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March 24, 2000

  • NEWS: Krieb, Como Elected; Election Irregularities Alleged

    The official results in the March 21 election for two seats on the Sea Cliff Village Board of Trustees were reported by Village Clerk Nancy Rose as follows: Phil Como, 334; Eileen Krieb, 428; Robert Reynolds write-in votes, 192; absentee write-in votes, 1. Other write-in vote tallies are as follows: Vito Capuco, 1; S.R. Collins, 1; Reilly, 1; R. Brenner, 1; Robert Redford, 1; P. Grella, 1; Roller Hollis, 1; William Grella-1. The Civic Progress Party, the only political party in Sea Cliff, chose not to nominate incumbent trustee Robert Reynolds in this year's election which triggered an aggressive Reynolds for Trustee write-in campaign and the assertion by trustee Ted Kopczynski during a recent village board meeting that the Civic Progress Party made an error in judgment in not nominating Mr. Reynolds. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Ferry Litigation Update

    Justice Ute Lally has adjourned court proceedings until March 28 regarding the lawsuit filed by the North Shore Environmental Alliance and the Village of Sea Cliff against the City of Glen Cove related to the operation of a high-speed ferry service. On March 28, the case will be fully briefed and Justice Lally has agreed to render an expedited decision. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    The Boys' Varsity Lacrosse Team opened the spring season on Saturday, with a win over the Mineola Mustangs, 6-3. After a Mineola goal, James Robbins put the Big Red on the scoreboard, tying the score at one, in the first quarter. Robbins then assisted on Jon Torres' first goal of the day, putting the Big Red out ahead to stay. Defenseman Dave Graziosi added another first half goal, as the Big Red led 3-2 at the half. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Chery Webb to Be Inducted Into Glen Cove Hall of Fame

    The Green Vale School's Director of Girls Athletics Chery Webb will be formally inducted into the Glen Cove Hall of Fame this May. Her name will be added to the Hall of Fame monument at John Maccarone Memorial Stadium. She joins others who have made outstanding contributions to sports as performers, coaches or administrators. Chery has been at the Green Vale School for more than 30 years and is to be congratulated for all of the energy, experience and inspiration she brings to the girls' athletics program at Green Vale. FULL STORY

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