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June 25, 1999

  • NEWS: Great Neck Estates Trustees Consider Marina Proposal

    The board of trustees of Great Neck Estates is exploring a proposal brought forth by resident boaters, who are seeking village approval to construct a marina that would provide slips for 15-20 motor boats. The proposed project hinges on three key factors. The first is the environmental impact to Little Neck Bay and wetlands, which requires permits from three authorities, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers and the New York Department of State (DOS). The second consideration is the financial implication to the village for such a project. Last, but far from least, is the degree of support or opposition of village residents for a marina in Great Neck Estates. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Third Kindergarten Full Day

    The Great Neck Public Schools have added a third full day to the district's Kindergarten program. The decision to add this voluntary, additional one-and-a-half hours per week per student came at the board of education's June 14 meeting. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Blazer Hardballers Endure Long Season

    Jon Donenfeld was credited with both Blazer victories, a 15-1 romp over winless Roosevelt in the sixth game and a route-going 4-1 win over Bellmore JFK in the 13th outing, also fanning 35 in 31 innings. He was the only holdover from last year's staff of Josh Bilgrei, Brian Rosenberg, Anand Shah and Justin Katz who combined for 13 wins. Joel Wurtzel, however, turned out to be the pitching workhorse, toiling 41.2 innings including complete game losses to Mineola (8-0) and division champ Wantagh (4-1) though winless in eight decisions. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: UCF Junior Boys Tennis Tournament

    Parkwood's outdoor and indoor tennis courts were sizzling, as the boys of Great Neck and New Hyde Park took over, with a terrific tennis tournament. The weather was perfect, the level of competition was high, and the turnout was tremendous! FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Congratulations Graduates!
  • OPINION: To Parents From the 6th Precinct Police

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