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August 25, 2006

  • News: Deepdale Golf Club Will Remain a Private Club

    The attempted takeover of the Deepdale Golf Club by the Village of North Hills under the principle of eminent domain has been denied. It was ended with the stroke of a pen when Governor George Pataki signed a bill preventing the village takeover of the club for the village's private use. Senator Michael Balboni (R-East Williston) sponsored the legislation that would prohibit municipalities within the Town of North Hempstead from seizing private recreational facilities in order to use the facility for the same purpose as the private owner. FULL STORY

  • News: Vandalism of Park Property Located on Shelter Rock Road

    An act of vandalism was discovered Friday, Aug. 18 by Manhasset Park District employees on the property known as "the four acres" located between Shelter Rock Road and Old Shelter Rock Road as you approach the entrance to Strathmore Vanderbilt. The destructive act took place closer to the first of two "pullovers." Five trees were cut down on the property and a report was filed with the 6th Precinct. The Manhasset Park District asks that residents who witness any suspicious activity on park district property contact the 6th Precinct Police or the Manhasset Park District. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Fourteenth Annual Don Monti Golf & Tennis Classic

    Saint Mary's High School Alumni Association of Manhasset, New York, will be holding its Fourteenth Annual Don Monti Golf & Tennis Classic on Thursday Sept. 21 at The Plandome Country Club. FULL STORY

  • Sports: On the Bay

    The sailing community knows that sailing is a sport that can be enjoyed at any age. It is also a great family sport. There was not a better demonstration of this than the recent Manhasset Bay Race Week. Helen Browning, 86, sailed an Ideal 18 with her granddaughter, Laura Browning. They just didn't sail around the course, they beat just about everyone and took home an armful of silver to prove it. They were not the only family group out on the water. Emily, Lynn (mom) and Elizabeth Whipple sailed an Ideal 18 together on Friday with the Women's Racing Clinic (WRC). John Silbersack, co-chair of the MBYC Junior Sailing Program, was out on an MBO with his daughter Catryn. Even Race Committee had family members together - Bill Scaglione and his daughters were helping out Race Committee Chairs, John Barry and Bill Brakman. So if anyone ever doubts that 1. you have to give up sailing at a certain age, or 2. sailing takes too much time away from the family, all you have to do is remember the 2006 Manhasset Bay Race Week! FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Manhasset Youth Council Thanks Anthony Blyskal and Stephen Gilroy
  • Opinion: Tennis Courts at Memorial Field Are Not for Professional Lessons

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