Democrats Say Future Is Now
While the Nassau Republican Party was busy nominating Bruce Bent for county executive, the Nassau Democrats, at their convention held Thursday evening in Hempstead, were talking about the strides the party made over the last two years. Since the party already endorsed New York State Assemblyman Tom DiNapoli, although there will still be a party primary in September against Glen Cove Mayor Tom Suozzi, the Democrats concentrated on rallying support for their 19 legislative candidates as well as other county offices currently occupied by Republicans.
Republicans Bent on Winning
The question of who the Republican Party would run as their candidate for the position of Nassau County Executive has been one where the answer changed several times in the last few months, with the party leaders never officially announcing who the candidate would be until last Thursday night. The questions remained until the last minute, with one Republican announcing his candidacy, with apparent party backing, on Tuesday and it becoming clear by Thursday that it would be another, a businessman, not a politician, that the party would nominate at the annual convention.
Pool Applications Being Mailed
Membership Application packages for the 2001 Season of the Garden City Pool have been mailed to all residents of the Village.
Recreation Department News
The Recreation Department's Baseball Camp is still available for children who are 9 to 13 years old and residents of the Inc. Village of Garden City. The camp will run the weeks of July 16 to 19 and July 23 to 27 at Community Park. The program will stress individual skill development, and the importance of playing together as a team.
From the Mayor's Office