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July 24, 1998

  • NEWS: Garden City Country Club Saved By GCFD

    As Trustee Jenkins reported in his capacity as the liaison to the Garden City Fire Department at the last Board of Turstees meeting on July 16, the firefighters of the Garden City Fire Department spent the night on Monday, July 13 trying to save the Garden City Country Cub on Stewart Avenue from the ravages of a blazing fire. The roof of the buidling had to be removed, and the building suffered extensive water and smoke damage, particularly in the kitchen, but Trustee Jenkins commented that he believes the club will have the facility up and running in about 60 to 90 days. Two firefighters were injured, both suffering from smoke inhalation and one with a laceration on his face, but both are reportedly all right now. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Village Approves Layby Parking Plan

    Trustee Asselta's report at the July 16 Board of Trustees meeting was from the Franklin Avenue Beautification Subcommittee which was created by the Village Board to review the proposed beautification plans by Landscape Architect and Project Consultant William B. Kuhl. The subcommittee consisted of Village Administrator Robert Schoelle, Director of Public Works Robert Mangan, Assistant Superintendent of Public Works Ernest Stagg, Project Engineer Christopher Markin, and Trustee Judith A. Asselta. The recommendation from the subcommittee was to approve the inclusion of layby parking in the plan, a suggestion which was voted on by the Board and approved. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Recreation News

    The outstanding sounds of The Sound of Music Orchestra will be heard at the Twilight Romance Dance Night on Friday, July 24 at 7 p.m. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Village Youth Staying Fit and Having Fun

    Now that another school year has come to an end in Garden City, the Recreation Department has begun their summer programs to keep kids busy. One of these popular Village programs is the Youth Tennis Camp. This nine week program is held at Community Park in the pool area and runs for two sessions per day from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Interested residents can send their children for both sessions, and the kids will have one hour of pool time in between lessons. The Youth Tennis Program is designed for children ages 5 to 13. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Press Release Predicament



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