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October 30, 1998

  • NEWS: Strong Opposition to Senior Housing in Port North's 41 Acres

    A public hearing to consider the application of Sandy Hollow Associates, a subsidiary of Jobco and the developers interested in developing Dallas Realty's 41 acre tract of land in the Village of Port Washington North into senior housing, was held on Oct. 13 at the Polish American Hall. The proposal requires a rezoning of the property, by the board of trustees, from light industrial to a "golden age zone." FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Ice Rink Decision Postponed

    In response to objections and questions raised at a special meeting last Thursday, Oct. 22, the North hempstead Town Board postponed its decision of whether or not to sell 9.2 acres (which has subsequently been changed to 6.8 acres) of former Morewood property, next to the new Harbor Links Golf Course. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: On The Bay

    MBYC's 20th Fall Series ended with a beautiful slide show by Kevin Dailey (Sunday, Oct. 25). Quite a number of us attending well remember the Series' early days. John Thomson, who with his family this year has sailed Solution in Class B IMS (after sailing in the Farr 40 regatta the weekend before) recalled that there had been 13 entries in the Fall Series' first year (1979). Optimists were considering 30 boats a good goal. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Sports Beat

    Port's playoff hopes were dealt a severe blow last Saturday by a determined Calhoun team that was looking for respectability after losing their first five games of the season. Turnovers and missed opportunities plagued the Vikings throughout the game. Calhoun outplayed Port in an old-fashioned hard-hitting ball control type of game. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Don't Say 'Go Away' to Homeseekers
  • OPINION: Several Issues With 41-Acre Proposal



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