Blueprint for the Future
Ramon Trias of Walkable Communities, Inc. evaluated the Oyster Bay hamlet and found it healthy and well-designed. "Many of the things that make a good community are here already," he said. He was speaking at the Oyster Bay Main Street Association event held on Monday, June 25 at the Canivan Center at St. Dominic High School.
Muttontown Stays Atop Issues
What happens in one village impacts its neighbors which is why Muttontown is against a change of zone in Syosset.
North Shore Runners Invited to Run in Long Island Women's 5K Run
Women and girls of all ages and levels of ability from Oyster Bay, East Norwich, Cold Spring Harbor, Mill Neck, Locust Valley, Bayville and nearby communities are urged to be part of the 18th annual Vytra Health Plans Long Island Women's 5 Kilometer Run, to be held on the roads of Farmingdale on Saturday, July 14.
Making Swimming Pool Safety a Priority
County Legislator Edward Mangano (R-Bethpage) this week is reminding Hicksville residents that swimming pool safety must be a priority. "All it takes is just a few seconds for a child to drown," said Mangano. "I urge all residents to take the following precautions as outlined by the Department of Health."
"I Park and Walk!"