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November 26, 1999

  • NEWS: Village's Downtown Celebrates Several Grand Openings

    Within the last few years Garden City's fears about vacancies along its main thoroughfares have been turned around as new businesses open and bring success to the Village's downtown. Grand openings are becoming more and more frequent events, and now grand reopenings are becoming popular as pre-existing establishments enhance their businesses and commemorate their progress. The Village itself recently enjoyed a grand reopening of a sort with the ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Village Pavilion, where the Streetscape Beautification Project was officially recognized. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: District Offers Update on Lead in Schools Story

    On page one of last week's issue of Garden City Life the news about lead in the middle and high schools was presented and a statement from Dr. Leitman about the cleanup was printed. At last week's school board meeting more information was presented by John Nolan of Roy F. Weston Company, an environmental consulting firm working with the district on the bond issue and Superintendent Leitman. Nolan went into detail explaining the process of the lead removal at the high school. It should be noted that Leitman stated to this paper for last week's issue that the middle school is not scheduled for cleanup, but has been completely sealed and is inaccessible to students. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Recreation Department News

    The Garden City Athletic Association's Youth Basketball Program tipped off on Nov. 20 and will also tip off on Dec. 4 with clinics for youngsters in grades 3 through 6. The schedule for these days is as follows: FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Community Park Tennis Courts to Close

    The Recreation Department has announced that the indoor tennis courts at Community Park will be closing for a period of one week, beginning on Monday, Nov. 29. The courts are being closed to allow our contractor to do a re-grading of the playing surfaces, so as to provide better playing conditions for our patrons for the remainder of the season. The courts are expected to reopen on Monday, Dec. 6. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Committee Speaks Out Against St. Paul's Plans
  • OPINION: Protect GCMS Students

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