Thirst For The Title As Seniors Select Winner In “Fountain Of Youth” Taste Test
Municipalities compete for title of Long Island’s 2012 Best Tasting Water
May 15, 2012
Assemblyman Ed Ra joins officials from Hempstead and Garden City and local seniors to select the top water in Nassau County. Pictured left to right, Town of Hempstead Receiver of Taxes Don Clavin, Supervisor of the Garden City Park Water Department Michael L. Levy, Commissioner of the Franklin Square Water Department Sal Intagliata, Town of Hempstead Supervisor Kate Murray, Assemblyman Ed Ra, Superintendent of the Village of Garden City Water Department Francis Koch, and President of the Long Island Water Conference and Clerk for the Town of Hempstead Mark Bonilla.
Assemblyman Ed Ra (21st Assembly District) recently joined the Long Island Water Conference and elected officials from Hempstead and Garden City for the “Fountain of Youth” water tasting contest. During the contest, which was put on by the Long Island Water Conference and the Franklin Square Senior Center, local seniors judged water from four different water providers who vied for the title of Long Island’s 2012 Best Tasting Water. After all votes were compiled, Plainview Water District was chosen as the top water provider, while Franklin Square Water District finished a close second. “Today’s contest was a fun way to highlight the outstanding job by the men and women from the water districts across Nassau County,” said Ra. “I want to thank the seniors who were gracious enough to participate. I also would like to take a moment and congratulate the Plainview Water District on being named the ‘Fountain of Youth’ winner.”