Syosset Week in Review: April 29-May 5

Turn in kosher caterer battle, Syosset pitches shut out against Port, and more.

Headline of the Week: Latest Round in the Kosher Controversy

Woodbury Jewish Center is moving forward with their efforts to evict Morrell Caterers from their property following Friday's court ruling that left them in place.

Morrell Caterers won a round in their fight to avoid eviction from the Woodbury Jewish Center premises, according to a New York State Supreme Court decision on Friday.

This week in Syosset sports:

Syosset beat Farmingdale, 10-0 in baseball Thursday. Junior pitcher Jake Laine threw a complete-game shutout as Syosset raised its record to 6-5, matching Farmingdale's in league play.

Syosset won a double-overtime thriller against Port Washington Tuesday, 10-9. The Braves are now second in the conference and with a 6-1 record.

This game had personal implications for head coach Tom Rooney, who spent the last 14 years on the Syosset sidelines as the Braves’ defensive coordinator.

This week in government:

A Residents for a More Beautiful Syosset representative formally asked Town of Oyster Bay officials at Tuesday's board meeting to continue improving Syosset's downtown area. Calling the intersection just north of the LIRR station a "free-for-all," Laura Schultz asked the town to ensure residents' safety by caring for the infrastructure.

Be sure to set out a clean, white shirt, pants, or dress to wear the Thursday after Memorial Day. Town of Oyster Bay officials declared May 31 "Wear White for Clean, Fresh Air Day" at their board meeting Tuesday.


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