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January 2, 2004

  • News: Leaving 2003 Behind at City Council

    The Glen Cove City Council closed out the year 2003 with a meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 23. Among ordinances voted on and approved was one raising the maximum income level for senior citizens receiving the 50 percent tax exemption from $21,500 annually to $24,000, to include the sliding scale option. This figure puts Glen Cove at the same level as Nassau County. The next ordinance, involving building construction, could be summed up, as Mayor Holzkamp did, by stating that outhouses are no longer permitted to be constructed. FULL STORY

  • News: They've Got Something to Sing and Smile About

    Burt Singer met Martha Smiles while they were both in high school. (Yes, that is her maiden name); he attended Glen Cove, but was determined not to marry a local girl, opting for a more exotic type...perhaps from Westbury? FULL STORY

  • Sports: Use Spare Time to Join Glen Cove Jr. Bowling

    The City of Glen Cove's Dept. of Parks and Recreation and Cove Lanes are once again teaming up to sponsor the Glen Cove Junior Bowling League on Saturday mornings beginning Jan. 10, 2004. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: The Wife of the Vietnam Vet
  • Opinion: Kudos to Debbie and Staff Logo
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