TR Park Preservation Group Forms
A group of Oyster Bay citizens, interested in the management and upkeep of the land in Teddy Roosevelt Memorial Park, have formed a volunteer committee that plans to meet and keep informed about park issues.
Muttontown Processes Election Results
Muttontown Village board meetings continue to open up the process of government in this estate village. Since the election on June 20 in which Julianne Beckerman was elected the first woman mayor, there have been several resignations; Russell Corker resigned his seat as a trustee with two years left to complete his term of office [which may result in an appointment by Mayor Richard Murcott at his last meeting on June 26]; Larry Smiley resigned from the planning board and as tree warden; Ed Henn resigned from the planning board and Adam Beckerman resigned from tree warden because of a conflict of interest since his wife was elected mayor.
The Northeast will soon start to receive some effects of the wind and rain from tropical storms and hurricanes that are now brewing in the south. Although Long Island does occasionally get hit hard by a hurricane, sailors tend to benefit from the fair amount of wind that is generated during hurricane season. Over the next few months the wind will progressively fill-in and become a sailor's delight. The increased wind will also encourage captains to seek out more crew to handle their boats. If you are interested in crewing on a racing sailboat, then now is the time to give it a try.
St. Dominic Eighth Grade Girls Are Champions
In a season filled with bizarre events such as multiple rainouts and even a bomb scare, the eighth grade St. Dominic Girls' CYO Softball team remained poised and consistent capturing their second straight Long Island Championship and third title in four years! The back-to-back titles also capped off back-to-back undefeated seasons!
It's a Grand Old Flag