Lavine Ousts Sidikman From 13 A.D.
The crowd grew steadily at the Polish Hall in Glen Cove after 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 14, as residents came to hear the results of the 13th A.D. primary race between longtime incumbent David Sidikman and City Councilman Chuck Lavine. The results, however, were slow in coming and more than one politico was seen wiping his brow with a handkerchief. But spirits were kept high, with Mr. Lavine's most vocal cheerleader, County Executive Thomas Suozzi calling out, "Let's hear it for Chuck Lavine!" every so often. The race was so close that at one point Mr. Suozzi announced that the results might not be in until close to midnight, but added a comment that clearly pleased the crowd. Stating that Mr. Sidikman had taken Plainview, as expected, and Mr. Lavine Glen Cove, as expected, the county executive added, "But we did better in Glen Cove than Sidikman did in Plainview."
SC Mayor and Village Board to Cease Cell Tower Negotiations
Mayor Eileen Krieb and the Village Board of Sea Cliff have announced that the village will cease negotiations regarding the proposed installation of a cell phone tower at the village's public works facility.
Glen Cove Loses Great Friend in Tony Cangero
Glen Cove lost a longtime resident and friend with the passing of Anthony M. Cangero who succumbed to cancer on September 7, 2004 after a long and courageous battle.
North Shore High School Varsity Sports
This season's boys soccer team has brought with it a positive attitude, along with a strong work ethic, as the players look forward to competing in the class "A" League V Conference. With 10 seniors returning for their final season, and 12 underclassmen looking to make a strong contribution to the success of this Viking team, it's already evident that the team has started to rebuild.
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