oj Patty Franghcadi ol 40 Jerome Drive, 1
[ Farmingdale For more oi his adventures seepage 7.
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