ave concerns and questions regarding the Casino Development proposal and its potential impact on our community. We are working to gather additional information for residents and trying to set-up a Town Hall meeting with experts and elected officials so that we can all hear more about the proposal. To this end, we ask that residents complete the following brief survey to help us get feedback on what concerns and questions you have about the project at the Nassau Coliseum site: https://s.surveyplanet.com/8flg7jnc Below are the results as of January 25th. Results will be updated as more responses come in.
For up/-to-date information on the LIRR- HUB transit project visit http://nassauhubtransit.com WELCOME TO THE NASSAU HUB TRANSIT INITIATIVE WEBSITEThe Nassau Hub Transit Initiative will identify and evaluate alternatives for the provision of bus rapid transit (BRT) service to address congestion and create enhanced connectivity between major destinations in the Nassau Hub area and the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR). The Nassau Hub, which includes the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum site, is home to multiple commercial, downtown, and institutional activity centers that will benefit from expanded transit access. The County’s new study, referred to as the Alternatives Analysis (AA) Update, will…
The Village of Garden City is currently conducting a transportation study focused on reducing speeding and dangerous driving. The goal of the study is to create a Traffic Calming Master Plan for the Village of Garden City. This plan will provide the Village recommendations for policies and projects intended to calm traffic and improve pedestrian safety. Project website is at https://gardencitytrafficcalming.com/It is very important that your concerns about traffic hot spots be communicated to the village. A quick and easy online survey is available at this link: tinyurl.com/garden-city-surveyThe survey is only open until November 2, 2022 so please complete the survey as soon as possible. …
Re-use vs Demolition https://www.gardencityny.net/index.asp?SEC=8CE1EBEB-0494-40B1-B211-2703BF709234&DE=E44EEB5D-4E93-48E0-9520-9A813C49AD18&Type=B_BASIC
Click on the title to see an analysis done by Larry Quinn (GC Environmental Advisory Board).
The Property Owners’ Associations of Garden City wish to congratulate Joseph Sileo, William O’Donohue and Arthur Gnecco on their election as Garden City School Board Trustees. Garden City residents made their voices heard at the High School on May 17, 2022 with an overwhelming turnout and convincing results. Gnecco versus current Board president William Holub 2,132 to 1,311. O’Donohue versus Colleen Foley 2,119 to 1,373. Sileo, running unopposed, received 2,676 votes. We wish to thank Colleen Foley and William Holub for their volunteerism and all residents for their support and engagement. Over the past few years, a growing contentiousness has engulfed…
The POAs and candidates thank you for your support and congratulate the winners. click on the title to see the breakdown of in person and absentee ballot votes.
Sound bites can be powerful – and misleading. Our community is being bombarded with misinformation on social media and letters to the editor negating the value of our POAs and how they work for our residents in collaboration with Village services, the Mayor and Board of Trustees.Here are just a few examples of how the POAs responded and supported residents after a concern was raised:• Traffic safety issues were raised at a CPOA meeting which resulted in the initiation of a traffic study for the Central section. This report will be presented shortly and the GC POAs plan to utilize…