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September 25, 1998

  • NEWS: City Council to Vote on Reassessment

    At press time, Wednesday afternoon, the Record-Pilot learned that Mayor Thomas Suozzi and the City Council would be voting Wednesday evening on taking the first step toward the reassessment of the City's real property. On the agenda for Wednesday's city council meeting was an item requesting the controller to seek proposals from qualified companies to reassess the city's tax base. The result of the vote will be reported in next week's edition of this newspaper. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Right to Life Party Chooses Dr. Joseph Cassin for State Assembly

    Dr. Joseph Cassin of Glen Cove has been designated the Right to Life candidate for the New York State 13th Assembly District. Dr. Cassin was a two-term Democrat member of the Glen Cove City Council from 1984-1988. In 1990, he resigned the Democratic leadership of Glen Cove because of the Nassau County Democratic Committee's and National Democratic Party's pro-abortion agendas. "The most impoverished of our society are those who have no voice to speak for them. I am honored to advocate life issues, and to demand accountability of the Democratic incumbent's efforts to ban debate on partial birth abortion, and the Republican Gubernatorial candidate's adoption of Democratic pro-choice politics. The Right to Life line in the 13th district will be an opportunity for all citizens to advocate life issues." FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: From the Glen Cove Jr. Football Gridiron

    The Cardinals Midget White Team won its second game of the season on Sept. 20 in Levittown with a shut-out, 18-0, against the Levittown Black Team. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove Invaders Begin Fall Season

    The Glen Cove Invaders, an 18 and Under girls softball team, began the fall season with a doubleheader sweep of the Long Island Spartans at Maccarone Memorial Stadium on Sept. 20. The first game saw Invaders pitcher Taynia DeJesus toss a one-hitter, with 12 strikeouts, as Glen Cove won 11-2. After spotting the Spartans two runs in the first inning, catcher Julissa Rodriguez hit a bases-clearing triple to break the game open in the bottom of the second inning for the Invaders. Second baseman Paige Verducci went 2 for 3, with two runs scored, while shortstop Joan Starkman scored three runs, going 2 for 3. Left fielder Lindsey Trimarchi also went 2 for 3 with a double. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Response to Bruce Schor
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