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Kroplick’s Chrysler wins at Americana

A 1937 Chrysler C-15 LeBaron Town Car owned by East Hills village resident Howard Kroplick won “Best in Show” at the 10th annual Concours d’Elegance luxury auto show on Sunday at the Americana Manhasset shopping center.

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Daniel Gale opens Americana sales office
Posted: October 16, 2014

Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty opened its second office in Manhasset on Sunday at the Americana Manhasset shopping center to coincide with the 10th annual Concours D’Elegance international auto show.

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GN lawyer wins historic settlement
Posted: October 16, 2014

Great Neck resident and lawyer Jennifer Polovetsky made history last week when her Manhattan-based firm won a $35 million eminent domain settlement from the state Department of Transportation on behalf of a Mapseth-based manufacturing company, the largest eminent domain settlement in state history. 

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Vote nears on Estates housing
Posted: October 16, 2014

Great Neck Estates residents on Monday urged the village board of trustees to immediately approve a proposed 41-unit apartment building at the intersection of Middle Neck Road and Clover Drive that would primarily serve seniors. 

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An eye for some high-end finds
Posted: October 16, 2014

A collection of high-end tables, desks, chairs, shelves and armoires fill most of the walking space in a garage off the back side of Lumber Road, tucked away off Old Northern Boulevard in the Village of Roslyn.

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GN attorney makes ‘Super Lawyers’ list
Posted: October 16, 2014

Great Neck resident and lawyer David Peirez, one of the first board members of the Nassau County Interim Finance Authority, has been named to the annual New York Super Lawyers list for the sixth consecutive year. 

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GN westbound LIRR platform to reopen
Posted: October 16, 2014

Parts of the westbound platform of the Great Neck Long Island Rail Road station and the Barstow Road staircase are expected to reopen on Oct. 20, after months of repairs to increase the elevation of the platform. 

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