Lockheed Martin and Manhasset-Lakeville Water District Reach Agreement
The Manhasset-Lakeville Water District (MLWD) and the Lockheed Martin Corporation (LMC), announced today they have reached an agreement that will allow Lockheed Martin to use MLWD property and infrastructure for the on-going environmental remediation activities being undertaken by LMC. The remediation is part of the on-going actions to clean up the groundwater affected by the former Unisys site located at Marcus Avenue and Lakeville Road in Great Neck. LMC and MLWD struck an agreement in principle on Thursday, July 25, that will compensate the district for use of its Parkway Station, located off Lakeville Road north of the Northern State Parkway.
Bicentennial Service for Historic Christ Church
Members and friends of Christ Church, Manhasset, have joined together for many special events during the year 2002 to celebrate 200 years of worship.
Indians Send 5 Players to All-Star Games
Two baseball clubs from Manhasset were entered this summer in the Long Island Connie Mack League. One Indians club played in the 15-16 year-old bracket and the other was in the 13-14 year-olds. Both clubs played competitive schedules against other clubs in Nassau County and eastern Queens.
Manhasset Girls Win District 28 Softball Title
On July 13, the Manhasset Girls 9-10 Little League softball team captured the District 28 title in the prestigious Williamsport Tournament against Merillon. In a best two out of three format, the teams split the first two games.
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