WPCD Campaign Slogs to the Finish Line
Both the incumbent, David Lurie, and the challenger, Leonard Samansky who are running for the position of Water Pollution Control District (WPCD) commissioner agree that diversion of sewage from our plant to Cedar Creek on the South Shore is an issue that needs to be explored with open minds and much, much more information in order to make a well-informed decision. (See Great Neck Record, Dec. 1 or online at antonnews.com "What Happened to Diverting Sewage?" for a preliminary analysis of the issue.)
Conversations With the Candidates: Park District Election
All three candidates for the Great Neck Park District Board of Commissioners agreed to sit down separately and in person to talk with the Record in an open-ended, unstructured conversation with no advance questions or restraints. We started all the interviews with a query about what would propel an individual to endure the vicissitudes of a campaign to attain a position that while vitally important to the greater community is fraught with challenges aplenty.
Kings Point Athletics Women's Basketball
The Kings Point Mariners opened their season at home with a 94-29 pummeling on the City College of New York Beavers Tuesday night, Nov. 29.
Great Neck PAL Fall Baseball 4/5 Division
The fall baseball season for PAL's fourth and fifth grade division ended Sunday, Nov. 13 in climactic fashion, just as it began.
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