A Challenge in the Estates
The Nominating Committee of the Garden City Estates Property Owners Association officially announced that they had selected James Costello as their candidate for the position of village trustee. That seat is currently occupied by John Mauk, who was appointed by Mayor Harold Hecken last May, after his name had been submitted via petition. Now, months later, a petition has been submitted in order for John Mauk to challenge Costello for the trustee seat. A runoff election between the two candidates will be held between the hours of 4-9:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 30 at the high school foyer to determine whose name will be on the ballot for the March election.
Tennis Bubble Damage 'Worse Than Feared'
The damage to the tennis bubble at Community Park was a topic of discussion at various village meetings this past week. As word came in that the damage to the structure was more extensive than the recreation department had thought, the recreation commission's tennis subcommittee sped up their process of making recommendations with regard to a replacement for the bubble.
Recreation Department News
Welcome to the forgotten world of the weekend matinee. The recreation department has scheduled some of the best in family-oriented films for you and your family to enjoy. These movies are shown at the Cultural and Performing Arts Center at Cluett Hall on Sunday afternoons beginning at 2 p.m.
Dance Conservatory Registration
The Garden City Dance Conservatory is pleased to announce registration for the Spring 2001 season. This program is open only to residents of the Inc. Village of Garden City and classes will begin on Feb. 3.
From the Mayor's Office
To Residents of the Estates