Sea Cliff Chooses Status Quo
On March 20, in the largest turnout in the village's election history, Sea Cliff voters elected Civic Progress party candidates Claudia Moyne for mayor, incumbent Eileen Kennedy for trustee and political newcomer Paul Marchese for trustee. Prior to Election 2001, the largest voter turnout for Sea Cliff had been 1,600. Political newcomer and New Village Party mayoral candidate Dom Candido brought out nearly 1,700 voters and managed to capture 46 percent of the vote in this, the first ever contested election.
Another Proposal for Downtown Glen Cove
Avalon Bay Communities appeared before the Glen Cove Planning Board on Tuesday, March 20, for a preliminary review of site plan and special use permit regarding two proposed luxury apartment buildings; one with 100 units to be located adjacent to the Acclaim Building on Glen Street and the other with 235 units to be located on the former Eisenstadt's and OTB properties along the Arterial Highway. The targeted income group for these apartments are people earning over $110,000 a year. The two proposed projects would reflect a $55 million investment by Avalon Bay and, according to Jay Addison, the director of development for Avalon, a $900,000 payment in permit fees to the city and its agencies. The company will spend $50,000 to improve the wetlands behind the Glen Street property.
GCHS Kickline Earns Trophy
On Sunday, March 11, the Glen Cove High School Kickline competed in the Long Island Scholastic Kickline Championships held at Nassau Community College. Having placed third on Jan. 14 and fourth on Feb. 4, the hard-working team knocked out their previous opponents by clinching second place in their division out of eight other teams and brought home a beautiful trophy!
Glen Head/Glenwood Landing Bowling League Strikes for AHRC
The Case for Greater State Aid for Glen Cove Schools
Response to Nassau, Suffolk, Southern Westchester Paper