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June 26, 1998

  • NEWS: Glen Cove Budget Fails/North Shore Budget Passes

    In a record turnout, voters in the North Shore School District overwhelmingly passed their 1998-'99 $43 million school budget on June 23- the second time a budget was offered. The official count in the re-vote is 1,876 "yes" and 1,396 "no" votes. This tally includes absentee ballots. Voters on their way to cast their ballots in the high school, were greeted with a demonstration by students urging them to vote yes and two people urging a no vote. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Regular Business as Americas' Sails In Glen Cove

    Two public hearings regarding the adoption of local laws preceded the opening of the June 23 Glen Cove City Council meeting. There were no comments offered, other than Mayor Thomas Suozzi's explanation regarding a local law opting out of the "Uniform Delinquent Tax Enforcement Act" and a local law adopting a Retirement Incentive Program. Through the efforts of State Senator Carl Marcellino, State Assemblyman David Sidikman and with the signature of Governor George Pataki on a special law, Glen Cove is being allowed to retroactively opt out of a law passed in 1993 and will continue to sell delinquent real property tax liens. During the change in administrations back in 1994, there was no communication from one administration to the other in reference to a change in state law prohibiting the public sale of tax liens. There was a window period to inform the state that the city wanted to opt out of the law and Glen Cove was not the only municipality in this situation. The situation has now been rectified. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Big Red Baseball Players Receive Awards

    Earlier this month three Glen Cove baseball players were honored for their achievements during the 1998 Varsity season by the Nassau County Baseball Coaches. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: To Make Glen Cove More Viable...
  • OPINION: Ferry Has Its Positives

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