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Week in Review: Summer School and Cell Towers

Northport Patch's top stories for the week ending Feb. 24.

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Village Flubs on Cell Towers: Northport Village Attorney James Matthews is blaming the premature installation of two cell towers in the village on a miscommunication between himself and village staff.

Cut Traditional Summer School?: The Northport-East Northport Board of Education discussed cutting traditional summer school classes in exchange for a web based program.

Town Hopes LIPA Reforms Include Tax Stabilization: Huntington Supervisor Frank Petrone is hoping that Cuomo's plan to restructure LIPA may include dropping its tax grievances against municipalities.

E. Northport Driver Wins Daytona Race: It's not the Daytona 500, but East Northport native Steve Park did blaze his way to victory at Daytona International Speedway on Tuesday.

Rally to Challenge Cuomo on School Aid: Several school administrators and Long Island Republican Assembly members are planning a rally in Huntington Monday to urge changes in how school aid is distributed.

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