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December 31, 1999

  • NEWS: City Council Provides Safety Net for Lobstermen

    On Dec. 28, the Glen Cove City Council voted to allow local lobstermen to store their lobster traps, ropes, buoys and, in some cases, boats in the city's impound yard on Shore Road and at the municipal sewage treatment plant. The agreement comes as a response to the recent crisis within the lobster industry which has caused serious financial strain on local lobstermen and their families. The crisis is a massive die-off of lobsters in Long Island Sound which scientists speculate is caused by a parasite. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Forum Sponsored by Glen Cove BOE

    The Glen Cove Board of Education invites all city residents to an open meeting on Jan. 6, 8 p.m. at the Glen Cove High School cafeteria. Dr. Richard Lerer, an expert consultant retained by the board to assist in the search for a new superintendent of schools, will explain his role and function in the process. Residents are urged to express their feelings on what they see as being key issues facing the Glen Cove School District that will need to be addressed by the new superintendent. Residents will also be given the opportunity to state the level of experience and personal characteristics the new superintendent should possess. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Sea Scout Ship 12 Cruises to Glen Cove

    Sea Scout Ship 12, Glen Cove, took delivery of their very own vessel on Sunday, Nov. 21. With an unseasonably mild day, three intrepid members of Ship 12 motor-sailed a 28 ft. Continental sloop from Long Island's south shore, around Coney Island, through New York Harbor and out into Long Island Sound. The 11-hour voyage was spent getting used to the new craft and enjoying the magnificent views of New York Harbor under a cloudless afternoon sky and bright Fall sunshine. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove Junior Bowling League Strikes Jan. 22

    The City of Glen Cove's Dept. of Parks and Recreation and Cove Lanes are once again teaming up to sponsor the Glen Cove Junior Bowling League on Saturday mornings beginning Jan. 22. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Fear Into Horror
  • OPINION: The Truth Must Hurt

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