A & P Opposes Waterfront Rezoning at Final Hearing
Just as the Village of Great Neck board of trustees was poised to end the two and half years of hearings about the fate of East Shore Road and the moratoria on the properties, attorney Michael Sahn, representing the A & P Corporation rose to "strenuously oppose" the proposed rezoning. The board, clearly stung and surprised by the eleventh hour turn in events, listened to and refuted many of Mr. Sahn's arguments and closed the hearing without taking action.
School Board to Review Petrochemical Policy
Having recently proposed a policy on exclusion of petrochemical-based products from school buildings, the Great Neck Public Schools board of education is now revisiting this issue. The proposed policy came up for a third reading at the board's Feb. 9 meeting, and, following recommendations by Richard W. Brown, business manager and petrochemical director for the National Petrochemical & Refiners Association in Washington, D.C., the board decided to retract the policy and conduct further study before another proposal is presented.
South Rebels Win Over Jericho
The Great Neck South Rebels clinched at least a share of the Conference A-1 title with a dominating 80-45 win over Jericho.
USMMA Women's Hoops Competes With National Rankings
In the Feb. 18 statistical rankings released by the National Collegiate Athletic Association, the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy's women's basketball squad ranks among the NCAA's Division III leaders in a trio of statistical categories.
For This Year, Let's Be Sure to Give