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February 8, 2002

  • News: Park Bond Vote Set for March 5

    Currently, the biggest news concerning the park is that the village will hold a vote on a $25 million bond act, scheduled for Tuesday, March 5. Prior to the vote, the village plans to hold public hearings on the matter. In fact, the village is holding regular meetings on park plans in general, including slide shows illustrating how certain areas of the park will look. Residents may call 621-4251 for updates on such meetings. FULL STORY

  • News: Gerry Exhibit at Bryant Library

    Last month, the Bryant Library hosted an exhibit by George Gach, the Hungarian-born sculpture who, for many years, was a resident of Roslyn. This month, the library will house an exhibit by Peggy Gerry, one of the village's more prominent citizens from the past five decades. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Undefeated Week for Roslyn

    As their season entered its final two weeks, the Roslyn High School boys basketball team defeated both Wantagh and New Hyde Park. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Park Plans May Be Costly Logo
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