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June 2, 2006

  • News: Candidates for Two Trustee Positions in the Village of Great Neck

    Mark D. Birbaum -- I have been a resident of the Village of Great Neck for over 20 years, and have been active in the village government since first moving here. I am currently serving in my second term as village trustee and am the police commissioner and chairman of the public safety committee, having been appointed by the mayor and approved by the board of trustees... FULL STORY

    Edna Guilor-Segal -- I was born in Israel. The year was 1951; the country was three years old. I was born into rationing, wars, and uncertainty, yet the feeling was one of tremendous courage and self-sacrifice. When I was in kindergarten, we planted trees in the sandy dunes of my hometown on the shores of the Mediterranean. Fifteen years later, as a teenager I played and walked through what had now become a thick forest, the same one that I had planted in kindergarten. FULL STORY

    Harry N. Heinemann My wife and I are longtime residents of Great Neck. My professional background includes being a senior administrator in the start-up of several community colleges in the United States and assisting in the establishment of community colleges in other countries. FULL STORY

    Carole Lynn Marino I am a 28-year resident of the Village of Great Neck, where, with my husband Julio, we have raised two children, Giulia and Salvatore, who attended the Great Neck Public Schools. I have a degree in Fashion Illustration and Advertising Design from the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan. FULL STORY

  • News: Parkwood Redux

    The long complicated process of determining the future renovation of the Parkwood rink and pool complex is moving closer to holding bond hearings. The widely publicized May 25 public meeting at E.M. Baker School was attended by 80 to 100 people. Park District Chairman Robert Lincoln summarized the three-year process of study and exploration that involved numerous public meetings and various consultants and engineers with the aim of "modernizing and rejuvenating the facility." FULL STORY

  • Sports: Great Neck Runners Score in 50-K Run

    Congratulations to Great Neck endurance athletes Michael Ginor and Amy Goldstein, who successfully completed the Nassau-Suffolk Greenbelt Trail 50-Kilometer Run on May 20. The 42-year-old Ginor completed the 31.07 mile course in 7 hours, 38 minutes, 18 seconds, and the 46-year-old Goldstein crossed the finish line at the Greater Long Island Running Club's Plainview facility in 10 hours, 03 minutes, 09 seconds. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Jacqueline Zysman Heads to 2006 Maccabi Games

    Jacqueline Zysman has been selected to compete in the 2006 Maccabi Games this summer. She will compete in tennis against athletes from across the U.S. and other countries. This event is a world famous Olympic-style event. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Just So You Know ... Our Email Address
  • Opinion: Legislative Majority Report

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