Final HOV Lanes Opened on Long Island Expressway
Governor George E. Pataki was in Syosset on June 30 to announce the opening of 10 miles of High Occupancy Vehicle lanes on the Long Island Expressway between Exits 32 and 40 in the Towns of North Hempstead and Oyster Bay. The Governor's announcement marks the virtual completion of the $220 million final phase of the Long Island Expressway/High-Occupancy Vehicle (LIE/HOV) Capacity Improvement Project in Nassau County. The project's extensive highway improvements will help encourage car pooling and mitigate congestion on one of New York State's most heavily traveled roads.
Jericho Jewish Center Educational Director Retired
After 31 years as Educational Director of the Jericho Jewish Center Hebrew School, Samuel Goldberg was recently honored at an elegant retirement party. Over 200 congregants, including students, former students and teachers attended this joyful event. He received numerous accolades for his long and dedicated service to the children of the temple's Hebrew School.
Golf Outing Set in Brookville
Golfers will have the chance to win a $35,000 powerboat while teeing off against child abuse and neglect at Child Abuse Prevention Services‚ (CAPS) Seventh Annual Charity Golf Outing at 11:30 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 8 at the Tam O'Shanter Club in Brookville.
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