Holzkamp Launches Historic Administration
While bagpipes sang, and the color guard soared, more than 300 people crowded into the main chambers of City Hall in the City of Glen Cove to witness the inauguration of the first woman mayor in the city's 300-plus year history. Mary Ann Holzkamp comes to the office of mayor after eight years of consecutive service to the Glen Cove City Council. She brings with her a promise to continue working in the direction the city has traveled these last eight years under the leadership of Thomas Suozzi, aware that her administration must also do its part to aid citizens still terribly touched and wounded by the events of September 11. She declared that "We are diverse, we are free, we are strong, and we will be made stronger by being tested by these current world events."
Suozzi Takes the Helm of Nassau County
On New Year's Day, 2002, Thomas R. Suozzi followed his eight years as Mayor of Glen Cove by beginning his new role as the first Democratic Nassau County Executive in 30 years. This administration also marks the first time in history that Nassau County has both a Democrat as county executive and a Democratic majority in the legislature.
Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports
North Shore Men's Basketball: The Round-Up
Still in the midst of the tune-up portion of the schedule, the Vikings traveled to Valley Stream South for a non-league matchup on Dec. 19 in the Coaches v. Cancer Tournament. The Vikings managed to quiet the boisterous Falcon crowd by jumping out to a 26-17 first quarter advantage. To the Falcons credit they hustled back into the fray to draw within a point by half time 38-37.
SC Community Needs Bulletin Board
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