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April 30, 1999

  • NEWS: Condo Blight Out of Sight

    Once again, Glen Cove celebrated Earth Day in a unique way. And once again, the festivities were a blast. This year, Mayor Thomas Suozzi and Peter Robertson, the deputy administrator of the US Environmental Protection Agency, signed a landmark agreement on April 22 which will expedite the cleanup of Captain's Cove property on Garvies Point Road. Just a half hour later, at high noon, the mayor detonated explosives situated by Precision Demolition within the empty shells that were to have been the Captain's Cove Condominiums. Both building shells were reduced to rubble in eight seconds. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Budget Review Continues at North Shore

    With this year's budget vote set for May 18, the North Shore School Board continues to review and revise the proposed budget for 1999/2000. At the board meeting on April 19 discussions continued on many items within the 80+ page budget. Many residents attended the early part of the meeting to make statements concerning personnel changes and support for the North Shore Youth Council. Parents from Glen Head and many students of the 5th grade spoke on behalf of their current 5th grade teacher who is scheduled to be replaced this month by the returning teacher who has been out on leave. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: The Champion Glen Cove Cardinals at 7-1-1

    The Glen Cove Cardinals 12 and under baseball team finished the regular season in third place at 7 wins, 1 loss and 1 tie. In the first round of the playoffs they defeated the Hauppauge Playball home team who were seeded sixth by a score of 15-3 and in the second round the team defeated second seed Massapequa, 7-5 to advance to the championship game where they met top seed Hauppauge Yankees. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove High School Sports

    The boys' varsity tennis team won their third straight game on April 21, defeating North Shore High 6-1. Before that the Big Red defeated Oyster Bay 6-0 and East Meadow 5-2. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Where Have You Gone, Joe DiMaggio?
  • OPINION: Mayor's Tactics

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