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August 17, 2001

  • NEWS: Plandome Manor Voices Concerns to Plandome

    On Aug. 9, the Plandome Board of Zoning Appeals welcomed residents of neighboring Plandome Manor to their rehearing ordered by the Supreme Court of New York to debate the issue of the reconstruction of Plandome Country Club's First Tee facility. The Supreme Court ordered this hearing because the BZA voted on the Club's variance without receiving approval from the Nassau County Planning Commission. In late January of this year, Plandome Country Club received a variance and a building permit for this construction, which is in direct view of five homes on Circle Drive. Unfortunately, these Circle Drive homeowners were not made aware of the building of this "factory-like" structure. As a result, these residents are now actively involved in expressing their discontent with this building. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Munsey Park Roadwork to Begin

    Munsey Park Mayor Harry Nicolaides has announced that the village will begin the rehabilitation of Park Avenue on Monday, Aug. 20. The work will begin at the easternmost part of the avenue, between Port Washington Boulevard and Morse Lane. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Manhasset Soccer Club Announces Fall Registration for Pre-K Through 3rd Grade

    Registration forms for this fall's Manhasset Soccer Club's Pre-K through 3rd grade program have been mailed to past year players and the registration window will remain open through August 31. Pre-K players must be 4 years old by October 31, 2001. Players entering the fourth grade and up who wish to register for a CYO travel team should obtain a registration form from Manhasset Soccer Club's website. Teams will be formed based on the number of players registered and subject to availability of coaches. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Strathmore Swimmers Bring Home the Gold

    Strathmore Vanderbilt Country Club's swim team brought home the gold on Saturday, Aug. 4. For the first time in 19 years, Strathmore was undefeated in the dual meets and the winner at the championships. Coached by Lauren Gilhooley, Erin McNally and Karen Larkin and the club's athletic director, Danny Gimpel, this year truly proved a team effort. Spirits were high, coming off last year's championship win, and it was apparent from the enthusiasm of all the Strathmore children and adults that they were going to try their hardest to improve on last year. Congratulations SVCC for a wonderful swimming season. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Park District Gets It Right
  • OPINION: Politics As Usual? Logo
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