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September 24, 2004

  • News: GC Planning Board Hears Revised Sea Isle Proposal

    The Glen Cove Planning Board opened its meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 21 with a public hearing to consider an application and to receive public comments on the final environmental impact statement (FEIS) for the proposed construction of residential units on Shore Road in the MW-r marine waterfront zoning district. Proposals on this property have been before the planning board in any number of incarnations for more than a decade, and Planning Board Chairman Robert Benazzi noted that three members of the board had not been members for any prior discussions. He confirmed, however, that the three have been given all pertinent information, and the members all declared they had studied and were up to speed on the application. FULL STORY

  • News: Clean Harbor, Much Thanks and Hot Coffee at Sea Cliff Board

    The Sept. 20 meeting of the Village of Sea Cliff Board of Trustees began with a presentation to the board by the Hempstead Harbor Protection Committee (HHPC) and ended with a presentation to the board of a lawsuit by the Sea Cliff Coffee Company. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Girls Soccer Ready For a Run

    The Glen Cove girls varsity soccer team has its sights set on making a run for the top spot in its conference. After losing nine seniors last fall, the team has a new look and is hungry for success. Senior captains Alyssa DeMartino and Stacie Tripp will lead the Lady Covers into battle with returning seniors Emily Cox, Christina Abbondondalo, Vicky Hackett, and Carla Genova. New faces to the team this year include promising freshmen Ana Palacios, and Diana Palomares, juniors Sara DeJesus and Raquel Gutierrez, and sophomore Julie Galluccio. The leading scorers from last year's team, Kelly DeAngelis and Molly Silvestri, look to improve on their ''03 performances. Leading the defense will be first year starter Rebecca Golloub and returning stopper Samantha Feigman. With a hard fought loss top-seeded Mineola 3-2, the girls made a statement that this is a new season and Big Red should not be taken lightly! Coach Falen stated "We can compete with anyone in the conference and we proved that [with this game]." The girls are enthusiastic and are up for the challenge. FULL STORY

  • Sports: North Shore High School Varsity Sports

    The Viking varsity football team kicked off its season on Saturday with an impressive 29-12 victory over the Mules of Malverne High School. P.J. Como was the Viking's weapon in their victory. He scored three touchdowns, including passes from 50 and 22 yards. He also returned a kickoff 86 yards for a touchdown. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Singing the Praises of Sea Cliff
  • Opinion: Fabulous Fall Festival Fans

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