Mastic Beach, NY- State Senator Lee M. Zeldin (R, C, I- Shirley) will be announcing the Tri-Hamlet Renaissance Project, a combined effort of elected officials and community leaders to find solutions to the most pressing issues facing the Tri-Hamlet Community, this Sunday, April 29, 2012, at the William Floyd High School Library in Mastic Beach. There are countless treasures throughout the Tri-Hamlet area, but there are also many challenges. A result of numerous planning meetings and one public forum, the "Tri-Hamlet Renaissance Project" was created to help face these challenges and enhance the quality of life in the Tri-Hamlet Community for generations to come.
New York State Senator Lee M. Zeldin (R, C, I- Shirley) speaks on the Senate Floor in support of a Legislative Resolution honoring the 1st Annual "Tri-Hamlet Community Day", a free event in the Mastic, Mastic Beach, and Shirley area which highlighted some of the many historic and natural sites in these communities. The idea for the event was spawned from the Tri-Hamlet Renaissance Project, a collaborative effort of elected officials, community leaders, and Tri-Hamlet residents to revitalize their community.
In 2010, the State Education Department secured Race to the Top Funding from the U.S. Department of Education. In exchange for $700 Million in funding, the state education department made various commitments related to educational standards, testing, a teacher evaluation system, and data collection.