Reactions to Chabad Plans Continue to Surface
Any hopes Chabad attorney, Peter Mineo, had of galloping toward a swift end to the public hearing process on the proposed synagogue, school and recreation center at 400 East Shore Road, were reined in by Kings Point Mayor Michael Kalnick who noted toward the end of the Jan. 8, three-hour hearing that 100 people were still waiting to be heard on the issue.
Park District on Path Toward Steppingstone Expansion
In the inexorable roll toward the acquisition of the waterfront lot of the Cohan estate, the Great Neck Park District held a pro forma public hearing, required as a part of the condemnation process, on Jan. 10. The tenor of the meeting, although less crowded and impassioned than the meeting in September when 500 park district residents urged the park district to press ahead with condemnation, was sober with a handful of supporters questioning officials about the details and costs of the procedure.
Kings Point Weekly Sports Wrap-up
The United States Merchant Marine Academy men's basketball team extended their winning streak to four games and improved to a perfect 5-0 in the Skyline Conference after disabling SUNY Maritime's high-scoring attack, 88-76, in Liebertz Gymnasium on Jan.10. The Mariners broke the game open early, taking advantage of the Privateers 17 first-half turnovers and 25.8 percent shooting. When the halftime horn sounded the Blue and Gray had a commanding 45-24 lead.
Great Neck North Basketball League Schedule
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