OBWD Reports Water Clean and Plentiful
New Well Might Be Needed If AvalonBay Communities Proposal Succeeds --
The environmental impact of several new construction projects on Long Island has long raised concern among Long Islanders, but according to the superintendents of the Oyster Bay, Bayville, and Jericho Water Districts, local drinking water is currently clean and plentiful, and will remain so as long as conservation policies are obeyed.
Rotary Aids Indonesian Tsunami Orphans
A $47,000 Donation to SOS Kinderdorf Will Build a Clinic at an Indonesian Rotary Village --
"I'm proud of this community," said Ed Minicozzi, past district governor of Rotary International and chair of their tsunami committee. He said it as he announced that the Locust Valley community working with Rotary had raised over $47,000 in donations for tsunami relief.
18th Annual Vytra-TOBAY Triathlon Attracts Record Field of Competitors
A record field of 1160 athletes crossed the finish line of the 18th annual Vytra-TOBAY Triathlon at Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park on Sunday, Aug. 21, and 124 teams successfully competed the accompanying Vytra-TOBAY Tri-Relay.
Memorial Golf Tournament Raises Over One Million for Children of 9/11 Victims
The fourth annual Richard D. Lynch II Memorial Golf Tournament raised more than $1 million for the children of victims of 9/11. The fund-raising event was held last month at the Great Rock Golf Club in Wading River, NY.
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