Glen Cove Dems Choose Holzkamp to Head Ticket
"Judge our team on our vision and years of accomplishment," said Councilwoman MaryAnn Holzkamp upon announcing her candidacy for mayor of Glen Cove at The Metropolitan Club last week. Holzkamp, who was introduced by Glen Cove Mayor Thomas Suozzi, is a four-term city councilwoman and Glen Cove businesswoman. She will be joined on the Democratic ticket by candidates for city council Anzelmo Graziosi, the city's current deputy mayor; Joseph Gioino, who is running for a second term; Tony Jimenez, also running for a second term; Joan Meehan, seeking a fourth term; Dr. Albert Granger, running for a fourth term and Michael Norman who is seeking a fifth term.
Tenure for North Shore Teachers
The first hour of the North Shore Board of Education meeting on Monday, June 4 was a celebration of tenure awarded to 13 North Shore teachers. Six teachers in the high school, Jennifer Imperiale, Francis Johnson, Maryalice Krauss, Kevin Mercier, Lisa Minicozzi and Ronald Schwartz; three teachers in the middle school: Dominick Gatti, Joseph LaMelza and Brian Seligman, and Assistant Principal Kathy Razzetti; one teacher from Sea Cliff School, Jason Hill; one teacher from Glenwood Landing School, Bridget Rooney; and elementary band teacher Arlene Taub were all given tenure appointments. Three teachers, Audra Berritto from Glen Head, and Andrea Cullen and Melissa Levy from Sea Cliff, who had been granted tenure in January, were also recognized and congratulated. All five principals and Performing Arts head, Tom Jones, had enthusiastic and heartfelt praise for what high school Principal David Seinfeld called a "bumper crop" of teachers.
The Golf Corner
Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports
On Sunday, June 3, the Glen Cove High School Booster Club hosted their annual, fun-filled day of "Anything Goes" at Glen Cove High School.
Shame On You
Take a Long Hard Look North Shore