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Diocese presents scholarships to descendants of of slaves

At a Juneteenth celebration on June 19th, at the Cathedral of the Incarnation, the Right Rev. Lawrence C. Provenzano, Episcopal Bishop of Long Island, awarded $10,000 scholarships to eight college students with records of academic excellence and commitments to their communities.  The awards were the first scholarships from The Barbara C. Harris Scholars Program that was created this year by […]

Revenues rise in recreation, building departments


At the Board of Trustees June 16 meeting Village Treasurer Irene Woo discussed the Village’s revenues as the fiscal year draws to a close. She also discussed the fiscal year forecast which was developed in conjunction with village department heads during the 2 budgeting process in the first few months this year. Treasurer Woo noted that the forecast attempts to […]

Lead, water conservation dominate Environmental Advisory Board meeting 


Garden City’s Village Administrator, Ralph Suozzi, and H2M consultants, Joseph Todaro, P.E. and James Roberts, P.E., presented at the Environmental Advisory Board’s Water Information Session on June 8th at Village Hall.  An overview of the 2021 Village Drinking Water Report was followed by questions from the Environmental Advisory Board members and residents.  Three members of the Environmental Advisory Board (“EAB”) […]

Adelphi’s new university center becoming campus hub


It has been a year since the completion of an upgraded Ruth S. Harley center on the Adelphi University campus. The complex is quickly becoming a main hub for students, faculty and staff alike. The center includes many new amenities including upgraded food service areas, new meeting spaces, an art gallery, improved student lounge, renovated bookstore and upgrades to the […]

Residents share ideas for St. Paul’s at first town meeting


A ‘town hall’ style meeting was held at St. Paul’s Cluett Hall on Tuesday night to discuss potential future uses for the facility. The meeting was put together by the Mayor’s Committee on St. Paul’s. Village Officials, including Mayor Cosmo Veneziale, were on hand to discuss the structural integrity of the facility as well as answer resident’s questions. “Some of […]

Dog park debate delayed


Nearly one hour into the June 2 Village Board of Trustees’ meeting, dozens of residents who attended in-person were disappointed to learn that the Board would not be discussing a proposal to establish Garden City’s first dog park, which had been proposed for a village property in the Central section, at Second Street and Hilton Avenue. The item had appeared […]

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St. Paul’s Comm plans Town Hall meeting on June 21st

The Mayor’s Committee on St. Paul’s will be holding a Town Hall meeting on the Future of St. Paul’s on Tuesday, June 21st at 7:30 p.m. at Cluett Hall on the St. Paul’s campus. Members of the Committee will be available to discuss potential programming uses for the St. Paul’s Building and to answer questions. Attendees will hear remarks from […]

Board hires firm to study street flooding


Residents of Meadow Street were enthused that the Village plans to study the stormwater drainage in their area because they say that they experience flooding during major storms. At its meeting on June 2nd the Garden City Board of Trustees authorized an expenditure of $42,800 to engage consultants L.K. McLean Associates, P.C. of Hicksville. The firm will evaluate the existing […]

Final meeting for school board Pres., VP


During the final Board of Education meeting of the school year on June 14th, the District began with a goodbye dedicated to its President and Vice President before diving into student and faculty achievement of an award-winning year for the District. “Bill Holub has been serving on the Board since 2015, and for the past two years as our President. […]


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