Study Reveals Traffic Light Is Needed
In previous months I have, on behalf of my neighbors, made requests to the Nassau County Department of Public Works to work with the Village of Garden City to make necessary traffic improvements at the intersection of Franklin Avenue and Fourth Street. I would like to take this opportunity to provide the community with updated information regarding our joint efforts to have a traffic light installed at that location and improve pedestrian and vehicular safety and the peace of mind of all residents.
P-Zone Committee Retains Special Zoning Counsel, Planner
In mid-June of this year, Mayor Robert Lewis appointed village trustees Peter Bee, Gerard Lundquist and Peter Negri to the "P-zone Committee," charging them to study the possible re-zoning of the "Public Use Zone" located in Garden City's northeast area.
Local Sports News
Twelve minutes were set to the clock, the players took to the field and at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 21, the kickoff of the first football game of the season took place. From the start, Garden City (GC) showed its vivacity and determination. Only minutes after the kickoff, Dan Oppedisano had a 76-yard run to score the first touchdown of the season. The defense was able to hold off Mepham for the remainder of the quarter and the score remained 6-0.
Recreation Department News
The 2002-03 women's tennis league will start Thursday, Sept. 26 at the Garden City Community Park Tennis Facility and will run for 26 weeks. This is an intramural league which is open to any adult resident woman. There are still openings in the following singles and doubles schedule:
Excerpts From a Taipei Journal
From the Mayor's Office