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August 20, 1999

  • NEWS: Waste Site in Village to Be Investigated by KeySpan Energy

    Deputy Mayor Robert Lewis announced at the Aug. 12 meeting of the Village Board, in his capacity as the liaison from the Board of Trustees to the Environmental Advisory Board, that KeySpan Energy plans to enter into a remediation process at the site of a former manufactured gas plant (MPG). The site is located between Intersection Street and Second Avenue within the villages of Garden City and Hempstead. KeySpan Energy has announced through information provided by their media representatives that they are currently negotiating a voluntary agreement with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) to enter into an Order of Consent to conduct the investigation and remediation of the site. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Kings Super Markets Negotiating Lease for 888 Franklin Ave.

    If not for the power of the grapevine, the subject of a possible lease for the long vacant 888 Franklin Avenue would not have been brought up during the public comments of the Aug. 12 Village Board meeting, leaving most residents in the dark. One resident heard that there had been discussions about the proposed new tenancy of a Kings Super Market at the Planning Commission held the night before and spread the word to POA leaders and residents in attendance at the trustees' meeting. Garden City Life worked all weekend to track down whatever information was available about the lease and the potential tenant. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Fleisher Almost Bungles Victory

    As one of the top money earners on the 1999 Senior PGA Tour, 50-year-old rookie Bruce Fleisher was certainly considered a contender to win the three-day Lightpath Long Island Classic, held August 6-8 at the par-72 Meadow Brook Club in Jericho. But in a solid field that was expected to provide some strong competition, none of the 77 other golfers turned out to a be more dangerous adversary to Fleisher than Fleisher himself. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Urbanizing Nassau County
  • OPINION: From the Desk of the Mayor

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