SC Board Approves Bonds for Garage Construction
Sea Cliff made $1 million in serial bonds available to cover costs for construction on the public works garage at the Sea Cliff Village Board meeting on Monday, March 7. Trustee Haim read the resolution that allows the village to sell the bonds and reimburse them over a five year period. Sea Cliff pays approximately 20 percent a year on the bonds with 2.5 percent interest, according to village attorney Roger Siegel. "They're great bonds," he said. The estimate for the construction at the public works garage is $600,000 to $650,000 - the village is selling $1 million in bonds to make sure they can cover all expenses.
Urbitran Prefers Glen Cove for LI Office
Glen Cove Mayor Mary Ann Holzkamp welcomed a new addition to the Glen Cove Waterfront Transformation Team. On March 4, the mayor cut the ribbon for the opening of a new Urbitran Group office in The Professional Building at 29 Glen Cove Avenue. Mayor Holzkamp said, "This firm will add a new dimension to our waterfront effort by bringing advanced skills and practical experience in many areas of our project including architecture, engineering and planning."
Mill Neck Manor Competes Near and Far
Mill Neck Manor sports fans had lots to cheer for during the month of February, when both the varsity boys and girls basketball teams competed in tournaments sponsored by the Eastern Schools for the Deaf Athletic Association. While the boys traveled to Brattleboro, Vermont's Austine School for the Deaf Feb.11, 12 and 13, the girls played on their home court as Mill Neck Manor hosted the girls basketball tournament for the first time in 19 years.
Jay's World Basketball Fundraiser Helps Fight Childhood Cancer
The Jay's World Childhood Cancer Foundation, Inc. will host its 11th Annual Top Gun 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament to benefit the fight against childhood cancer. Each year Jay's World has made a difference in a cancer patient's life and this year the battle continues.
To the Glen Cove BOE:
As Regards Mill Hill Closing