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March 9, 2001

  • NEWS: Sea Cliff's Candidates Field Questions

    Interested voters were able to meet the Sea Cliff candidates on Feb. 28, in North Shore High School thanks to the efforts of the Sea Cliff Civic Association and moderator John Canning. Election day is March 20 with the mayor's position and two seats on the board of trustees available in what will be a rare vote for Sea Cliff, a one party town for almost two generations. Voters will chose their candidates from three parties; the Civic Progress Party, the New Village Party and the Our Town Party. Civic Progress is running incumbent Claudia Moyne for mayor; incumbent Eileen Kennedy for trustee and political newcomer Paul Marchese for trustee. The New Village Party candidates are Dom Candido for mayor; and Seth Eschen and Alex Terentiev for trustee. Our Town Party candidate Eve Haim is running alone for a seat on the board of trustees. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Campaign Comes to Board Meeting

    The upcoming March 20 Sea Cliff election will serve as a watershed event as it will be the first multi-party election in Sea Cliff's history. The campaign has already created a stir in the village, most recently focused upon a newspaper distributed by the New Village Party which has garnered a plethora of favorable reviews among residents. During the public comment portion of the March 5 Village Board meeting, the village's zoning board of appeals chairman and Civic Progress Party executive committee member, George Bevad, referred to the newspaper mailed to all Sea Cliff residents by the New Village Party. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: St. Rocco's Hoops Take First Place

    For the second year in a row, Glen Cove's St. Rocco fifth grade boys' basketball team has captured first place in its CYO division and has earned a buy in the first round of the upcoming playoffs. Moving up to the more difficult "B" division this year, St. Rocco's finished with an 11-1 record including wins over tough, local opponents such as St. Gertrude, St. Dominic and St. Mary. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: From the Glen Cove Jr. Soccer Goalpost

    Tiny Tots and Friends is a Glen Cove Junior Soccer League program for pre-K children and an adult friend learning the game of soccer together. All children born in 1996 are eligible and the fee is $35. Program dates are Sundays, April 22 through June 17, except May 27. Call Dan Cox, (674-3809 and leave a message), now to reserve a space. There will be no onsite registration. Registration will be closed on March 17. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Janet Bates-Wilkins Declares Candidacy for GC School Board
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