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June 11, 1999

  • NEWS: Glen Cove Earns A3 Bond Rating

    The City of Glen Cove received good financial news this week in the form of an upgrade to the city's bond rating from Baa1 to A3. This is the first time Glen Cove has broken into the A rating ranks since 1978. "We've known that the financial condition of the city had stabilized and improved tremendously in the past few years, but to hear it from an independent agency is very gratifying," said Mayor Thomas Suozzi. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Suozzi Will Seek Fourth Term

    Mayor Thomas Suozzi has announced that he will seek a fourth term in office with four incumbents who already comprise Team Glen Cove. Two newcomers have joined the Team, one of whom is a registered Conservative. Seeking re-election to the Glen Cove City Council are Dr. Albert Granger, MaryAnn Holzkamp, Joan Meehan and Michael Norman. Dr. Granger and Mrs. Meehan are seeking a third term. Mayor Suozzi and Mr. Norman are both going for a fourth term. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove High School Sports

    The Glen Cove high school baseball team finished its season with five players being honored by the Nassau County Baseball Coaches Association last week. Centerfielder Adelki Paulino, who led the team in hitting with a .424 average, was awarded All-County; Keith Hansen and Ricky Garcia made All-Conference. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Comanches Continue Winning Ways

    The Glen Cove Comanches asserted their dominance in the Long Island CYO League with a doubleheader sweep of St. Martin of Bethpage. In the first game, pitcher Richie Nelson tossed a 3-hit, 15-0 shutout with seven strikeouts. He helped his own cause by smacking a grand slam over the left field "monster" to bust the game open in the second inning. He also singled and doubled later in the game. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Please Contribute to the World War II Memorial
  • OPINION: $5 Million In Tax Certs; Another $1 Million + Next Year



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