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October 20, 2000

  • NEWS: Sea Cliff Village on Board With Ferry

    On Monday, October 16, the Sea Cliff Village Board met in the Sea Cliff Library with about 60 residents in attendance. Mayor Claudia Moyne opened the meeting, as always, with the Pledge of Allegiance, and asked for a moment of silence for the crew of the USS Cole. Mayor Moyne announced the appointment of Warren Griffin as village ombudsman. There is a detailed job description of the position available in Village Hall, but the mayor briefly explained that the position exists primarily to provide impartial assistance to any resident with an unresolved problem or issue that has reached an impasse. Trustee Phil Como added that the last line of the job description sums the position up. The Ombudsman is "viewed as a problem solver." The position is being vacated by trustee Como. Mr. Griffin can be reached through Village Hall. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Covello Charter School Application Released

    Robert Bellafiore, president of the Charter Schools Institute, has released, for public review, the 700-page redacted application for the proposed Leonard A. Covello charter school. The proposed school has been the subject of heated debate at board of education meetings, letters to the editor of this newspaper and is the focus of petitions and letter-writing campaigns against it. The Glen Cove Board of Education will announce a forum on the proposed school during its next public meeting on Monday, Oct. 23, 8 p.m. at Deasy School. The applicants will be invited to the forum. The application will be made available by the school district as soon as it is duplicated. Copies will be at the Glen Cove Public Library and in Thayer House. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: From the Glen Cove Jr. Football Gridiron

    The Pony Red team beat the Amityville South team, 27-18 and improved their record to 6-0. Glen Cove took the lead in the first quarter when halfback Anthony Bellock scored on a 15-yard run and then quarterback Corey Land hit tight end Kurt Cornelis with a pass on the extra point try making it 7-0. Glen Cove's offense then made some costly mistakes and turned the ball over twice in a row and failed to capitalize on their offensive drives. Glen Cove's defense was led by cornerback Gabby Lebron, played tough and kept Amityville off the board in the first half. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    The Glen Cove Varsity Football Team easily defeated Clarke High School on Saturday afternoon, 33-7. The game - billed as a match up between two contenders for Hofstra - turned out to be the Big Red's largest margin of victory. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Coalition to Oppose Charter School(s) in Glen Cove
  • OPINION: Defends Charter School Logo
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