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April 9, 1999

  • NEWS: SAFE Asks Petitioners and Letter Writers to Hold Off Temporarily

    At the March 31 meeting of the Subcommittee Against Freight Expansion, a subcommittee of the Village Environmental Advisory Board, residents who had been going door to door and getting signatures for petitions and sending letters to public officials, were thanked for their efforts, but asked to hold off on any further action until the Village receives paperwork from the Long Island Rail Road. All of the petitions were collected and SAFE leaders Mike Merrick and Sue Davis said that they would hold them until they could determine the best response to the documents the LIRR has yet to send. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Harold P. Hecken, Jr. Becomes Garden City's New Mayor

    At press time the 1999 Annual Organization had not yet taken place, (the meeting having been scheduled for April 5 at 8 p.m., the evening of Garden City Life's production day), but scheduled for the agenda of the meeting was the swearing-in of Harold P. Hecken, Jr., the trustee from the Eastern Section as mayor of Garden City, as well as the swearing-in of Gerard Lundquist, who had served as the president of the WPOA, as a new trustee. Also listed on the agenda was the hearing for the 1999-2000 Tentative Budget. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Garden City Athletes Invited to the 22nd Annual Run for ASPIRE

    Garden City runners, walkers and wheelchair athletes of all ages and levels of ability are cordially invited to enter the 22nd annual Nationwide Insurance 10 Kilometer Run for ASPIRE, to be held on the roads of Plainview-Old Bethpage on Saturday morning, April 10. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Battle of the Sound Enters Its 3rd Year

    The known "hotbeds" of Boys High School Lacrosse are Long Island, Baltimore, and Upstate NY. Following last year's Battle of the Sound series, Fairfield County, Connecticut proved that their high schools belong in this elite group. Connecticut won last year's series 4-3 with exciting wins by Wilton, Darien and Brunswick. This win has only fueled the drive by Long Island high school lacrosse players to defeat Connecticut this year and has escalated the intensity of the rivalry between teams on each side of the Long Island Sound. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Participate in the WPOA
  • OPINION: Finding New Contracts Troubling



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