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February 23, 2001

  • NEWS: Final Approval for Wesey Court Subdivision

    The Village of Great Neck's planning board granted final subdivision approval for a development at 72 Steamboat Road, the former site of the Wesey Gardening Center. Five houses are to be built on a new cul-de-sac, with the new street called Wesey Court, after the former owners of the property. The village's board of zoning appeals has already granted three side yard variances for this project. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Great Neck Estates Trustees Face Contested Election

    The Village of Great Neck Estates will face a contested election come next month. In the upcoming March 20 elections, three candidates are running for two trustee spots: trustee Sidney Krugman, trustee Jon Kirshner, and Billy Warner. Mr. Krugman has been a trustee since 1995, and Mr. Kirshner is running for his second term. Mr. Warner ran, unsuccessfully, for trustee in 1999. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Mindy Alpert: A Champion in War Against MS

    Mindy Alpert's list of honors and awards could fill a book. At 38, she is a senior vice president at Salomon Smith Barney and has a client base in excess of $100 million. She was the youngest president in the history of the L.I. Center for Business and Professional Women and was selected to represent the United States in Women's Tennis for the Pan American Maccabi Amateur Olympic Games. Ms. Alpert also was inducted into the International Who's Who of Professional and Business Women, and now she is the honorary chairwoman of the Long Island Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society 2001 MS Walk on April 22, the Society's signature fund-raising event. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Kings Point Weekly Sports Wrap-up

    The Mariners had an up-and-down week to end the regular season, posting a 44-point victory against St. Joseph's and then falling on a last-second shot to Mt. St. Mary. The Blue and Gray are currently 17-7 overall and 15-1 in the Skyline Conference. Entering this week's Skyline Conference Tournament, Kings Point stands as the #1 seed and looks to return to the NCAA Division III Championships on the automatic bid awarded to the Skyline Champion. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Our Elderly Neighbors Might Need Our Help!
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