Town Settles Commander Case
The Commander Oil case is over. "It's all settled. It never went to the Supreme Court, but was settled instead," said a town spokesperson.
Renewed Inspiration for USSTR
Motor Vehicle Commissioner Raymond P. Martinez joined other state and local officials at Sagamore Hill on Wednesday, Jan. 30. He was there to present representatives from the Theodore Roosevelt Association (TRA) of Oyster Bay with a replica of the recently introduced customized license plate honoring the 26th president of the United States. The TRA will subsequently present the plate to the captain and crew of the USS Theodore Roosevelt, currently fighting the war on terrorism in Afghanistan.
For 28 Years, Burt Sniffen Made Things Happen
On Friday night Jan. 25, the board of governors, President Larry Schmidlapp, three past presidents, several past board members, spouses and children of past presidents, skating industry legends, and local businessmen honored Burt Sniffen for his 28 years of service to the members of this club founded in 1916. Clarence Michalis said Burt was a man who made things happen, not watched things happen.
Ho Ho Ho Run Benefits Many
The success of the December 2001 Ho Ho Ho Holiday Run enabled the Greater Long Island Running Club to be very generous to three most deserving causes, and at the club's Jan. 15 meeting checks were presented in the amount of $3,000 to the Bretton Bowl Fund for the needy families of Bethpage, in the amount of $2,500 to the Maurer Foundation for Breast Health Education, and in the amount of $1,000 to Long Island Track & Field for use in LITF's youth programs.
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