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December 6, 2002

  • News: Glen Cove School Board Member Resigns

    The on again off again resignation of Phil Enright from the Glen Cove Board of Education is on again, and in writing. At the special meeting of the Glen Cove Board of Education on Monday, Dec. 2, Mr. Enright announced his resignation from the board, effective immediately. Mr. Enright's term is due to expire in 2003, but he is resigning early as he is relocating to Port Jefferson to be closer to family members, most notably, grandchildren. FULL STORY

  • News: Update on Waterfront Revitalization Project

    The Environmental Protection Agency has commenced excavation activities at the end of Garvies Point Road and will continue their operations until mid-March 2003. This work will end all major excavation work necessary for the environmental cleanup of the Captains Cove property. The EPA and DEC have the funding in place for the completion of this operation. The area at the end of Garvies Point Road is currently accessible via a temporary roadway through the adjacent property. Mayor Mary Ann Holzkamp said, "I ask everyone to please slow down, follow the detour signs and observe the 5 MPH speed limit at all times. By April 2003, public use of Garvies Point Road will be restored." FULL STORY

  • Sports: GC Girls Volleyball Rules at Booster Awards

    This year, the Glen Cove girls varsity volleyball team had a great time at the annual varsity fall sports booster awards night. This is the night when the athletic department honors all students who participated in Glen Cove's fall athletic programs. On the night of the awards, the entire girls varsity volleyball was honored. In addition to that honor, several young women on the team were awarded honors for their individual efforts. Plaques were awarded to two young ladies, Jean Erlandsen and Erika Granros, for competing on the varsity level for four years. In order to obtain these awards, a player, as a freshman, needs to be on top of her game, in order to play and compete with seniors. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Honors for NS Women's Volleyball Champs

    The women's volleyball team, which won the Nassau County championship, was honored recently at a dinner at the Marriott in Uniondale. In addition to winning All-County, the team and its members received numerous awards. The team was designated one of only four Scholar/Athlete teams, for achieving a 90 percent average or higher by at least eight of the 11 players. Senior Kim Lerch was conference MVP, All-County Athlete, and selected for the county All-Star Seniors team. She has also earned a full scholarship to St. John's University for softball. All-County Honorable Mention was Chris Gasser, All-Conference players were Meredith Vogenberger and Caroline Rober, and Tracy Iacovelli was named Coach of the Year for Conference C. The team Scholar/Athlete award went to Kerry Rigley, and All-County Tournament Team awards went to Zalika Pierre and Meredith Vogenberger. FULL STORY

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