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October 27, 2006

  • News: City Council Adopts 2007 Budget

    The main chambers of Glen Cove City Hall were filled on Tuesday, Oct. 24 as Mayor Ralph V. Suozzi and the city council continued a public hearing on the 2007 budget, followed by a unanimous vote to accept the budget. The total budget for the City of Glen Cove is approximately $63 million, according to City Controller Sal Lombardi, with $41 million the actual operating budget, or what it costs to run the city, and $23 million representing interfund transfers. The increase for the city's part of residents' taxes is 27.71 percent. According to Mayor Suozzi, this translates to a $330 a year increase in taxes for a home assessed at $560,000, the average in Glen Cove. FULL STORY

  • News: Evening of Presentations and Appreciation at GC BOE

    The Glen Cove Board of Education meeting at Deasy School on the evening of Monday, Oct. 23 was a time of presentations, introductions, displays of appreciation and cake and coffee. In all, five presentations were made, with the board of education itself the recipient of gifts and thanks. In recognition of National School Board Week, Glen Cove's PTA Council, in the persons of executive board members led by President Zefy Christopoulos, thanked the school board for, in Ms. Christopoulos' words, "about one million hours of effort and more than a couple of headaches." Ms. Christopoulos added that, "after 16 years of gift-giving," she could attest to the fact that the board had never received the unique gift this council was offering. Carrying small gift bags up to the dais, council Vice President Suzanne Anderson, Treasurer Donna Brady, Corresponding Secretary Shirley Godfrey and Recording Secretary Janet Durso joined Ms. Christopoulos in presenting Glen Cove Big Red Knights T-shirts to the "Knights of the School Board," who immediately put the new shirts on for a photo op. FULL STORY

  • Sports: North Shore High School Viking Sports

    The North Shore girls varsity soccer team came off a great season last year, getting into the playoffs as the 15th seed with a 7-6-1 record. They defeated the #2 seed, Garden City to make the quarterfinals, where they were defeated by V.S. South. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    Congratulations to the Glen Cove High School Big Red boys varsity soccer team for making it to the first round of playoffs. The first playoff game will be played this Saturday at a time and place to be announced. Go Big Red! FULL STORY

  • Opinion: Letters to the Editor
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