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March 17, 2000

  • NEWS: Issues Facing the Glen Cove Board of Education

    The Glen Cove Board of Education held a special meeting on March 13 in the high school. As the meeting progressed, the board set the agenda for next week, heard a report from Robert Desiano, the district's coordinator of computer services, voted on several items and offered a discussion on the proposed budget's instructional program allotments. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Ferry Litigation Update

    In what appears to be an overwhelming taxpayer revolt, Sea Cliff residents are flocking to the doors of the Sea Cliff Taxpayers' Association to demonstrate their opposition to the financing of the ferry litigation by Sea Cliff's officials. Sea Cliff Taxpayers Association, (SCTA), President Joseph E. Reilly, Jr. said in response to a community wide mailing, "Frankly, I am shocked at the incredible response we have received from residents of this community. The sentiment opposed to the lawsuit Sea Cliff has brought against Glen Cove is running greater than 95 percent. While I expected a majority to be against the use of taxpayer money to finance this litigation, I never imagined the opposition to be nearly universal," Reilly said. "If Mayor Moyne and her trustees are not getting the message, this community is in very serious trouble indeed." FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: North Shore High School Vikings Sports

    The New York State Public High School bowling tournament was held on March 4. North Shore High School junior Victoria Rober was one of six bowlers making up the Nassau County Women's All Star team. Vicki and her teammates from all over the county finished in second place. This was the highest finish for a Nassau women's all-star team. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Invaders Win Division

    The Glen Cove Invader's Girls 18 and Under Fastpitch Team won their division in the winter Hauppauge League with a 7-1 final record. The Division winners completed a double header sweep on Saturday. 5-4 and 9-0 with the emergence of Lisa Kasyjanski taking her first win and Tanyia DeJesus backing her up in the second game with a no-hitter. The 5-4 win was characterized by hard hitting led Meaghan Deangelis with two creaming doubles collecting three RBI's and strong defensive play at third base. Tanyia led the team with three hits, one close to an automatic line-drive home run off the centerfield wall. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Shared Ferry Anxiety
  • OPINION: If You Can't Stand the Heat... Logo
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