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Letter: Supervisor Murray Thanks Voters

Friday, 02 December 2011 00:00

The electoral process is at the core of our democratic way of government in the United States of America. From Presidential elections all the way down to local government contests, the will of the people is central to our way of life. Accordingly, I wish to express my sincere gratitude to everyone who participated in the Nov. 8 elections. I am honored to have been re-elected to another term as Hempstead Town Supervisor and I am eager to embark upon new challenges and maintain key priorities over the next two years. Thank you!

 

Mayor’s Report: November 21, 2011

Written by Garden City Mayer Donald T. Brudie Friday, 25 November 2011 00:00
Happy Thanksgiving

May all of our residents and their families enjoy a happy and safe Thanksgiving Holiday and weekend.

Please remember your neighbors and seniors who may be alone and take a few minutes from your busy schedule to look in on them and to let them know that they are remembered.

 

Letter: New Traditions at the Garden City Hotel

Friday, 25 November 2011 00:00

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

The holidays are around the corner, and at the Garden City Hotel, we are busily preparing for a season of joyful celebrations. Against this backdrop, we are ringing in a new tradition while leaving behind another. Last November marked our final Tree Lighting Ceremony. This annual evening celebration, held the Monday after Thanksgiving, over many years, brought together families, friends, neighbors, business associates and community leaders. We know how much it has meant to the community. We appreciate the many calls and emails sharing memorable tree lighting ceremonies gone by and to just say thank you. We are touched by your immense gratitude.

 

Mayor’s Report: November 15, 2011

Written by Garden City Mayer Donald T. Brudie Friday, 18 November 2011 00:00
Special Thanks to The American Legion for Veterans Day Services

Special thanks to the William Bradford Turner Post of the American Legion of Garden City for conducting the annual Veteran’s Day ceremony on November 11. We appreciate all that they do to honor and remember those men and women who have served in our armed forces in support of our country.

 

Share Your Holiday Memories with Us

Friday, 18 November 2011 00:00
Anton Community Newspapers invites you, our readers, to share your favorite holiday memories with us. When families gather to celebrate the season, the inevitable stories are told that begin with: Remember when… So, whether they are heartfelt, humorous, inspirational, or all of the above, send them our way. We will be printing them in our upcoming Holiday Guide special supplements.
 

Mayor’s Report: November 8, 2011

Written by Garden City Mayer Donald T. Brudie Friday, 11 November 2011 00:00
Our Young People and Halloween

Regrettably, all too often our young people are criticized for the negative behavior of a relative few. I am pleased to let you know that this Halloween was virtually free of vandalism demonstrating that our young people do care about their Village. On behalf of the parents, I thank residents for providing delicious but safe “treats” for the children. A good day was had by all!

 

Letter: An Open Letter to Our Residents About St. Paul’s

Friday, 11 November 2011 00:00

The five undersigned Trustees have determined it necessary to provide this letter to our residents in light of current discussions regarding the former St Paul’s School building.

We realize that St. Paul’s is an ongoing issue for many village residents, and that some accuse us of having “no vision” if we do not agree with the Committee to Save St. Paul’s (CSSP) and the Historical Society. To the contrary, we certainly do have a vision.

 

Mayor’s Report: November 1, 2011

Written by Garden City Mayer Donald T. Brudie Friday, 04 November 2011 00:00
Nassau County Village Officials Association (NCVOA) — East Coast Power and Gas

The Village of Garden City is a participant in the Nassau County Village Officials Association (NCVOA) natural gas buying group program. The NCVOA has entered into an agreement with East Coast Power and Gas and will be offering a discount program to village residents and commercial establishments. As an East Coast Power and Gas customer, your natural gas rate each is guaranteed to be 8 percent lower and businesses are guaranteed to save 8.625 percent on the sales tax as well as receiving an 8 percent discount. There is no long-term commitment and you can opt out of the program at any time. Please note that if you sign on to this program, your natural gas bill, gas delivery and emergency services will continue to be provided by NationalGrid.

 

Letter: CSSP Plan Not Withdrawn

Friday, 04 November 2011 00:00
Contrary to some reports, the plan proposed by the Committee to Save St. Paul’s/The Garden City Historical Society has not been “withdrawn.” In a letter to the mayor and the board of trustees dated Oct. 19 we simply stated that, “We are in the process of updating our proposal and will resubmit to the Board within 45 days.” The requested 45-day period provides an opportunity to work with the village in a positive manner to reach a joint solution and, following discussion, the resubmission will incorporate any changes that make sense.
 

Mayor’s Report: October 25, 2011

Written by Garden City Mayer Donald T. Brudie Friday, 28 October 2011 00:00
Special Thanks to the Fire Department

Special thanks is due to the fire department for their efforts in making Fire Prevention Day/Week the success that it was. Our fire department puts a lot of time, effort and expense into this project, which is designed to make the residents and children aware of the inherent dangers in household fires. If you were not able to attend this past Sunday, Oct. 16, please make an effort for your own safety, and the safety of your children, to attend next year. Chief Charles S. Cavarra and our fire department do an outstanding job protecting our lives and homes and we are grateful for their dedication to the community.

 

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