Long Island Motor Parkway Preservation Society
The Long Island Motor Parkway Preservation Society met at 7:30 pm on Thursday, May 23, 2013 at the Bethpage Library. (8 comments)
From 1908 to 1910, the center of the auto racing world was a 200-yard strip of the Long Island Motor Parkway in the Hempstead Plains, now Levittown. (5 comments)
As part of the Town of North Hempstead Earth Day Celebration, over 40 people cleaned the historic Motor Parkway section in East Williston between Roslyn Road and the Oyster Bay LIRR tracks. (10 comments)
The fourth in our series of Friday mystery photos is a classic aerial of the Motor Parkway: Old Bethpage and Melville looking North. (6 comments)
Prominent Queens historian Robert Miller will be presenting “The Long Island Motor Parkway: A Trip Back in Time” at the next meeting of the Long Island Motor Parkway Preservation Society this Thursday. (7 comments)
Karen Miller of PATV (Public Access Television) has created this 14-minute video celebrating the history and restoration efforts for the Long Island Motor Parkway.
Special Presentation Tonight in Old Bethpage:“The history and preservation of the Garden City Lodge”
John Ellis Kordes, Village Historian for Garden City, will make a special presentation on "The history and preservation of the Garden City Lodge".
LevittownPatch/Newsday:Hempstead Town Board Denies Crocus Lane Development Plan on the Motor Parkway
Before a standing-room group of residents and several members of the Long Island Motor Parkway Preservation Society, the Town Board of Hempstead unanimously denied a petition to rezone a Levittown property for two-story 46-unit condos on the site of the Vanderbilt Cup Races' grandstands and press box from 1908 to… (7 comments)
Reporter Richard Tedesco interviewed me last week concerning my position as Town Historian for North Hempstead. This article will be appearing in upcoming issues of the Great Neck News, Williston Times and New Hyde Park Herald Courier and online at The Island Now. (6 comments)
Marc Hillman has provided this marvelous 12-minute video documenting the restoration of the Old Bethpage Motor Parkway Bridge located in the Old Bethpage Village Restoration. (5 comments)