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October 13, 2006

  • News: Vandalism Vilified at SC Board Meeting

    At the Sept. 12 Sea Cliff Board of Trustees meeting, Mayor Krieb told residents that she was disappointed to announce that since the Sea Cliff Methodist Church opened their Pumpkin Patch to raise funds for the church, it has been the victim of vandalism twice. The church has so far lost more than 50 pumpkins. Both incidents occurred after 2 a.m. On one occasion, it looked as though the property had been driven over with a truck. "It's especially sad to think that people old enough to drive are immature enough to get a kick out of smashing pumpkins," the mayor said. FULL STORY

  • News: Suozzi Proposes 27.81 Percent Tax Hike

    A public hearing to discuss the city's proposed 2007 budget was held at the Glen Cove City Council meeting of Tuesday, Oct. 17. Mayor Ralph V. Suozzi who was presenting the first budget of his administration, remarked that "a lot of work" had gone into the preparation, and he thanked City Controller Sal Lombardi, as well as the city council and the various department heads, who had submitted "wish lists." The mayor said that he was presenting a shorter version than the one used by him, the council and the controller for reasons of clarity, but invited anyone who wished to see the full version to contact him. The mayor told the public that "a budget is not an exact science, but we used large spread sheets with 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006 budget numbers" and studied actual and variant numbers. Variables which can impact the budget include large and frequent snowstorms, or storms which cause major destruction to the city, demanding an increase of work on the part of DPW. The mayor complimented the DPW workers, who often are called on to jump in to assist in any unexpected emergency that arises. FULL STORY

  • Sports: North Shore High School Vikings Sports

    The North Shore Vikings football team improved its record to 3-1 with an impressive 26-0 shutout of Manhasset on Homecoming. The Vikings opened the scoring in the second half with Dan Grande sprinting into the endzone with a seven-yard run. Taylor McGrath remained perfect on the season with the PAT. Early in the third quarter, linebacker Tim Martino made a key interception and returned the ball to the Manhasset three-yard line, which set up Grande's second touchdown. Fullback Patsy Vacchio scored the Vikings' third touchdown when he barreled over five Manhasset defenders to get into the endzone. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Glen Cove Homecoming 2006 - Spirit, Pride and Victory!

    School spirit and community pride were at an all-time high as spectators filled the stands at Glen Cove High School for the start of Homecoming 2006. Board of education members, administrators, parents, students and community members were all there to cheer for the Big Red. Sunny skies and a cool breeze provided the perfect setting for students and parents who took a lap around the track to kick off the special event. The Glen Cove High School band, hip-hop team, and cheerleaders showcased their talents and entertained the crowd as they awaited the start of the big game. FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Letters to the Editor
  • Opinion: Letters to the Editor

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