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March 26, 1999

  • NEWS: Board of Education Budget Work Sessions Begin

    Dr. Wilson introduced the draft of the proposed budget for 1999-2000 at the March 17 Board of Education Work Session held in the high school cafeteria to the School Board members and only 12 residents, who were willing to skip St. Patrick's Day festivities to hear about the non-instructional components of the budget. The total proposed amount of the budget is $49,968,693, which is up $1,588,766 or 3.28 percent from the current budget in operation now. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Residents Crowd Into Village Hall to Air Fears About Freight

    There wasn't a seat left in the house and a crowd of residents were left listening to the discussion inside the Board Room in Village Hall out in the hallway on March 18. Residents turned out en masse to hear a presentation by the Environmental Advisory Board's subcommittee S.A.F.E., which was given by Mike Merrick and to air their own fears about the possibility of freight trains running through the Village after the moratorium between the Village and NYAR (New York and Atlantic Railway), the private freight company leasing the rails from the LIRR, elapses at the end of this year on Dec. 31. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Trojans Win, Advance to State Final Four

    On Saturday, March 13, the Garden City girls basketball team defeated Southampton at Hofstra University attaining its second consecutive Long Island Championship. With a final score of 64 to 36, Garden City dashed Southampton's hopes of a trip upstate. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: GCHS to Play Chaminade to Benefit Ronald McDonald House

    When Life Director of the Men's Association of the Garden City High School Ed Maher and Garden City Boys Varsity Lacrosse Coach Doc Dougherty started discussing the idea of an alumni lacrosse game back in 1991, little did they know that it would blossom into an annual event that would benefit dozens of seriously ill children and their families, but that's exactly what has happened. Ronald McDonald House has been the beneficiary. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Proposing 1999 Budgets
  • OPINION: Take Advantage of Seedling Program

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