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April 9, 2004

  • News: Late Soldier's Family Receives Lost Medals

    Meyer Seewald was a soldier who fought during Wold War II and was killed in combat in Germany on Nov. 28, 1944. He was only 28 years old. Rose Kutler, Seewald's sole-surviving sibling knew her brother had won a Purple Heart, as well as other awards and decorations for his service during the war. She didn't know what happened to his Purple Heart. FULL STORY

  • News: Concerns Rise Over Proposed Development Adjacent to Greenbelt Trail

    Meeting Set for Monday to Discuss Strategy -- A developer recently submitted an application to the Nassau County Planning Commission (NCPC) to obtain permission for the subdivision of an approximately 5.21 acre parcel into five residential lots to allow for construction of single-family dwellings and associated amenities. The project is located on the north side of the intersection of Woodbury Road and Syosset-Woodbury Road, west of Whitney Lane and immediately south of the Long Island Railroad in Woodbury. FULL STORY

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