NYSDEC Public Meeting March 2
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will hold an informal public information meeting on March 2, 7 p.m. at the Finley Middle School, Glen Cove. The DEC will discuss the upcoming environmental investigation of the RonHill Cleaners Inactive Hazardous Waste site, 71 Forest Avenue at Bryce Avenue, in Glen Cove.
Canine Chateau Judge Says Not Guilty
Last month, Glen Cove police officers and code enforcers responded to a myriad of complaints lodged by neighbors of an abandoned house at 19 Eastland Drive on East Island. The complaints were nothing new for the neighbors: barking dogs, rat infestation on the premises, feces and urine odors were among the least of their concerns. The result of the raid on the house was the removal of 11 dogs, black Labs and golden retrievers, who were taken to either the city's animal shelter or to a local veterinary hospital. The dogs were kept in the house without heat, food or potable water. One of the dogs had to be euthanized.
Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports
The Big Red basketball team was recently seeded fourth in the upcoming county playoffs. This high seed was due to Glen Cove's strong showing as they won eight out of the last nine games. Two of the biggest games came this past week, on Tuesday evening, before a packed house, Glen Cove revenged their only setback of the last month by beating previously undefeated Floral Park 58-54.
Are You Ready for Golf? We Are!
Applications for resident golf permits for the 2000 season are now available. The administration office at the golf course will be open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for processing golf memberships.
Air Travelers Protect Your Rights
A Letter From Sea Cliff Mayor Claudia Moyne