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Update on Mill Pond Project

Written by Jackie Pierangelo Friday, 31 July 2009 00:00
The Town of North Hempstead undertook the task of dredging the Mill Pond on Shore Road. Port News spoke with TONH Councilman Fred Pollack and he reviewed what the project entails and updated us on its status.

He said that the dredging involves the removal of silt from the bottom of the pond. This silt has accumulated over the years and made the pond much more shallow.

 

Innovative Multiberth Kayak Float Debuts at Manhasset Bay Kayak Run

Friday, 24 July 2009 00:00

Thanks to an innovative float the town recently installed at the town dock, the growing numbers of kayakers across the town, including the scores predicted to participate in next month’s fifth annual Manhasset Bay Kayak Run, can expect an easier and safer launch.

Designed and built by carpenter John Alosio, a longtime Town of North Hempstead Parks Department employee, the new float stationed on the south side of the town dock can accommodate the simultaneous launching of three crafts.

 

League of Women Voters Holds Annual Meeting

Written by Dolores Kazanjian O’Brien Friday, 24 July 2009 00:00

Albany Representatives Describe ‘Sunshine’ Websites

At the annual meeting of the League of Women Voters (LWV) of Port Washington-Manhasset, representatives from State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo’s office and from Comptroller Tom DiNapoli’s office were the featured speakers. Brian P. Herrington, the Attorney General’s Office assistant director of Intergovernmental Affairs and Assistant Comptroller Joseph Ruggiero described two of the new “transparency” programs that provide easy electronic access to statewide government information that up until now has been scattered and difficult to retrieve. This part of the meeting was open to the public.
 

League of Women Voters Honors Edna Vincenti

Written by Dolores Kazanjian O’Brien Friday, 17 July 2009 00:00
The League of Women Voters (LWV) of Port Washington-Manhasset recently honored longtime activist Edna Vincenti. The event was graciously hosted by Angela and Scott Jaggar at their Sands Point home. Officers and members of the local and county LWV, public officials, and community leaders gathered to pay tribute to this woman who has contributed so much to the LWV and to the formulation of public policy.
 

Village of Port North Project Update

Friday, 17 July 2009 00:00

(Ed.’s note: We asked the Village of Port Washington North to update the community on the status of the Bay Walk project and to explain why there is so much heavy equipment on Shore Road. Here’s what they wrote. –JP)

Many residents of the community must be wondering “What’s with all the road closings and heavy equipment along the waterfront?” Here’s an update from Port Washington North.

 

100th Anniversary of Landmark’s Home

Friday, 10 July 2009 00:00

Spotlight Gala ’09 November 7

The fifteenth annual gala benefit for Landmark on Main Street will take place on Saturday evening, Nov. 7, with a special performance by Broadway’s leading lady Kelli O’Hara and a post-concert celebration in the tented Spotlight Club. Angela and Scott Jaggar and Phyllis and Joel Joseph will be honored for their tremendous contributions to the organization. The gala chairs are Leslie and Andrew Abramowitz, May Newburger, and Judith and Morton Sloan. The honorary chairs are Angela Susan Anton, Claudia Caruso Rouhana, Jane and Robert Harding, Lillian McCormick, and Frank Ullman. Kelli O’Hara’s performance is generously underwritten by Dot and Ed Slade in celebration of Ed’s 65th birthday.

 

Dolphins Have Returned to Our Waterways

Friday, 10 July 2009 00:00

Attributed to Improved Water Quality

The pod of some 150 or more bottlenose dolphins sighted last week in Hempstead Harbor off Glen Cove feasting on large schools of herrings and smaller bait fish is an encouraging sign, some say, that the area’s water quality has improved.

 

Modified Waterfront District Approved By North Hempstead Town Board

Written by Bob Hogan Friday, 03 July 2009 00:00

Vote on Parking Garage ‘Stricken’ From Last Week’s Agenda

On Wednesday, June 23 the Town of North Hempstead board held a hearing in front of an overflow audience to continue discussions on the establishment of a waterfront business district. The draft legislation, which was proposed by Councilman Fred Pollack, was to cover the Port Washington waterfront in two segments. The north segment, known as zoning district-section 1, would cover waterfront activities from west of Sunset Park south to Dolphin Green. The south portion known as zoning district- section 2 would cover lots presently occupied by the Port Washington Yacht Club. After a lengthy hearing the board unanimously adopted two resolutions: 1) the creation of a new waterfront business district and 2) excluding section 2 pending further discussions. The possibility remained that both sections might be consolidated in the waterfront district at a later date.
 

No Rain on the Parade of the Schreiber High School Class of 2009

Written by Jackie Pierangelo Friday, 03 July 2009 00:00
Though the class of 2009’s commencement took place during the soggiest June in recent memory, the rains held off as soon as the graduates walked onto the field, as the bittersweet melody of Pomp and Circumstance was played by the Schreiber High School Band directed by John Meyer.
 

Johnson/Schimel Legislation to Enable Port Schools to Recover $1.4 M Passes Legislature

Wednesday, 24 June 2009 14:22

Bill Passed Senate/Assembly; Needs Governor's Approval To Become Law

The state legislature passed a bill sponsored by Senator Craig M. Johnson, (D-Port Washington,) and Assemblywoman Michelle Schimel, (D-Great Neck), that would enable the Port Washington Union Free School District to recover an estimated $1.4 million in state funding.

 

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