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July 1, 2005

  • News: Neighbors Suggest Rx for Quality of Life

    Prior to the start of the Glen Cove City Council meeting of June 28, Councilman Michael Norman, in the absence of Mayor Mary Ann Holzkamp, had the pleasure of introducing Eagle Scout Charles Weck, who was being acclaimed for his work as an Eagle Scout. Due to difficulties in schedules, Charlie had until now not been able to receive the honor, so Mayor Holzkamp stepped in and put it on the council's agenda. FULL STORY

  • News: Police Investigate Underage Drinking

    Lieutenant Whitton of the Glen Cove Police Department has reported that on the evening of June 24, the Glen Cove Police Department conducted an investigation of licensed premises within the city limits believed to be selling alcohol to underage customers. According to Lieutenant Whitton, undercover members of Glen Cove Police Department, along with the State Liquor Authority, Nassau County Fire Marshals Office and Glen Cove Code Enforcement, made visits to 16 locations that sell alcohol. Of the 16, 11 were found to be selling alcohol to an underage person. Lt. Whitton said, "Members of the Glen Cove Police made 10 arrests for a penal law misdemeanor charge of unlawfully dealing with a child. Members of the State Liquor Authority and the Nassau County Fire Marshals Office issued a combined total of 23 summonses for various violations to area bars. Glen Cove Code Enforcement issued a number of code violations as well." FULL STORY

  • Sports: Glen Cove Fields Aglow for Sports

    Sports enthusiasts of all ages and sport affiliations joined Mayor Mary Ann Holzkamp and members of the Glen Cove City Council last week to flip the switch of the new lights at John Maccarone Memorial Stadium. Mayor Holzkamp said, "With the completion of the new lighting project under the direction of Glen Cove Parks and Recreation Director Darcy Belyea, the stadium's upper baseball fields 5 through 8 were rendered available for night games. John Maccarone Memorial Stadium is now a state-of-the-art facility for all city recreational sports-junior baseball/softball, junior lacrosse, junior soccer, junior football/cheerleading, men's softball, men's soccer, senior softball and Mayor's Trophy tournaments." On behalf of all Glen Cove residents, Mayor Holzkamp expressed appreciation for the hard work and cooperation of numerous individuals and organizations to make the lighting project a reality. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Steve Tripp Honored for 100 Lacrosse Wins

    The Nassau County Coaches Association recently recognized Glen Cove High School Lacrosse Coach Steve Tripp for his 100th win. Coach Tripp is one of just 17 coaches in Nassau to have reached this plateau Congratulations Coach Tripp. Pictured NCLCA President Joe Baccarella and Coach Tripp. FULL STORY

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