Plandome Adopts Code Enforcement Law
At the regular monthly village meeting held on June 13, the Plandome Village Board of Trustees unanimously voted to adopt Local Law 2-2000 which allows the trustees to hire, at their discretion, "code enforcement officer(s)" if they feel there is a need for such a person. The underlying reason behind this law is the number of complaints the board has received relative to three areas of the village code that are continually violated. The first deals with the total disregard with which some animal owners treat the "pooper scooper" ordinance. Number two is the number of complaints as to the number of workers who either start too early in the morning or work too late in the afternoons and on weekends. The third area deals with irrigation. The village is currently in violation of the 99 million gallons of water per year cap that the Manhasset-Lakeville Water District has set for the village.
Plandome Road to Close June 23
Subject to weather, Plandome Road will be closed to all vehicular traffic (except emergency vehicles) on Friday, June 23. From 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for the laying of the final asphalt roadway.
Manhasset Boys Power Buckley
Led by seven boys from Manhasset, the Buckley 5th and 6th grade lacrosse team completed an undefeated season recently with a 7-5 victory over archrival Green Vale. The boys, Matt Sutherland, Matt Decico, Michael Brennan, James Melvin, James Donohue, John Kucharczyk and Michael Marchasalla are all products of the Manhasset PAL program.
Manhasset Yankees Win Championship
The Manhasset Yankees won the girls' 6, 7, 8th grade softball championship today over the Manhasset Cardinals with a final score of 10-0. The Yankees had been on a roll, winning the last game of the regular softball season followed by three consecutive play-off victories to capture the championship.
Hats Off to the Class of 2000
HOV Lanes a Great Waste