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March 10, 2006

  • News: Glen Cove BOE to Begin Budget Presentations

    At the Glen Cove Board of Education meeting on Monday, March 6, School Superintendent Dr. Larry Aronstein announced that the board will present a comprehensive first draft of the school budget for the coming year at the March 20 meeting of the board. "There will be handouts for the public and the information will then be posted on the district website," said the superintendent. He added that hearings will continue through the budget process, and the board and administration will be going into the community, speaking at civic association meetings, churches, PTA meetings and anywhere else they are invited to speak. FULL STORY

  • News: Mr. Suozzi Goes to Washington

    Had you been walking around our nation's capitol last week, you might have noticed a couple of familiar faces. On March 2, Mayor Ralph V. Suozzi and Community Development Director Cara Longworth were joined by Glen Cove government affairs consultants to visit federal decision-makers in Washington, DC in order to build support for a number of community initiatives that they say will create jobs and economic opportunity, preserve public safety and improve the environment in Glen Cove. They met with the legislative staffs of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton and Senator Charles Schumer, the legislative director for Representative Peter King, the Director of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Brownfields Cleanup and Redevelopment and senior headquarters officials for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Golf Fees Go Up Fore 2006

    Following the conclusion of the public hearing to consider imposing a temporary moratorium on residential subdivisions within the City of Glen Cove at the city council meeting of Feb. 28, Mayor Ralph Suozzi and the council turned to routine business. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Glen Cove Teams Score at North Fork Bank Trail Relay

    February 26 was one of the coldest mornings of the winter, but it didn't deter 108 teams of three runners each from showing up at Bethpage State Park for the annual North Fork Bank Trail Relay. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Letter to the Editor: Meet the GC Library Candidates
  • Opinion: Letter to the Editor: NS BOE Fights for District Taxpayers Logo
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