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Memorial Day Festivities at Community Church Nursery School

Memorial Day is always a colorful sight at the Community Church Nursery School and this year was no exception. The children in all eight classes were excited to be in their Memorial Day Parade as they marched around the playground to All American music with their red, white and blue flags and decorations. After the parade the children gathered to […]

Board considering easing new business parking requirements



The Garden City Board of Trustees is considering changing parking requirements for new businesses on Seventh Street. A municipal zoning change aimed at alleviating the parking requirements was introduced at the May 4 Board of Trustees’ meeting by Superintendent of Building Ausberto Huertas. That was followed up two weeks later at the May 18 meeting with a presentation from Georges […]

HS science students impress board with research at annual symposium



Some of the busiest of Garden City’s teenagers showcased their talents at the High School Science Research program’s 11th annual symposium on Tuesday night. Members of their families, the Garden City community, schools’ administration and the school board vice president all enjoyed learning about the latest wave of bright scholars in the village and their passion for in-depth research and […]

Village hires consulting firm to review LIRR document



Nearly 60 days after then-Mayor Nicholas Episcopia participated in a joint press conference in New Hyde Park with local municipalities united against the LIRR Third Track project, the Village of Garden City has taken its first step in response to the project’s Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS). At the Board of Trustees’ May 18 meeting an update from one member […]

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Sports Roundup coming soon

On June 23rd we will be publishing our annual sports roundup section. This special section highlights the athletic achievements of Garden City youth. This year there are many high school teams that have made it to the playoffs, and we’d like to congratulate them all. We’d like to encourage coaches, league officials and parents send in photos and write-ups of […]

The Dirty Deal



To the Editor: Franklin Delano Roosevelt was a proponent of the” New Deal.” He and his administration helped our country emerge from the depths of the Great Depression. Harry Truman’s slogan was to offer Americans a “ Fair Deal.” But never before in our history have we been offered a “ Dirty Deal” and expected to keep quiet and follow […]

EPOA annual meeting on June 5



The Eastern Property Owners Association will hold its annual meeting on Monday, June 5th at 7:30PM at the Senior Center on Golf Club Lane. Come help honor former Mayor Nick Episcopia for his many years of service to the Village. There will be reports on a variety of issues from Village Trustees John Delany and Mark Hyer. School Board Trustee […]

CPOA year-end meeting, party at GC fire house



The Central Property Owners Association plans to finish off its fiscal year on June 13th at the Garden City Fire House on Stewart Avenue. It will be party time from 7-8 p.m. including snacks, ice cream, beverages, music, and good conversation with friends and neighbors followed by the introduction of the CPOA’s new President, Michael Tiedemann, as well as several […]

Memorial Day services held



Wine and cheese with the Garden City GOP Club



Please join the Garden City Republican Club for its Wine and Cheese Night on Tuesday, June 6th at 8 p.m. at the Garden City Senior Center on Golf Club Lane on Eleventh Street. The speaker will be Steve LaBriola, who is a candidate for Nassau County Comptroller. He will update the club on current fiscal matters while members enjoy wine […]