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July 24, 1998

  • NEWS: Trail Controversy Leads to Heated Accusations at PWPD Meeting

    The controversial proposal for a trail along the former sand pit bluffs (See articles in July 2 and 16 Port Washington News, plus letters-to-the-editor) led to heated accusations from two Bogart Avenue residents at the July 14 Port Washington Police Department (PWPD) Commissioners meeting. They accused one of the commissioners of abusing his power and asked for his resignation, and they asked the department to explain a supposed 20-minute delay in responding to a call for help from a woman who lives near the proposed trail sight. The PWPD legal counsel said that the chief would investigate all accusations and report the results within a month. The accused commissioner, who started to respond at the meeting until stopped by counsel, sent a personal letter of explanation and apology a few days later to his critic. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Port North Mayor Updates Status of Informal Proposals

    Village of Port North Mayor Tom Pellegrino updated the status of the possible redevelopment of the Lewis Oil Co. site into a shopping center, and the development of Dallas Realty's 41 acres into senior housing, at the village board of trustees meeting on July 13. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Port 11- and 12-year-Olds Win Two Shutouts in One Day!

    On Saturday, July 18, Port Washington 11- and 12-year-olds played their first game in the East Meadow Baseball Tournament. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: On The Bay

    The Mill Pond Model Yacht Club's reception held at the Port library on July 14, was very successful. About 65 people (representing all aspects of boating) came, some before the party's start at 7:30. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Questions Special Ed in Port Schools
  • OPINION: "Who Is Greedy?"

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