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September 18, 1998

  • NEWS: Mayor Requests Development of Agenda for Consideration of BID

    The Garden City Business Planning Coalition submitted a report in January of 1997 entitled, Respect the Tradition, Manage the Change: A Strategy to Revitalize Garden City's Business Districts, otherwise known as The Majority Report. The report listed the development of a Business Improvement District (BID) in their recommendations to the Village and stated that, "This is the fourth of five key [the others include such tips as a streetscape program, which has been adopted and will begin shortly, traffic management, and parking field improvements] recommendations that the Village must undertake in order to have a successful revitalization program." FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Picnic in the Park Revives and Creates Tradition

    Traditionally, the Western Property Owners' Association (WPOA) annually held a barbecue/picnic to celebrate the close of summer and the beginning of the busy fall schedule. This tradition of neighbors and friends in the western section of the Village coming together to share games, food, and entertainment out in the sunshine had become just a memory until this summer, when WPOA President Gerard Lundquist and the members of the WPOA decided to revive this event. Garden City Bird Sanctuary Director Rob Alvey was also considering coordinating an event to promote the Bird Sanctuary, providing tours and information about the Sanctuary. When the WPOA and the Bird Sanctuary got together and discussed their similar plans, they decided to combine their efforts to create the first ever WPOA/Bird Sanctuary co-sponsored Picnic in the Park held at Nassau Haven Park.


  • SPORTS: Setting Goals and Learning Responsibility

    Thirteen students attending the young children's program at Charles Water's Hwang Karate Studio, located in Williston Park, received promotions this week. Charles Water's program instills the values that we all want for our children. These students have shown their respect by listening, have increased their physical coordination and have built upon their strengths by developing self-esteem and confidence. These children are the leaders of tomorrow. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Seeking Emergency Procedure Information
  • OPINION: From the Desk of the Mayor

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