Civic Handles Hamlet's Trash
The Oyster Bay Civic Association plans to have metal trash receptacles installed on the streets of the hamlet by Memorial Day. The announcement was made by OBCA President Marie Knight at their April 18 meeting held in the Italian-American Club on Summit Street. The trash bins cost will be shared by Island Properties, the town and the state at about one-third each, she said.
Is Muttontown 'Anywhere USA?'
Muttontown Mayor Richard Murcott has invited Site and Architectural Review Chairman Donald T. Rave, to speak about his board at the Monday, May 13 meeting. He wants to find out what they consider when they look at the plans of a new house and whether they get involved in the artistic look of a new house.
Heard on the Bay, from the log of Bob & Shelley-Sue Williams
On May 8, Wednesday night sailboat racing returns to Oyster Bay Harbor. The racing is sponsored by the Sagamore Yacht Club, and is open to sailors who want to join in the fun and sail. This year, there is a small fee to help cover the cost of a race committee and the year -nd awards. Everyone is welcome to participate in a few races without charge before committing to the full season.
April 14, 2002 Intramural Soccer Results
Parents, children and volunteers all enjoyed a great start for Spring intramural soccer in beautiful, sunny weather on April 14.
Sometimes There Just Isn't Enough to Say
Mystery Picture Remains a Mystery