A Partnership for Education in Glen Cove
The Glen Cove Board of Education will launch the coming school year in an unprecedented partnership forged during the July 2 school board meeting. After two years of volatile campaigns by persons seeking a position on the school board, the two sides emerging from those campaigns have come to a meeting of the minds.
Legislator Muellers Looks to Continue With the Politics of Reality
On June 16, Nassau County Legislator Brian Muellers, (D., Glen Cove), made his bid for re-election official with members of the press. Legislator Muellers, whose constituency includes his hometown Glen Cove and much of the North Shore, is seeking a second term as the representative of the 18 Legislative District. As a novice politician in the year 2000, he found himself as part of a Democratic majority seated at the legislature-a majority the Democrats had not seen in 50 years. "My race, this time, is at the crossroads of Nassau County history---the machine politicians of the past or will we continue with the politics of the new millennium?"
Big Red Softball Honored Women
On Monday night, six girls were honored at the 18th Annual Nassau County Softball All-Star Banquet. Michelle DeJesus and Joanna Moccia were given the All-County award, Stephanie Graziosi and Joan Starkman were given the All-Conference award, Meghan DeAngelis was given the All-Division award, and Maureen DeAngelis was given the senior scholar athlete award. "These young ladies have contributed all year; they deserve the recognition," said Coach Johanson.
Billy Blind Annual Bluefish Derby July 28-29
Mayor Thomas R. Suozzi is pleased to announce that the City of Glen Cove Billy Blind Memorial Bluefish Derby will be held Saturday and Sunday, July 28 and 29. Ten cash prizes will be awarded for the heaviest fish caught in the waters of Long Island Sound from 12:01 a.m. Saturday until 4 p.m. on Sunday. The Derby is open to fishermen of all ages. All proceeds from the 2001 Derby will be dedicated to the improvement of the City of Glen Cove Boat Ramp and the Pryibil Beach fishing pier.
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