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August 24, 2001

  • NEWS: Floyd Place Subdivision Resurfaces

    Just when they thought it was over, the Village of Great Neck once again faces the issue of a subdivision request for 1 Floyd Place. The proposal is to tear down an old house and build two new homes. The original request faced strong community opposition, and, eventually, the planning board recommended denying the application. The board of zoning appeals turned down the request at a Jan. 4 meeting. However, the developer, Firooz Fred Dilmanian, filed an Article 78, and the court then determined that the variance be granted. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Update on EPA Superfund Site

    The Board of Directors of SCAG, Inc. will meet at 7 p.m. on Oct. 11, at the Main Branch of the Great Neck Public Library on Bayview Avenue. At this time the SCAG Nominating Committee will present its slate of Board of Directors for the coming year. According to the SCAG By-Laws, nominations of members-at-large an be taken from the floor at the Annual Meeting. Voting will be by written ballot. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Babe Zaharias Memorial Tournaments

    On Tuesday, July 10, more than 3,000 golfers and tennis players at more than 20 clubs across Long Island participated in the American Cancer Society's 28th annual Babe Zaharias Memorial Tournaments. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Great Neck Kid KO's to Victory!

    On Saturday night, Aug. 18, Brett Baker won his first amateur kickboxing match at the International Martial Arts Acadaemy in Mineola, in the successful culmination of months of training. Baker, a member of Great Neck South High's Class of 2000 and student at George Washington University, has had only six months of kickboxing training, and attributes his success to his trainer Warren Dreyfus, "Warren trained me as if for a pro debut instead of an amateur debut, touching all aspects of the sport." Dreyfus said in addition, "The growth we had to produce in order to feel confident was staggering. In three months, he went from a beginner lacking in mental, spiritual, and physical preparation to a confident and well prepared kickboxer, considering the limited time we had for training." Dreyfus is also a longtime Great Neck resident, and has been training in the martial arts for 16 years. In addition to his eight years of kickboxing experience, Dreyfus is a Black Belt in Shotokan karate, certified as a full instructor in Jeet Kune Do (Bruce Lee's martial arts system), and has studied Philippino Kali, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and Kung Fu. FULL STORY

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