Town Rezones Great Neck Road Property
The Town of North Hempstead has rezoned the property at 391 Great Neck Road from a business district to an RM District (multiple residence). The 16,710 square feet of property, on the west side of Great Neck Road within the unincorporated area of the town, is slated to be developed with seven attached townhouses.
Mitchell Creek Development Hinges on Health Department Approval
In Kings Point, a 23-acre parcel of wetlands and uplands surrounding Mitchell Creek luxuriates in a tangle of wild woods and brambles stretching roughly between Split Rock Drive and Hemlock Drive. By this time in late summer, it is a wall of greenery when viewed from Split Rock, but soon it will be humming with trucks and earth-moving equipment and throbbing as a hydraulic-fitted crane buries massive sheet metal panels into the soil.
Sportime Tennis Champions
Celebrating a triumphant spring season of indoor tennis, Sportime at Roslyn hosts their Fifth Annual Women's League Tennis Luncheon to honor spring 2001 award winners and to thank all the dynamic members for their super sportsmanship. This past spring, League Director Karen Marlib Palevsky of Manhasset Hills coordinated a tantalizing tennis buffet, inviting hundreds of league members to delight in a day of round robin tennis on all nine har-tru clay courts. Between 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. major leaguers mingled during doubles action with members from all 16 leagues.
Swim-A-Cross: A Family Affair
There were 140 people signed up for this, the 12th Swim-A-Cross. "About 40 people signed up at the last minute. This is one of the best, if not the best Swim-A-Cross," said Jim Green, Red Cross director of public relations. "Last year it earned about $21,000 and this year we think it will go to $24,000 or $25,000." The annual event is a fund raiser for the Nassau County Chapter of the American Red Cross.
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