Short Term Facilities Needs Discussed at BOE Meeting
The Board of Education listened to a presentation of solutions to its short-term facilities needs for September 2001, at the Nov. 14 board meeting. Architects from the firm of the Spector Group, who will most likely be hired as the district's architect shortly, made the presentation. The board is contemplating including the cost of addressing the short term needs into the bond for the long-term facilities plan. If they can and do decide to do this, the bond referendum could be voted on at the end of January 2001.
On The Bay
Greg Danilek and Mike McAllister participated in the First Annual Odom Millennium Regatta, sponsored by the Mill Pond Model YC on Saturday, Nov. 4. The Odom is a one design, one-meter long model yacht with 600 sq. inches of sail area. Approximately 25-30 members of the Mill Pond Model YC have Odoms. The idea for this regatta was developed in the fall of 1999, when David Raw and Michael Mazzioto, both from Copaigue Harbor and club members, donated the award to the Mill Pond Model YC. The cup is modern in design, with a polished brass bowl resting on a walnut base. The top three winners will have their name permanently recorded on brass plaques attached to the cup's base. In addition, each winner will receive a cap with the name of the regatta and their finish position.
PYA Junior Football Playoffs
Playoff Sunday was "payback" Sunday for three PYA teams that avenged regular season losses, two with victories and one with a tie.
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