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August 13, 1999

  • NEWS: LIE Project Clears Trees

    Visible work has begun on the Long Island Expressway expansion/bridge project. The preliminary construction activity between exits 32 and 40 began earlier this summer. The public reaction to the first steps were visceral and dramatic, as entire areas of trees were cleared, leaving vast, open spaces. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Election Date Question

    The Great Neck Library approved a maximum $15,000 expenditure to hire a consultant to address ''planning for the future.'' At an Aug. 2, special meeting of the library's board of trustees, the hiring of a consultant was approved. The board also addressed the possibility of changing the date of the annual library election. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Todd Ehren Sponsors UCF Tennis

    The Ehren family look like they're fresh out of a fashion magazine ad. "More important than that, is their hearts are in the right place," said Roberta Seid, tournament director. "We all have priorities, and the way Todd described the Great Neck UCF Tennis Tournament, we know UCF is right up there!" FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: The Lake Success Golf Story

    In 1956, when the Long Island Expressway was built across a plot of land that was owned by the Deepdale Country Club a decision had to be made. The expressway cut the club right in half, but instead of just rebuilding on both sides, the villagers of Lake Success decided this was a good time to buy the part of the land on the south side of the expressway. And so the Lake Success Golf Course was born. Holes numbered one, seven and nine were still from the original course, however Orrin Smith and Albert Zikarus designed the rest. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Making Library Board Meetings Easier
  • OPINION: Off The Record

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