Thank You, Gentlemen

Thank You, Gentlemen

The Concordian Vol. III, 1954 – 1955   Thank You, Gentlemen by Pat Cleary In recent issues, the CONCORDIAN has had occasion to point with mixture of disappointment and anger to what appeared to be the indifference of town officials to the obvious danger of...
Much Ado About Something

Much Ado About Something

The Concordian Vol. III, 1954 – 1955   Much Ado About Something In the news pages of this issue, you will find a complete report of Reporter Pat Cleary’s investigation into the matter of the unused foundations and the trash piles in and around them. You...
Mr. Siegel Makes a Point

Mr. Siegel Makes a Point

The Concordian Vol. III, 1954 – 1955   Mr. Siegel Makes a Point Elsewhere in these pages, the CONCORDIAN tells the story of reporter Pat Cleary’s investigation into the matter of the abandoned foundations as well as the common dump nearby.  We have told the...
Foundations Become Town Issue

Foundations Become Town Issue

The Concordian Vol. III, 1954 – 1955   Foundations Become a Town Issue In response to a letter from the CONCORDIAN outlining the hazards of the unused foundations and asking for help in protecting Concord villagers therefrom, the Long Island Home Builders...
LAST MINUTE F-L-A-S-H-E-S

LAST MINUTE F-L-A-S-H-E-S

The Concordian Vol. III, 1954 – 1955 THE CONCORDIAN, November 1954 In response to a letter from the CONCORDIAN outlining the hazards of the unused foundations and asking for help in protecting Concord villagers therefrom, the Long Island Home Builders Institute,...
Unused Foundations Remain a Menace

Unused Foundations Remain a Menace

The Concordian Vol. III, 1954 – 1955 54 By Pat Cleary The ConcordianWest Islip L.I., N.Y.November, 1954      Having received several complaints about the unused foundations left on North Dyer Avenue by builders Irwin Chess and Nat Siegel, the CONCORDIAN spent...