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November 19, 1999

  • NEWS: Lockheed Martin Site Under Contract

    On Nov. 15, it was announced that a purchase and sales contract was signed between Lockheed Martin Corporation Properties, Inc. and National RE/sources. In separate meetings, Lake Success Mayor Robert Bernstein and Town Supervisor May Newburger met with representatives of the potential buyer, National RE/sources, an independent operating company within AEW Partners I of Greenwich, Ct. Both officials reconfirmed that Lockheed Martin would be responsible for the clean-up. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: School Board Opposes Local Charter School

    The board of education of the Great Neck Public Schools has approved a resolution opposing the creation of a charter school in Great Neck. This resolution comes on the heels of a SUNY announcement stating that a charter school application is now being considered, for Great Neck, by New York State's new Charter School Institute. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: GN Park District Third Annual Soccer Tournament

    The first game of the final round of this year's adult soccer tournament was played on Sunday, Nov. 7. This game matched the Great Neck Soccer Club (1997 tournament champions) against the C.D. Pumas (1998 tournament champions). FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: South High Football Team Regroups for Next Year

    After a frustrating season, the Great Neck South varsity football team and its coaches are already planning to regroup for next year. The team's 1999 season record was a winless 0-9, capped by a 26-14 loss to longtime cross-town rival Great Neck North on Nov. 11. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: A Charter School in Great Neck? Why?
  • OPINION: Face to Face With Life & Death

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