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October 15, 1999

  • NEWS: $28 Million Cleanup for Superfund Site in Glen Cove

    On Oct. 4 the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a final cleanup plan for two properties that make up the Li Tungsten federal Superfund site on the North Shore waterfront of Long Island. The site is an old industrial section of the city overlooking Glen Cove Creek and is the centerpiece of the City's waterfront redevelopment strategy. Under the $28 million plan, approximately 47,000 tons of radioactive materials, as well as nearly 57,000 tons of chemically-contaminated soil, sediments and debris from the former tungsten processing facility will be removed and transported to appropriate off-site disposal facilities. In order to reduce the volume of material that will be disposed of as radioactive waste, special technologies will be used to separate radioactive materials from non-radioactive materials. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: A Routine Agenda Considered by City Council

    With Election Day three weeks away, the Glen Cove City Council met on Oct. 12 to address a routine agenda. Prior to the meeting, Mayor Thomas Suozzi and the city council announced the onset of Red Ribbon Week and Breast Cancer Awareness Month in Glen Cove. Mayor Suozzi announced that Staples will be opening on Nov.13 and that Swezey's Department Store will be fully enclosed by Oct. 30 with a grand opening scheduled before the holiday shopping rush. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: From the Glen Cove Jr. Football Gridiron

    Last week, the Glen Cove Cards hosted the Farmingdale Hawks and what a game it proved to be in the pouring rain. With the grounds saturated, a low-scoring game was inevitable. The Cards took first possession and moved the ball into Hawk territory, but turned the ball over on downs. Although the Cards and the hawks are both very improved teams from the first time they met early in the season, they couldn't get their offenses to move the ball well. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Vikings Beat Valley Stream N. in Close Game

    Last Saturday the North Shore Vikings beat Valley Stream North by a narrow margin with a final score of 14-12. North Shore's offense had a great game, Breck Archer and Ben Blackburn had a combined total of 167 rushed yards. North Shore's defense also played well in the game with Ben Blackburn making 16 tackles and Chris Yarocki with 12 tackles and 2 sacks. North Shore is now 2 for 2 in the season. Valley Stream North is 1 and 3. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Maccarone's Budget Statement Deceiving
  • OPINION: Tell Tom No

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