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The long-awaited Ocean Breeze Track and Field Complex near South Beach could be subject to the same membership fees as other Parks Department facilities. 

The proposed annual membership fees are as follows:
•Children age 17 and under - Free
•Young Adults ages 18-24 - $25
• Adults ages 25-61 - $100
• Seniors age 62 and older - $25

Members gain access to the track and field areas of the complex, fitness rooms, and regularly scheduled recreational programs. If you feel the need to contest these fees or make your opinion known, there will be a public hearing this Thursday, June 25. Call 212-360-1355 to sign up and attend.

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Start counting down! After much delay, the Ocean Breeze Track and Field Athletic Complex is set to open soon.

The Parks Department announced that the complex is scheduled for "substantial completion" at the end of March, and should be ready for the public by early April. The sleek, glass-walled, 135,000 sq. ft. structure located on Father Capodanno Boulevard in South Beach will hold 2,500 spectators. The building will contain track, cardio, and fitness rooms, as well as a covered parking lot and surrounding landscape.

The $93 million construction project saw delays due to Hurricane Sandy, and the discovery that many concrete pilings were not strong enough to support the weight of the building.

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It's been over a year since the devestating Superstorm Sandy hit our Staten Island shores. while much progess has been made to rebuild, many homeowners throughout the beach communities have not been able to return to their homes. Thankfully, state buyout plans are currently expanding to additional neighborhoods. With previous success in areas like Oakwood Beach, it is the state's intention to buyout additional storm dagamed, flood zoned areas so that they may return to nature.

The most recent extention of the program is in Ocean Breeze. From Naughton to Seaview Avenue, and Quincy to Oceanside Avenue, rougly 129 homes are eligible for the program. Homeowners looking to opt-in to the buyout can expect full pre-storm value for their properites. Typically

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