Garden City Village Officials Meet With MTA/LIRR
After nearly 15 months of no response from MTA/LIRR officials, Mayor Gerard Lundquist got a call last week from LIRR's director of government affairs requesting a meeting - ASAP - with Garden City officials to provide them with a status report on the Main Line Corridor Improvement Project - or what is now commonly referred to as the third track project.
Taco Bell Scallions Believed Common Link in E. coli Outbreak
Several Taco Bell restaurants across Long Island were closed last week after an outbreak of E. coli 0157:H7 spread from Delaware to Suffolk. Last week, six Taco Bell restaurants within the county were asked to voluntarily close down, discard their food and disinfect their premises. They include the Broadway and Roosevelt Field Mall restaurants as well as the East Meadow, Hempstead, Seaford and New Hyde Park locations.
Centennial Soccer News
Registrations are now being accepted for the Centennial Spring Soccer Program. The program is open to girls entering kindergarten in September through ninth grade and boys entering kindergarten in September through sixth grade. Girls' games are scheduled for 9 am. to 1 p.m. Boys play in the afternoon from 1 to 5 p.m.
Garden City Recreation Department News
The tennis facility at Community Park offers tennis lessons to children ages 4 and 5 who reside in Garden City. These 55-minute lessons are offered on Tuesdays from 2:30-3:25 p.m. The 12-week session begins Tuesday, Jan. 9, and costs $150. Note that any child registering for this program must be the appropriate age by the start of the session. To register, visit the recreation office in village hall.
From the Desk of Assemblyman Tom McKevitt
From The Mayor's Office