The Waterfront Center Recognized 30 Loyal Christeen Volunteers
The volunteers are especially valuable to the Christeen because as a US Coast Guard certified vessel, each time the Christeen sails she must have a licensed captain and two certified crew members. While the WaterFront Center employs captains for the Christeen, a loyal pool of volunteers serve as crew, help with maintenance, promotion and public education.
Hamlet Zoning Reclassified To Reflect Current Land Use
The Oyster Bay Town Board has reclassified the zoning on certain residential properties in Oyster Bay hamlet after a moratorium on development and a hearing on proposed changes. Kathy Prinz, one of the co-founders of Save the Jewel By the Bay, remembered what they said to the town board after the hearing on Nov. 28, saying those words hold true today. SJBB co-founder Rita Pecora read the message that was also endorsed by co-founder Ben Jankowski. They stated, "Save the Jewel By the Bay would like to thank you, town board members, town staff and the town consultant for your quick response and action, when you heard the outcry from Hamlet of Oyster Bay residents, asking you to help us save and preserve this historic place.
LV Reaching for Higher Heights: Students Focus on Being the Best
Locust Valley High School students are exposed to an outstanding academic program, a bevy of extracurricular activities and a ton of additional opportunities that are helping them to be the best they can be.
Mill Neck Manor to Host May 7 Spring Swing Golf Tournament
Mill Neck Manor will hold its first annual "Spring Swing" Invitational Golf Tournament on May 7. The event, benefiting the children of Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf and the Mill Neck Manor Early Childhood Center, will be held at Harbor Links Golf Course in Port Washington. Sign up now since entries are limited to the first 25 men's, ladies' or mixed foursomes.
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