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July 19, 2002

  • News: Mayor Holzkamp Secures 24/7 Code Enforcement for Glen Cove

    Glen Cove Mayor Mary Ann Holzkamp has announced that the recently negotiated CSEA employee contract includes a provision for the assignment of the city's building department code enforcers to different shifts including evenings and weekends. "Housing code violations pose a threat to the residents and character of a neighborhood while overburdening the city's services. Complying with the law doesn't have limits. Obeying the rules is not restricted to 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., weekdays. Residents will be seeing uniformed code enforcers on weekends and during the evenings as they conduct their investigations. They will particularly focus on complaints regarding housing code violations where access is not possible during normal business hours," said the mayor. FULL STORY

  • News: Property Reassessments to Be Mailed To County Residents by September 1

    Under the new county property assessment plan, residents will likely be seeing either an increase or decrease in the county portion of their tax bill, which amounts to about 20% of a total tax bill. The reassessment will correct the valuation of properties in the county by bringing them up to date for tax purposes. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Drop Your Line in the Glen Cove Annual Bluefish Derby

    Mayor Mary Ann Holzkamp is pleased to announce that the City of Glen Cove Billy Blind Memorial Bluefish Derby will be held Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 3 and 4. 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 2002 derby will be dedicated to the improvement of the City of Glen Cove boat ramp and the Pryibil Beach fishing pier. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Swim Lessons Available to Glen Cove Residents at Pryibil Beach

    The City of Glen Cove Dept. of Parks & Recreation is pleased to announce that a full slate of swim instructions will be available to Glen Cove residents beginning July 15 at Pryibil Beach. The courses offered this summer, for children ages three through 12, as follows: FULL STORY

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