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Wild Turkeys Find a Haven in the East Norwich Vicinity

Written by D.F. Karppi Friday, 20 November 2009 00:00
Peg Wallace of Christina’s Epicure has been having wild turkey sightings, in back of the gourmet store on Route 106, off 25A in East Norwich. “Are they protesting the upcoming holiday perhaps, or maybe they saw the sign that said fresh turkey. One has even roosted in one of our shopping carts,” she said. Ms. Wallace sent photos of the lady turkeys walking up to the entrance of the store. “I’ve even seen some male turkeys,” she said.

Atlantic Steamer Fire Company to Dedicate Boathouse

Written by Frank Ozol, chairman, Boathouse Committee Friday, 13 November 2009 00:00
The Atlantic Steamer Fire Company would like to invite the community to an Open House and Dedication of their new Water Rescue Facility on Sunday, Nov. 15 at noon at the boathouse.

In 1997/98 state Senator Carl Marcellino held community meetings to discuss possible plans for the Western Waterfront in Oyster Bay. Amongst those plans was a facility for Atlantic Steamer Fire Company’s Dive/Rescue Team. Atlantic Steamer has the only fire department dive team on the North Shore of Nassau County. The team has been called to assist as far away as New York City to the west, Jones Beach to the south and Northport to the east and has over 20 divers with various certifications. Training has taken place at many locations around Long Island and has even included ice rescue.


FOB State of the Watershed Report Finds Local Area Unique

Written by D.F. Karppi Friday, 13 November 2009 00:00

Friends of the Bay introduced the public to its first “State of the Watershed Report” which summarized historical trends and existing environmental and land use conditions in the watershed at a meeting held in their Townsend Square office on Nov. 4. Erik Mas, P.E. and Dan Buttrick, P.E. of Fuss & O’Neill prepared the report and made the presentation.

It is a planning document that will lead to the formation of an advisory committee made up of professionals already involved in the work and members of the community who together can come up with ideas to benefit the watershed area.


New Exhibit Opened at OBHS – Tracing Peg: Slavery in Oyster Bay

Written by D.F. Karppi Friday, 06 November 2009 00:00
The Oyster Bay Historical Society held a reception for its latest exhibition, Tracing Peg: Slavery in Oyster Bay, on Oct. 24. The exhibit was curated by Danielle Apfelbaum as the Society’s contribution to Archives Month, celebrated each October. Ms. Apfelbaum, a master’s candidate in Library and Information Science at C.W. Post’s Palmer School, met with trustees, members, and other interested visitors to talk in detail about her role as curator and to answer questions about her exhibition.

Chamber President Seeks Help Wherever He Can Find It for OB

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi Friday, 06 November 2009 00:00

Working on Plans While Asking for Help

Oyster Bay Chamber of Commerce President Alex Gallego attended the Thomas R. Suozzi cocktail reception being held at the Spector Group in Woodbury along with Bill DiConza, Esq. the chair of the chamber’s revitalization committee.

“The evening was a fundraiser for Mr. Suozzi. My goal in going there was to speak with him about his 90/10 plan, which is to encourage cool, walkable communities,” said Mr. Gallego.


Meet the Candidates for Nassau County Executive

Written by Joe Rizza Friday, 30 October 2009 00:00
In the race for Nassau County Executive, Democrat Tom Suozzi of Glen Cove will attempt to retain the post he has held since 2002. He is running against longtime Republican Legislator Ed Mangano of Bethpage.

Oyster Festival Flooding Leaves Nonprofits With Decisions to Make

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi Friday, 30 October 2009 00:00
The nor’easter on Saturday evening, Oct. 17 through Sunday, Oct. 18 was compounded with a new moon and a high tide in Oyster Bay harbor that hit at noon on Sunday, making flooding a major concern for the hamlet and challenging the Oyster Festival.

“The nor’easter effectively made a washout of the festival on Sunday,” said Gregory Druhak who was walking around the festival a little after the Sunday high tide, taking pictures. “I saw a guy standing in the Southwest Airlines booth. I had gone there to pick up T-shirts for a couple of people from Dave at the Frank M. Flower booth. The money all goes to the Celia Flower Food Pantry. Nearby there was a guy at the Southwest Airlines booth, Xavier Granico smiling and giving out pretzels. He drove all the way from Baltimore, to be at the booth. On the other side, the baymen (in tall boots) were standing totally in water, selling clams.


TOB Supervisor Race: Venditto Vs. Scalia

Written by D.F. Karppi Friday, 23 October 2009 00:00
Candidates for the office of Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor were asked for their comments on councilmatic districts versus at-large representation; the new law for the dissolution of villages and special districts; the use of TOB SEA Fund Bond money; the most important function of the supervisor; and their accomplishments.

Oyster Fest: A Rainy Challenge Met

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi Friday, 23 October 2009 00:00
This year’s Oyster Festival was a true challenge. The weather has always hung in the balance, and usually the festival runs in spite of it. This year, however, was exceptionally challenged. Usually there is only one bad day. While the festival ran, the weather ruled.

With all the weather reports saying the weekend was going to be wet, cold and windy, people were contacting Cindy Smith, ImageQuest Communications, Inc. who handles public relations for the festival, “Over Thursday night we got a 100 emails from people asking if the Oyster Festival was still on. The festival is on. We put up information on our website with Q’s and A’s letting people know what is going on,” she said.


Grand Opening Held at Jericho’s Equestrian Center at Old Mill

Written by Denise Nash Friday, 16 October 2009 00:00

Property Purchased Through Environmental Bond Act

Nassau County Executive Thomas Suozzi announced the formal opening of the 40-acre property, formerly known as the Old Mill Horse Farm and newly named the Equestrian Center at Old Mill, located at 62 Route 106 in Jericho, just north of the Long Island Expressway, on Oct. 7.

The property, which was acquired by Nassau County in October 2008 for $12 million under the $150 million 2006 Environmental Bond Act, incorporates a comprehensive and affordable equestrian center designed for use by the general public.


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