Sentence Imposed in Canine Mistreatment Case
On Oct. 2, City Court Judge Richard McCord sentenced Manhattan Administrative Law Judge Marilyn Shapiro, who lives on East Island, to 750 hours of community service to be exclusively served at the Glen Cove Animal Lovers League. Ms. Shapiro has paid the City of Glen Cove $5,000 in fines and will pay a total of $5,100 in restitution all of which are related to her mistreatment of 11 dogs on premises she owned that were rat infested, neglected and littered with feces.
Mini Mart Spurs Maxi Complaints
Every year the Village of Sea Cliff is the setting for the Mini Mart, a North Shore Kiwanis fund raiser the proceeds of which benefit children's charities. The Kiwanis club sells spots to vendors, puts up signs and is responsible for the cleanup afterwards. Everything else is under the auspices of the village and/or the Nassau County Police Department. This year's Mini Mart was held last Sunday, and it became a topic of discussion during the Oct. 2 village board meeting.
Vikings Come Through in the Clutch
The North Shore Vikings had a great recovery win from their previous game against Cold Spring Harbor varsity football team, the Sea Hawks. Last Thursday the Vikings hosted a game to the now (1-2) Valley Stream North Spartans defeating them 16-10 in the final minutes of the game. Though the North Shore Vikings were down most of the game, a combined team effort gave them the go ahead touchdown, which was run in by junior Josh Micelotta #23 in the last two and half minutes of the fourth quarter. The Vikings who are now (2-1) are ranked sixth among their conference out of thirteen other competing teams.
Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports
Glen Cove School District is gearing up for "Homecoming 2000."
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