New Teachers' Contract Calls for 3 Percent Increase
The contract between the Port Washington Union Free School District (the "District") and the Port Washington Teachers' Association (the "Association"), dated October 3, 2002 and just published, provides for a 3 percent increase retroactively for the period July 1, 2002 through June 30, 2003 for instructional personnel.
Historical Articles Published
Recently the Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society published its Journal, a 40th anniversary issue.
On The Bay
Port Washington has a new dining hot spot. This one is on the water - literally. Following the tradition of Louie's Shore restaurant, whose first location was a barge, this restaurant is available for the few elite who don't mind climbing into a very small dinghy and weather the challenges of high seas, strong winds, maybe sleet, maybe snow to reach the restaurant's front door. But suffering through cold and discomfort is worth the short trip.
National Girls and Women in Sports Day! 'All, All, All Into Together, Girls!'
You've come a long way, baby! Yes, indeed, women's sports certainly has gone beyond jump roping in the last few decades. There are now as many programs, clubs and teams for girls as there are for boys. Ever since the conception of Title IX and the birth of "The Women's Sports Foundation," women have come to the forefront in sports and athletics.
Letter: Kudos to Bob Persons for Reid & Southern Railroad
Letter: Mourns Loss of Trees on Port Blvd.