13th A. D. Democratic Primary Candidates
Democratic primary candidate Chuck Lavine feels that Albany has been "broken" for far too long. Mr. Lavine, a councilman in the City of Glen Cove, points out that The Brennan Center for Justice at the New York University School of Law characterizes New York State's legislature as the most dysfunctional in the nation. He said that lack of responsiveness has resulted in property taxes being 72 percent above the national average. New York is one of only two states in the country that make the property taxpayers foot the bill for Medicaid, with its out of control cost constituting the fastest rising component of our tax, Mr. Lavine said.
Cell Phones Tower Over Sea Cliff Board Meeting
At the opening of the Sea Cliff Village Board meeting of Sept. 7, Mayor Eileen Krieb announced a change in the board meeting schedule. The scheduled Tuesday, Oct. 12 meeting is being moved to Wednesday Oct.13, so that board members may attend the Annual Nassau County Village Officials Association meeting.
Local Fencing Champ Is Right on Target
Glen Cove High School student Angelica Verrelli 16, has been fencing for three years now, and fencing épee for a year. "Épee is the method where your whole body is on target and you have to hit your opponent with the tip of the épee," explains Angelica. The épee is the sword, she further explains to the uninitiated.
St. Patrick's 2004 CYO Track and Field Is Off and Running
The 2004 fall season is upon us. If your children enjoyed watching the Olympics and were captivated by the accomplishments of the great track and field athletes, St. Patrick's CYO is an opportunity for them to see what it is like to compete as a future Olympian in a program open to boys and girls in grades K through 8.
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