Sea Cliff's Campaign Season in Full Swing
Sea Cliff voters will be pulling the lever for their choice to fill two seats on the Village Board of Trustees as well as the mayor's position. This year, voters have a field of seven candidates from which to choose. The Civic Progress Party slate, which for years has had a monopoly on the ballot, will be joined by the New Village Party and the Our Town Party slates. Civic Progress is running incumbent Eileen Kennedy for trustee, incumbent Claudia Moyne for mayor and newcomer Paul Marchese for trustee. The New Village Party ticket is headed by Dom Candido for mayor, and Seth Eschen and Alex Terentiev for trustees. Eve Haim is the Our Town Party candidate for trustee.
Sea Cliff Village Board Meeting
The Sans Souci restaurant was the focal point of political debate during the Sea Cliff Village Board meeting on Feb. 20.
GCHS Big Red Track and Field Qualifiers
The Glen Cove High School indoor track and field team was well represented in the Nassau County Class B Championships held at Farmingdale University on Sunday, Feb. 11. Running in the 55 meter dash was Rich Tarver who ran a 7.08FAT (6.8) in the trials and a 7.08FAT (6.8) in the finals on the way to a 6th place finish.
Vikings Basketball Playoff Bound
That's right readers, rub your eyes if you will. But it's true. For the first time in over a decade the Viking hoopsters have qualified for the Nassau County Class B annual tournament. Riding the crest of a three game-winning streak to end the season, the North Shore men posted an 8-4 record in Conference B-III competition. A barometer of the intensity of that conference's level of competition is reflected in the final standings. Amazingly five, (5, V, cinco) teams in B-III finished 8-4.
Manager or Mayor, Which Is Better for Sea Cliff?
A Choice This March