LWV Host to County and Town Planners
The League of Women Voters of Port Washington-Manhasset played host to the directors of planning for Nassau County and North Hempstead at its annual meeting on June 5. The meeting was held at the United Methodist Church in Sands Point. Sue Fitzgerald, League's chair of the Land Use Committee, introduced Paul Ponessa, Nassau County Planning Commissioner, and Bridget Duggan and Lou D'Agostino of his staff, and Michael Levine, Commissioner of Planning for the Town of North Hempstead.
Carl Heyel, Long-Time Resident, Dies at 92
Carl Heyel, author/editor on management, philosopher, theologian, teacher, died in his home in Manhasset on May 16 at age 92. He had been a Manhasset resident since 1936. Best known as "The Professor" at Louie's Restaurant and a familiar figure, always properly attired in shirt, tie and jacket at Fleet Bank, the Post Office, the Town Hall Coffee Shop and especially the Manhasset Public Library, he had impressive professional credentials.
Manhasset Girls Lax Edged Out in County Finals
The Manhasset girls varsity lacrosse team just concluded an outstanding season with a hard fought defeat in the Nassau County small schools championship game. The Lady Indians were defeated by two-time defending state champion Garden City by the score of 12-10.
Winning Season for Girls Track
The Manhasset Varsity Girls Track team is just finishing this spring 2000 season. Their league record stands at 10 wins and 3 losses. Highlights of the season included many personal bests, competition in invitationals, such as the Port Washington Invitational, a trip to the Penn Relays, and individual all division and all-county honors.
Munsey Park a Family
Manhasset Mom Voices Angry Reaction to 'In Action'