Hi Tech Meeting in Oyster Bay
Oyster Bay Town Board members were surprised as they walked into the hearing room on Sept. 7. Sitting in front of each councilperson was an open computer with a video screen ready to present the world according to Taubman Construction.
OB Plans to Save Open Space
The Oyster Bay Town Board has approved putting a $30 million environmental bond issue on the ballot this Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 7. If approved by the voters of the Town of Oyster Bay, an environmental bond fund would be established exclusively for the acquisition, reservation and protection of environmentally sensitive land, as well as the enhancement of park and recreational facilities.
Hurricanes Finished in Third Place in Their First Soccer Tournament
The Oyster Bay East Norwich Hurricanes are a girls under 10 years of age travel soccer team. They are members of the Oyster Bay East Norwich Soccer Club and represent this town in travel soccer.
OBHS Graduates Carry on Tradition
Oyster Bay High School graduates who received scholarships from the Richard F. Crawley Memorial Foundation are already at college, enjoying the benefits of their diligence. Gwen Salerno received $1,500 and two secondary awards of $1,000 each were presented to Elizabeth Papa and John Wasilchuk. The scholarships are given in honor of Coach Richard Crawley who brought sports fame to Oyster Bay. The awards go to young people who have first earned a place in the field of sports.
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