Mixed Feelings on 550 Stewart Avenue Proposal
Garden City residents, particularly those living in the east, provided comments for the record either for or against a construction project proposed for 550 Stewart Avenue, commonly referred to as the old Newsday building. The property has been broken up into two parcels - Parcel A on the north side of Stewart Avenue and Parcel B, on the south side. The majority who spoke during the Oct. 6 public hearing welcomed a change in zoning from commercial (C3) to residential while others believed the property should remain commercial to eliminate an undue burden on the school district and the traffic condition in the area.
After Numerous Break-ins, Residents Urged to Be Cognizant
Garden City police report numerous break-ins in the village since Friday, Sept. 30. On that day, unknown person(s) entered a Roxbury Road residence sometime between 6:30-7:40 p.m. through a broken second story window. Homeowners came home to find ransacked rooms and jewelry missing.
Andy Foundation's NFL Day Benefits Winthrop-University Hospital's Cancer Center for Kids
The Andy Foundation, an organization established to honor the life of 11-year-old Andrew Patrick Palmeiri of Garden City, recently held a NFL football clinic that netted $35,000 to benefit Winthrop-University Hospital's Cancer Center for Kids. The funds were earmarked for the purchase of a new Complete Blood Count (CBC) machine, which instantly produces blood results and reduces the waiting period for patients.
Thousands Walk to Change Tomorrow Today at Annual Long Island Heart Walk
On a warm, fall Sunday morning, thousands gathered to unite for one cause, fighting heart disease and stroke. Led by Michael Dowling., this year's Heart Walk chairman and president and CEO of the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System, The American Heart Association held it's 14th annual Long Island Heart Walk at Nassau Community College.
From the Desk of Senator Kemp Hannon
From the Mayor's Office