March 3 Public Hearing to Remain Open
A March 3 public hearing on proposed Local Law 2-2005 will remain open throughout the next several board meetings to ensure sufficient public input. The law seeks to make changes to the village's current codes with respect to certain accessory buildings or structures, driveway gateposts, piers or stanchions, retaining walls and amend a section regarding off-street parking in R-Districts. It is important to note that these changes effect the entire village.
Charles Wang Discusses Lighthouse Project
Charles Wang, co-owner of the New York Islanders, admits his Lighthouse project is not going to fix Long Island. He does, however, believe the ambitious plan will make Long Island a more attractive place to live, work, do business and raise a family. "We are hoping to give Long Island a swift kick in the butt as a catalyst to do something," Wang said.
Recreation Department News
Now that the weather is turning warmer, it is time to think about getting back into shape. The recreation department's aerobics classes are just the thing to get your heart pumping and your body moving. Pat Kennedy and Joy Cody, experienced instructors who try to tailor their programs to the ability level of the participants, teach the classes.
Garden City Senior Recreation News
The following workshops for senior residents will take place at the senior recreation center on Golf Club Lane:
From the Desk of Senator Kemp Hannon
From the Mayor's Office