Friday, April 16, 2010

Podcast of Oyster Bay Main Street Association 2010 Member Meeting

A Member Meeting for Oyster Bay Main Street was held the evening of April 15, 2010, at the Oakcliff Sailing Center. Presentations were made by President Ellen Roché and Executive Director. Guest speakers not included on this video include David Waldo from The WaterFront Center and Dawn Riley from the Oakcliff Sailing Center. For more information, please visit

OBMSA Mission
Oyster Bay Main Street Association (OBMSA) is dedicated to enhancing and promoting an attractive and thriving downtown, while maintaining its historic integrity. We are a 501 (c) 3 Non-Profit using the national Main Street™ Approach to downtown revitalization.

OBMSA Vision
The inviting gateways to Oyster Bay, including the waterfront, Route 106, and the LIRR, lead to an aesthetically pleasing historic downtown. Visitors and residents alike are impressed by the artistic and cultural attractions, including appealing diverse restaurants and shops. Walking through the downtown, one can view public art and a pleasing streetscape, which provides outdoor seasonal dining. Museums and an accessible waterfront provide an engaging family-friendly experience.

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