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August 13, 1999

  • NEWS: Roller Hockey Fans Rejoice as GCRD Completes Work on Rinks

    Throughout her tenure as a trustee of the Village Board of Garden City, Eileen Collins took the opportunity to voice her desire to see a Village roller hockey rink constructed beyond the two circles of asphalt located on the outskirts of Community Park. At one Village Board meeting she brought a hockey jersey, at another she, during her report, showed the trustees and residents a sports page featuring the U.S. Women's Hockey Team with their Olympic Gold Medal and again voiced her opinion that the Village should encourage the community's "future gold medal winners" by providing the desired roller hockey rinks. It was at the Feb. 19, 1998 meeting that EPOA President James Brady stated that the EPOA had officially voted to support the Village's possible expenditure of $70,000 for two new roller hockey rinks to be constructed at Community Park. Also, the WPOA had issued a statement of support for the rinks the week before in their newsletter. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: A Nip Here and a Tuck There Lift Hopes for Franklin Avenue

    William B. Kuhl, formerly of the Architectural Design Review Board, and presently the consultant who was hired last year by the Village of Garden City to design plans for the beautification of Franklin Avenue, spoke with Garden City Life last week to help update the residents on the status of the project. During presentations given last year Kuhl first introduced the ideas and concepts that helped him create the plans for the overall look of the streetscape. Now, faced with delays and the unexpected surprises that come with a project of this scale, Kuhl discusses where the Village is now and where it will be when all is done. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Recreation Department News

    Always a favorite with children and their families, the performers from The Theater Workshop of Lynbrook will present the enchanting tale Goldilocks and Her Friends on Monday, Aug. 9. This show will be held at Saint Paul's School, on the field adjacent to the Field House, and will begin at 7 p.m. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Peter Rodino and the Resignation of Richard Nixon
  • OPINION: From the Desk of the Mayor

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