Schools Propose Fiscal Accounting and Reporting Policy
The Great Neck Public Schools Board of Education has proposed a new policy on fiscal accounting and reporting. Submitted for a first reading at the board's July summer organizational/reorganizational meeting, this policy actually follows current practice in the school district.
Plaza Considers Initiative for Next Generation Housing
Mayor Jean Celender and the Board of Trustees of the Village of Great Neck Plaza will hold a public meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 17 at 8 p.m. to present the findings of the "Affordable Housing and Inclusionary Zoning Study for the C2 District." The report findings will be presented by the village's planning consultant, Saccardi & Schiff, Inc., who prepared the study, followed by a public comment session. The study examines the need for affordable housing in the C2 district, which encompasses properties zoned for multiple-family dwellings along Great Neck Road and Cuttermill Road adjacent to the LIRR tracks.
Special Needs Running Clinic With Rolling Thunder Athletes
Nassau County Legislator Dave Mejias (D-North Massapequa) and Presiding Officer Judy Jacobs (D-Woodbury) hosted an informational running clinic with the athletes from the Rolling Thunder Special Needs Program (RTSNP), a non-profit organization for physically and mentally challenged athletes. Rolling Thunder gives athletes an opportunity to train in all aspects of running, walking and fitness as they compete at all levels in mainstream competitions.
Volunteers Needed for Long Island Heart Walk
Help fight Long Island's No. 1 and No. 3 causes of death, heart disease and stroke, by volunteering for the Long Island Heart Walk on Oct. 2. An estimated 7,000 people from across Long Island will walk and need your support.
Summer is Sports Time!