Last Summer Meeting for City Council
Prior to convening the Glen Cove City Council meeting on Aug. 28, Mayor Thomas Suozzi announced that the city's bond rating had been upgraded to A2 from A3 marking the fourth upgrade under the Suozzi administration. Moody's Investor Services notified Glen Cove of the upgrade earlier that day.
Moody's Upgrades Glen Cove's Bond Rating
On Aug. 28, Moody's Investors Service announced the upgrade to A2 from A3 the rating on the City of Glen Cove's $35 million in outstanding general obligation bonds. According to Moody's, the rating upgrade reflects the city's expanding and increasingly diversified local economy, successful redevelopment initiatives, low debt levels with limited future borrowing planned and the implementation of sound fiscal policies which have, over the past three years, resulted in a significantly improved financial position.
Billy Blind Memorial Bluefish Derby Hooked the Big Ones
The City of Glen Cove's Billy Blind Memorial Bluefish Derby was held on Saturday and Sunday, July 28 and 29 and with great success. Over 110 fisherman participated; cash prizes were awarded for the 10 heaviest fish caught in the waters of Long Island Sound from the Throgs Neck Bridge on the west, east to the entrance of Port Jefferson Harbor and to Tongue Point in Bridgeport Harbor, CT.
St. Christopher-Ottilie Howard F. Treiber Memorial Golf Open
Tees Off September 10 at Meadow Brook Golf Club, Jericho --
The 12th Annual St. Christopher-Ottilie Howard F. Treiber Memorial Golf Open will tee off on Monday, Sept. 10, at the Meadow Brook Golf Club in Jericho and at The Creek in Locust Valley. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit St. Christopher-Ottilie's programs for children. More than 4,000 children throughout Long Island and New York City take part in St. Christopher-Ottilie's programs. From foster care services to residential homes for children with emotional and physical disabilities to after-school programs, the people of St. Christopher-Ottilie make a difference every day. In addition to recognizing the fine work of St. Christopher-Ottilie, the event also pays tribute to the memory of Howard F. Treiber, who served as the president of St. Christopher-Ottilie's Board of Directors for nine yeas. Mr. Treiber was a distinguished Long Island businessman whose dedication and support for the children of St. Christopher-Ottilie lives on because of his generosity and through his family who continue the work that Mr. Treiber began.
Letter: Glen Cove's Finest