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July 21, 2000

  • NEWS: Sea Cliff Village Board Rejects Metricom

    The Sea Cliff Village Board met on Monday, July 17 to a very large audience of residents. After calling the meeting to order, Mayor Claudia Moyne read a resolution stating in part that after several meetings with Metricom, and several public hearings with the residents of the village, the Board of Trustees concluded that there is no need for the services Metricom is offering, especially considering that not one resident has come forward in support of the plan. The board agreed unanimously. Later, during the public comments section of the meeting, Joe Krupinski brought the subject up, first thanking Tom Crowley for all the information he brought to the public's attention regarding health risks involved with the Metricom System, and also to ask why the board-appointed technology committee found no reason to turn the offer down on the basis of its being a risk to the public health. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Questions Abound on Proposed Charter School

    The second of four informational meetings regarding the proposed Dr. Leonard Covello Charter School for Glen Cove was held on July 12 by its organizing committee. The committee members are with the Association of Italian American Educators (AIAE). Each meeting has had less than 25 people in attendance, with the majority of people being part of the AIAE. The July 12 meeting was essentially a repetition of the information given during the first meeting, however questions and tensions ran high. Some of the questions were regarding the committee's true motives for the proposed charter school, with one resident saying it seems that it will it be an Italian parochial school funded by public tax dollars. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove Jr. Baseball/Softball Update

    In a classic and deciding third game, the Testa Landscaping Devil-Rays defeated the Dodge-Thomas Marlins 10-9 to capture the Junior Girls World Series. After dropping the first game, the D-Rays came back to win the second game setting up the thrilling third game. The D-Rays started the scoring as Nina Jimenez and Amanda Mariana hit back-to-back home runs in the second inning. It was Jimenez's third home run of the series. The Devil-Rays added three more runs to take a 5-0 lead only to see the Marlins come back and take a 9-8 lead after five innings. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove Comanche Wrap Up

    On June 29 the Glen Cove Comanches took on The Baymen "B" team. Kevin McGuire on the hill for the first time this season. McGuire picked up his first win pitching three innings with three k's allowing two hits 0 runs, in a 10-0 Comanche's win. Giuseppe Gallizzi came on to pick up the save going two innings fanning five allowing one hit. Danny Matuzak had a single and double with two RBI's. Robert Tartaro chipped in two hits adding three RBI's. FULL STORY

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