Glen Cove Requests Proposals for Waterfront
On Oct. 31, Mayor Thomas Suozzi announced that Glen Cove is ready to receive proposals for the development of 50 acres of prime waterfront property. The land is located along the north side of Glen Cove Creek and was the former home of Superfund sites, heavy industry and an incinerator. The area, which has been recognized as a national model for Brownfields redevelopment, is one of the nation's largest markets being offered in a Request for Proposals, (RFP). The RFP seeks $150 million in private investment consistent with the city's Master Plan. The contents of the RFP were approved by members of the CDA/IDA last week, after they first scrutinized its contents at length.
Bomb Scare at Deasy Elementary School
A 36-year-old female Glen Cove resident, the parent of a Deasy School student was arrested and charged with falsely reporting an incident, second degree, after she called in several bomb threats to the Deasy School. Detective Steve Vetrone made the arrest.
Comanches Advance on Nelson's and Casale's Plays
The Comanches won a tough 1-0 game vs. Levittown at home on Sunday, Oct. 22, to advance in the fall league. Richard Nelson pitched a masterpiece, improving his record to 2 wins, l loss, striking out 5, and allowing 4 hits, 0 runs in 7 innings. In this fast-paced drama, Paul Casale's RBI single, scored Nelson from second base. Casale's hit proved to be the game winner. T.J. Rodriguez had 2 hits in his comeback and played a strong 1st base. Glen Cove's other 3 hits were from Ricky Garcia, Drew Isaacson and Kristopher Osborne. Robert Tartaro threw a runner out who was trying to steal third base to end the game, and stop this rally. Steve Abbondandolo played a strong centerfield.
Glen Cove High School Sports
The Glen Cove Girls Varsity Soccer Team recently completed a very successful season. The team finished with two strong shutout efforts as they defeated Roslyn 3-0 and Sewanhaka 3-0. The team ended the season in 3rd place with a league record of 6-5-1 and an overall record of 8-6-2.
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