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May 14, 2004

  • News: Village of Manorhaven to Sell Property Adjacent to Village Hall

    According to a recent letter to all Manorhaven residents from Mayor Nicholas Capozzi, the Manorhaven Board of Trustees has made a decision to sell an 8-9,000-square-foot piece of property owned by the Village at the corner of Ashwood Road and Manorhaven Boulevard (usually referred to as the "Ashwood property." Mayor Capozzi wrote, "The Board intends to use substantially most [sic] of the proceeds from this sale to finance the rehabilitation and reconstruction of the Village Hall and Garage, facilities which are in desperate need of expansion and upgrade." Preparatory to the sale, a resolution of the Manorhaven trustees declared the property (Section 4, Block 74, and parts of Lots 6-10) to be 'surplus' and "not required by the Village for any governmental or other public purpose." FULL STORY

  • News: BOE/LWV Candidates Night

    The League of Women Voters of Port Washington/Manhasset sponsored its annual Candidates Night for the contestants in the upcoming Port Washington School Board elections last week. All those seeking election to the school board were invited and citizens urged to come, ask questions and learn about the candidates. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Boys Baseball Looking for a Comeback

    It's definitely been a season of surprises for the Port Baseball team. Suffering through a rough patch of losses and when it looked like the season was one to forget, the boys turned it around. With a three game sweep of rival Farmingdale, Port finds itself only a few wins away from a playoff spot. FULL STORY

  • Sports: On the Bay

    The frostbite season is over - well almost. There is one more event that will take place tomorrow evening, Friday, May 14. The Annual Awards Dinner and Ceremony will be an especially festive occasion this year because Virginia Seymour will present the first annual Howard G. Seymour Perpetual Trophy, in memory of her husband who was an avid frostbiter. The Winter Sports Committee will present the trophy to a frostbite crew, skipper or Race Committee participant who best demonstrates dedication, desire and enthusiasm for the sport of winter racing. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: The Roman Empire and The School of Life
  • Opinion: Board Member Responds to Criticism Logo
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