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December 24, 1999

  • NEWS: DiNapoli and Balboni Celebrate Victory

    ''Clearly, this is a victory for the Great Neck school community,'' said State Senator Michael Balboni, as he announced that a charter school will not be opening in Great Neck. Last Friday, Dec. 17, Senator Balboni made the official announcement to the Great Neck Record, reporting that the SABIS Educational Systems application had not been recommended by the Charter Schools Institute at its meeting that same day, and that the application is ''off the agenda and will not be given any further consideration by the SUNY board of trustees.'' FULL STORY

  • NEWS: The Kings Point Board

    At the 899th meeting of the Kings Point Board of Trustees, upon the recommendation of the Landmark Preservation Commission, the Cohan mansion was officially landmarked. Mayor Michael Kalnick and trustees David Harounian, Sheldon Kwiat, Richard Sokolov and Peter Aaron voted unanimously that the house be designated as a "landmark based upon its historical association with George M. Cohan and Walter Annenbery, and its architectural style, exemplary of the Country House period, a unique phenomenon of Long Island's late 19th and early 20th century history." FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Hundreds of Runners Turn Out for UCF's Annual Five Mile Run

    On what turned out to be a beautiful warm and sunny November day, hundreds of athletes assembled at the USMMA in Kings Point to compete in UCF's annual five mile run. There was a true competitive spirit in the air before the race horn blew, and when all was said and done, the race record would be challenged and there would be several close finishes for age group positions. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Merry Christmas Senator Balboni and Assemblyman DiNapoli!
  • OPINION: I Have Seen the Future



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