Bruce Bent Meets Anton Editors
The Republican and Conservative Party candidate for Nassau County Executive, Bruce Bent, met with Anton Newspapers editors on Friday, June 8, to discuss his vision for the county and his understanding of the job. "The first issue is fiscal responsibility," he said. "We can't do anything about (fill in the blanks) until we get our house in order. And it's not astrophysics. It will take common sense and political will."
Both Sides Speak out at Condemnation Hearing
Those for and against the condemnation of the 100 easterly feet of 114 6th Street, a portion of the Gardner property, which the village would use to convert to parking and a 50 ft. buffer strip, spoke out at a public hearing held last Thursday, with several opponents of the plan calling for the board of trustees to put the matter up as a referendum to be voted on by the residents.
Long Island's Top Lacrosse Athletes Create Miracle on Father's Day
Lacrosse fans are invited to attend the 6th Annual Father's Day Lacrosse Tournament at Saint Paul's Athletic Field in Garden City on Sunday, June 17 at 11 a.m. The tournament is held in memory of Jay Gallagher, a Garden City High School graduate and college lacrosse player who became a victim of cancer at an early age. Team participation is by invitation. Spectators are encouraged to come and see the finest Long Island lacrosse teams battle it our on the field. All proceeds from the tournament will go to The MIRACLE (Making In Roads Against Cancers Lasting Effects) Foundation.
Recreation Department News
The recreation department began accepting roster packages for the upcoming Women's Softball League on Tuesday, June 12. Rosters will be accepted from teams meeting the following eligibility requirements:
Magnificent Floral Display