Town Parking Spaces Being Watched
Tim Archdeacon has not dropped his case to open up the parking lot off Audrey Avenue to customer parking, he intends to appeal to the Appellate Court to hear his case, although the Town of Oyster Bay recently had the case dismissed. The decision was given by Judge Dana Winslow saying the law cited by Mr. Archdeacon was not relevant to the case.
OBEN Board Prepares for Passing of 2006-2007 Budget
The Oyster Bay-East Norwich School Board, with the defeat of the 2005-2006 budget placing them on a contingency budget, is actively working to see that the next budget doesn't fail. At their Sept. 20 board meeting they talked about changes they are already making. They spoke to the North Shore School District administration to see how they passed their budget this year after failing last year. That district used BOCES as a resource in the work. The OB-EN board has hired BOCES to help work with the community to find out what they want. They are setting up two focus group sessions, on Oct. 19 and 20, and will give the board a report on their findings in November.
It is almost, but not quite time, to close the boating season at Sagamore Yacht Club. The next two months are also typically excellent boating weather. The fall season keeps boaters on the water with excellent fishing opportunities and less crowded waterways. The warm weather we have been experiencing the last few weeks continue to be good for boating and especially fishing. Many local anglers will be out trying to catch the big fish before it is too cold to catch anything substantial.
Oyster Bay-East Norwich Soccer News
The Tornadoes traveled to Baldwin Harbor for their soccer game on Saturday, Sept. 17 to face the Tigers. Remembering the last game of the spring season, they were not looking forward to playing on the Tigers' home field (a rocky, bumpy, lopsided field). The worst field they ever played on, but were in for the challenge.
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