Judge Rules Sea Cliff Election Stands
Just three hours before the Sea Cliff Village Board annual meeting, State Supreme Court Justice Bernard McCaffrey rendered his decision on a lawsuit filed by 23-year-old, second-year law student and Sea Cliff resident, Daniel Haim seeking to set aside the recent election to fill two seats on the Sea Cliff Village Board. Justice McCaffrey denied Mr. Haim's lawsuit and ruled that the alleged irregularities in the elections cited by Mr. Haim were not enough to set aside the March 21 election results. In his decision, Justice McCaffrey wrote, "The test is not perfection or if a more appropriate alternative could have been employed rather than placing masking tape over the smaller write-in windows.
Pippin at North Shore This Weekend
Pippin, the widely-acclaimed rock musical, struts on-stage at North Shore High School this Friday and Saturday, April 7 and 8. The Viking Masquers will revive the widely popular play with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. Curtain time is 8 p.m., admission is $5 for adults and $4 for students and senior citizens.
Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports
Chris Thaw beats a Viking defenseman to score for the Big Red. Photo by Bill Basdavanos
Vikings Lacrosse Has A Rocky Start
North Shore has started off their non league season with a gloomy 0-4 start. To get the Vikings prepared for their league games head coach Harvey Allen and assistant defense coach Kevin McLaughlin have scheduled a total of 10 non league games and scrimmages. North Shore is now averaging 2 games a week, which the team as well as the coaches are hoping will bring the Vikings up to where they want to be by the time league games begin.
Hypocrisy Watch: A Thumbs Up and a Thumbs Down
Bayville Resident Sets Record Straight