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Weekly Recap: New Shared-Use Path, Homecoming, Stinkbugs

The top news from the local area this week.

It was a busy week in Wantagh-Seaford.

In case you missed some of the big stories on Wantagh-Seaford Patch, here's a look at the big stories we had this week.
  1. New Shared Use Path Construction Underway: Sen. Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr., R-Merrick, announced that the New York State Department of Transportation (DOT) has started construction on the new Ocean Parkway Coastal Greenway, a 3.6 mile shared-use path (SUP) between Jones Beach State Park and Tobay Beach.  
  2. Seaford High School Homecoming Details Announced: Come and show your support for the Seaford Vikings as they face off against North Shore at Seaford High School’s Homecoming Game on Oct. 19.
  3. Stinkbug Population May Be Ready to Explode: If you notice a foul smell in your house, then notice your dog looking a bit sheepish, don't blame the pet. Blame the stinkbugs making a seasonal comeback in New York and most other parts of the country.
  4. New Electronic Speed Signs Coming to Wantagh-Seaford Schools: Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray, Councilman Gary Hudes and Sen. Charles Fuschillo, R-Merrick, announced that funding has been secured to add seven new speed awareness signs at seven local schools, including three in Wantagh-Seaford.
  5. Seaford Resident Caught in Traffic, But Takes Homecoming King Crown: And the homecoming king for Plainedge High School is...Tommy Marigliano! The crowd went crazy celebrating the Seaford resident's accomplishment, but he was nowhere to be seen.

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