Record Attendance at Sea Cliff Village Board Meeting
A formidable number of Sea Cliff residents, many of whom remarked that it was great to see so many involved neighbors, attended the Sea Cliff Village Board meeting on Monday, June 5. At the meeting, Trustee Ted Kopczynski announced his resignation from the board, effective immediately. He stated that he has been offered a new position to advance his career which would require more of his time. "At this point in my life this type of opportunity does not come along often," said Mr. Kopczynski. He spoke of his deep esteem for the mayor and his fellow trustees, saying he will miss working with them but once he is settled in his new position, he hopes to have more free time to donate to the Village. "I love this village; I have Sea Cliff blood in my veins," said Mr. Kopczynski.
Finley Students Spark New Tobacco Law
As part of their health and physical fitness curriculum, Finley Middle School fifth and sixth grade students in Mr. Johanson's and Mr. Tripp's health classes studied the negative effects of tobacco use on the body and the peer pressure imposed upon students who choose not to smoke. As the students continued with their classwork, they came to the conclusion that from the looks of the models featured in advertisements for tobacco products, the models obviously don't use them. That led to a discussion in class on how tobacco advertising uses manipulating tactics in luring consumers, especially younger ones, to use their product.
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