Blog Roundup: Miller Place BOE Update, IRS Tips & More

A look at the past week's blog highlights.

Our bloggers cover everything from politics to health and personal reflections. Do you want to become a Patch blogger? Click here to learn more. Read on for some highlights among recent blog posts:

April Is Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month

The Suffolk County SPCA reminds readers that, ""The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." 

IRS: Get Credit for Making Your Home Energy-Efficient

Dianne Besunder of the IRS details tax breaks you could be eligible for if you made your home or business more energy efficient last year.

Scott A Mandia provided a recent update from the latest Miller Place BOE meeting: "The Miller Place Board of Education (BOE) adopted a budget tonight that did not include Full Day Kindergarten (FDK) resulting in a budget that will be supported by a 3.94% tax increase. The tax cap levy is 4.28% under the no-FDK scenario so this budget comes in under the tax cap."

Spring is officially here, soon the pools and beaches will be open, kids will swimming in the pools. We will also be boating and fishing, vacationing on the lake, rafting, canoeing, kayaking, water skiing and jet skiing.

Are you prepared? Do you, your children,your family understand the risks associated with being in on, in or near the water? Do you know what safer behavior will help save a life?

Feeling like the Tinman from the Wizard of Dr. Oz?

Eric Robert Santiago of Innovative Nutrition discusses the benefits of baxyl.


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