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June 25, 1999

  • NEWS: Trustee Torino to CPT at St. Paul's: Allegations Made About Taking Fields Are False

    Trustee Bruce Torino began his comments at the last Board of Trustees' meeting by holding up a green flier distributed by a group calling itself the Committee for the Public Trust at St. Paul's and saying, "There has been an allegation made that the change in the use of the main building would take away green space and a soccer field. This is false. ...There is not now nor has there ever been any plan to take fields." He added, referring to the rally held by the Committee at Soccerfest, "I resent putting babies in front of bulldozers to make a point and that's what I feel this is." He added to the amusement of the crowd gathered in the Board Room, "You've heard it from the horse's mouth. This [the green flier] is from the other end." FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Plannng Commission Given the Reins on Village Parking Study

    After an evening at the last Village Board meeting of speeches, imploring, and, as Estates POA President Bob Rothchild noted, "tennis match-esque" action with resolutions being drafted back and forth around the Board Room, a resolution written by Trustee Torino, ironically almost identical to the one proposed by Tornio which was defeated a month ago, was passed unanimously by the Board. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Track & Field Summer Series at Mitchel Park

    Long Island Track & Field will be hosting a series of Track & Field meets at Nassau County's Mitchel Park Athletic complex in Uniondale on seven Thursday evenings this summer: July 8, July 15, July 29, Aug. 5, Aug. 12 and Aug. 19. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: The Trouble With Traffic



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