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FEBRUARY 2, 2007

  • News: NS BOE Begins Budget Talks for 2007-2008

    North Shore School District Superintendent Dr. Ed Melnick introduced the preliminary budget proposal for the district's 2007-2008 school year at the Jan. 18 board of education meeting. FULL STORY

  • News: Chamber Dinner First Course at Council Meeting

    The public comments portion of the Glen Cove City Council meeting of Tuesday, Jan. 23 moved quickly and without a change of speaker from the chamber of commerce to the waterfront when Brandon Palanker, executive vice president of the chamber, as well as a public relations person for, among other clients, Glen Isle Developers, questioned Mayor Ralph V. Suozzi regarding the previous night's Chamber of Commerce and BID Tax Workshop. Mr. Suozzi did not attend the dinner, and Mr. Palanker questioned why, when the city is at such a "critical juncture, " neither the mayor nor City Controller Sal Lombardi was in attendance. Mr. Palanker told the mayor that there were many speakers at the workshop who were in agreement that the solution to Glen Cove's financial woes is the development of the waterfront, which has been planned for many years. The mayor replied that he and Mr. Lombardi were working late on the upcoming budget, the recent Moody's report and the recent state audit. FULL STORY

  • Sports: North Shore High School Viking Sports

    Congratulations to the North Shore wrestling team for taking first place in the league. The last league opponent was a very good Valley Stream North team. The North Shore Vikings took a commanding 40-6 lead and wound up winning 40-30 due to forfeits. Senior Brian Stern and junior Craig DeMeo came back from injury winning their first matches. The JV team went to the Herrick's JV tournament and had a good showing. Kevin Koczen went 4-0 on the day, not losing a match. Glen Gerbush had a good day finishing 3-1. Tommy Destio had a come-from-behind win in the third period. The Vikings took sixth out of 13 teams at the Wheatley tournament. Tom Boehm finished first, Joe Denovellis finished second and Eric Gruebel finished third, as did Robert Grabher. The team has made the playoffs and will most likely face rival Manhasset on Friday. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    The Glen Cove Big Red varsity girls track team ran in the Conference Meet held at Farmingdale State University last week. The girls have really worked hard this year and it showed at the meet. Loreley Gomez, the pack leader for the girls distance runners, pushed herself to the extreme this year for a chance at the counties. She finished third in the 3,000-meter race with the time of 12:24, enough to win All-Conference honors against an elite group of girls. Defending County Champion Hurdler Danielle Silas placed second in the conference. She ran a tight race missing first place by .2 of a second, finishing her 55-meter hurdle race in a time of 9.1. FULL STORY

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