Loud Residents Request Noise Abatement at City Council Meeting
The Glen Cove City Council meeting of July 24 was well attended and well behaved while Mayor Mary Ann Holzkamp and council members went through the regular part of the meeting.
Supreme Court Takes Supermarket Case Off the Shelf
In a significant decision in Nassau County Court, Acting Supreme Court Justice Daniel Martin ruled to deny an Article 78 proceeding brought by the Stop & Shop Company and Four T 2 Associates, LLC. against the Glen Cove Planning Board. Also named in the document were Cove Associates and Bobrow Bros, LLC.
Summer Sports Program at NS Youth Council Scores
Despite the heat, the North Shore Youth Council's (NSYC) summer sports program got off to a blazing start. Youth in grades three through seven had a blast all week long. All enjoyed soccer, baseball and flag football. The campers went through various warm-ups, drills, and scrimmages to polish basic techniques for all three sports.
Dive Into the Red Cross Annual Swim-A-Cross
This year, the annual Red Cross Swim-A-Cross will take on a special meaning. More than 150 swimmers are expected to participate and many will likely swim in memory of a loved one who lost their life during the World Trade Center terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. ARC/Nassau encourages swimmers to take part in this meaningful tribute and receive a commemorative Red Cross September 11 pin.
Keeping Dolecki Was a Smart Move
Open Letter to Senator Carl Marcellino