Glenwood Landing Energy Center Generates Cries of Foul
KeySpan Energy Development Corp. proposes to construct and operate a new gas turbine facility called the Glenwood Landing Energy Center. This project is one of five included in Long Island Power Authority's, (LIPA's), Powering Long Island project. The facility will be located on land currently owned by KeySpan on the east side of Shore Road where part of the former LNG, (liquefied natural gas), storage tank was located. This waterfront site falls under the recent moratorium on development imposed by the Town of Oyster Bay. Glenwood Landing Energy Center will consist of two General Electric LM6000 Sprint simple cycle combustion turbines. There will be two stacks, each 145-feet tall and, according to KeySpan, they won't be visible to most residential areas of the community.
City Council's Penultimate Meeting This Year
The Glen Cove City Council met in public session on Dec. 11 and considered a rather short agenda. Mayor-elect/city councilwoman MaryAnn Holzkamp presided over the meeting in Mayor Suozzi's absence.
Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports
The Glen Cove High School Booster Club Fall Varsity Awards night was held on Dec. 5 in the high school auditorium. The big award of the night, the Superintendent's Cup given to outstanding senior student athlete, was a tough choice between nominees Michael Biscardi (cross country), Lucia Son (volleyball), Dan Bellissimo (boys' soccer), Diana Langenbach (girls' soccer), Danielle DiLeo (tennis) and Russell Keogler (football). The award went to Russell Keogler.
Openings Available on Glen Cove Jr. Bowling League
The City of Glen Cove Dept. of Parks and Recreation and newly renovated Cove Lanes are once again teaming up to sponsor the Glen Cove Junior Bowling League. Play will be on Saturday mornings beginning Jan. 12, 2002.
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