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October 1, 1999

  • NEWS: Update on Mosquito Spraying

    Mayor Thomas Suozzi is currently lobbying Nassau County for essential mosquito spraying only. The City has been in contact with the Nassau County Health Department on the heels of numerous phone calls to city hall from residents reporting dead crows found at the Glen Cove golf course, the high school football field, and the Landing area. Officially, six birds were reported to the Glen Cove Department of Public Works, however residents are calling in with reports of finding dead birds up to three weeks ago. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: City Council Considers 2000 Proposed Budget

    The Glen Cove City Council burned the midnight oil Tuesday, Sept. 28, as they scrutinized the proposed 2000 budget during a public hearing. The proposed $22,675,443 spending plan includes no new taxes for the city's residents for a fifth consecutive year. The tax rate per $100 of assessed valuation is $21.15; the net assessed valuation is $70,017,846. Included in the budget, which Mayor Thomas Suozzi described as being conservative, is a salary increase, (from $7,500 to $10,000 a year), for each of the six city council members. The increase would be enjoyed by the members of the city council as of Jan. 1, 2000. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Big Red Tethers Owls, 20-7

    The Big Red Varsity Football Team pushed its season record to 2 - 0 this past Saturday by defeating Lynbrook High School 20-7. The team accomplished the feat without completing a pass. Behind the blocking of Paul Graziosi, Brad Beisler, Alex Carcui, Mike Peluso and Sean Basdavanos, the team rushed for 383 yards! FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Comanches Are Florida Tournament Champions

    Pitcher/first baseman Danny Matuzak, was unstoppable going 2 wins 0 losses and scoring eight runs. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Fire!
  • OPINION: Reasons to Vote for Suozzi



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