March 23, 2007

  • News: Planning Board Sees Proposed Zoning Plans

    Mayor Ralph V. Suozzi opened the Glen Cove Planning Board meeting of Tuesday, March 21 by introducing Charles Starks of Phillips, Preiss, Shapiro Associates (the firm doing the city's Master Plan); Max Stach of Stuart Turner and Associates (the city's Master Plan consultants); and Kathleen Deegan Dixon (former city counsel who has stayed on as counsel for the Master Plan), all of whom were on hand to present proposed zoning amendments to city council and planning board members. The meeting was a work session, which meant that comments from the public would not be addressed, however, that didn't stop a large group of residents from attending. FULL STORY

  • News: Glen Cove BOE Hears Budget Draft; Proposals Raise Questions

    While the budget presentation was certainly the most significant presentation by the Glen Cove Board of Education meeting of Monday, March 12, more emotional and diverse presentations, questions and commentary temporarily upstaged it. Glen Cove Board of Education President Richard Tortorici began the meeting with a thank you to the PTA Council for the fabulous job it did sponsoring the annual Glen Cove Council of PTA's annual Scholarship Dinner Dance the night before. He referenced PTA Council President Zefy Christopouolos by name, but before the rousing applause had subsided, she was heard to call out, "It took my whole team and they're all here tonight!" The applause surged again. For all the hard work they did, Team Scholarship Dinner Dance seemed happy and satisfied. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Sole Searching Pays Off for Glen Cove Anglers

    Although busily involved in numerous community events, the Glen Cove Anglers did find a little time to squeeze in some fishin' this past season they celebrated at their annual awards dinner on March 14. Everyone had a grand time and ate well. And yes, there was fish on the menu. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Glen Cove High School Big Red Sports

    With March Madness going strong, it can only mean one thing: the boys of spring are not far away. Returning only two starters from last year's team, this will be a team creating a new identity for itself. FULL STORY

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