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October 14, 2005

  • News: Driving Concerns at Sea Cliff Village Board

    During this week's regular Sea Cliff Village Board meeting held on Tuesday, Oct. 11 due to the Columbus Day holiday, the mayor and trustees praised Nassau County Legislator Diane Yatauro (D-Glen Cove) for the grant money she's provided the village. The village received $75,000 from the legislator. About $19,000 went to the new stone retaining wall on the east side of Central Park, $5,000 for the new park playground, $45,000 for the John Burns Green in front of the adult library, and the rest for miscellaneous expenses like sprinklers or recycling pails, according to Mayor Eileen Krieb. FULL STORY

  • News: No Tax Increase for Glen Cove in 2006

    In her fourth budget message delivered as mayor of Glen Cove, Mayor Mary Ann Holzkamp said she was "delighted to report that, contrary to pre-election propaganda the sky is not fact, things are bright and we look forward to the coming year." She reminded citizens of her promise last year to plan not only for the present, but for the prosperity of the future, stating, "Well, we have... and many of our plans are reaching fruition and impacting next year's budget." FULL STORY

  • Sports: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    The cross-country team has had a great start this year, fielding five girls and five boys ready to run the grueling 5K race. In the first two meets, Loreley Gomez and Andrew Carpenter finished first for the team at Bethpage State Park. Coach Gallo expects the team to continue to improve times as the season progresses and also hopes to have Loreley compete at the Eastern Nationals. FULL STORY

  • Sports: North Shore High School Viking Sports

    The Lady Vikings tennis team continues to succeed in Conference III. After the team lost its first match of the season to Locust Valley, the ladies came back to win five consecutive team matches. Captain Diana Capasso (third singles) and the duo of Lauren Ross and Ari Crane (second doubles) have carried the team on their backs. They have gone undefeated in the team's five-match winning streak. FULL STORY

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