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Panera Bread Coming

Written by Jill Nossa Wednesday, 26 March 2014 00:00

Glen Cove is not only getting a new restaurant soon, it is also getting rid of an eyesore. Panera Bread will be taking over the site of the former Ruby Tuesday, which closed its doors in 2009 and has sat vacant and boarded up ever since.

 Michael Puntillo, the manager of GCVS, LLC, Deputy Mayor Barbara Peebles, Councilwoman Pam Panzenbeck, and members of the Chamber of Commerce joined Mayor Reginald A. Spinello at the future downtown site of Panera Bread. The City of Glen Cove was chosen by Panera based on the company’s demographic research, which showed that Glen Cove is a prime location for their restaurant. 

 

Subaru Supports Shelter For 'Adopt A Pet' Event

Written by Jane Lawrence Saturday, 22 March 2014 00:00

In keeping with Subaru’s corporate social philosophy of giving back to the community, North Coast Subaru recently hosted a Love a Pet adoption and donation drive in association with the Glen Cove Animal Lovers League.

 

The dealership in Glen Cove has been owned and operated by the Santoro family for more than 35 years and is now managed by brothers Bill and Angelo.  Bill Santoro explained, “We wanted to do something that fit with our clientele and give back to the community as well. The idea came to create an awareness of the Animal Lovers League.”  

 

Thomas Robbins, Internet and marketing manager, spearheaded the event, “but really,” said Robbins, “everyone who works here pitched in.”

 

Guerrillas Call Out Cuomo

Written by Jill Nossa Friday, 21 March 2014 00:00

Last week, activists hung banners all around Long Island, including this one on Glen Cove Road at Brewster Streer, to rally voters and hold politicians’ feet to the fire on the question of campaign finance reform.

 

Before the current state legislative season ends in Albany, concerned citizens representing MOP Democracy (Money Out of Politics) are conducting a civil disobedience campaign across New York State to demand that Governor Cuomo keep his promise for campaign finance reform through maintaining public financing of elections in the state budget. Campaign finance reform is intended to make elections fair in places where the system favors large contributions, often from special interest groups, over smaller donations from average voters. 

 

It’s Official: FiOS Coming To Glen Cove

Written by Jill Nossa Thursday, 20 March 2014 00:00

franchise agreement in a 5-2 vote after a nearly two-hour public hearing held at City Hall—the third public hearing held on the subject since last fall. Representatives from both Verizon and Cablevision presented their cases, allowing council members and the mayor to ask questions before the meeting was opened up to the public for comment.

 

“As a municipality, we have to give the people choices,” said Mayor Reginald Spinello before casting his “aye” vote. “I’d like to thank every council person...they all put in a lot of time and work on this.”

 

This was the third public hearing held regarding the franchise agreement over the past few months; the resolution had been tabled previously due to Cablevision’s contention that the agreement did not put the two companies on a “level playing field.” Attorneys representing the company once again warned council members that entering into this new agreement with Verizon violates the current contract the city has with Cablevision.

 

District Has Tough Decisions To Make

Written by Jill Nossa Wednesday, 19 March 2014 00:00

Approximately $1.4 million in budget cuts were proposed at the Glen Cove Board of Education meeting last week in order to make up for the gap in revenues in the initial estimated budget for next school year.

 

Assistant Superintendent for Business Victoria Galante presented an outline of the program costs for next year’s projected budget. The total appropriations for next year are projected at $80,307,873, while the projected revenues are just $78,831,086, leaving a budget gap of $1,476,787, according to the information provided by Galante at the meeting. A total of $59,919,362 in appropriations for next year’s budget comes from salaries and related expenses (including insurance and retirement costs), which Galante noted “is a huge chunk" of the budget.

 

Winter Dreams: Respite From The Snow

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi Thursday, 13 March 2014 00:00

Inside the warm and cozy Koenig Center of the Oyster Bay Historical Society, listeners learned about winters 100 years ago. Monica Randall introduced her talk on Winter Dreams with a quote from one of the listeners. “Of snow, the gentleman said, ‘I don’t want to see another snowflake.’” 

“People are getting depressed with all the snowfall recently, but, they are not doing stuff like this,” she commented as she showed slides of the magic and enchantment of the winter season as it was celebrated during the last century. The Victorians regarded winter as a time for gala ice skating parties, winter carnivals and horse drawn sleigh rides.

 

Her program also featured her personal dreams of the Gold Coast era, garlanded in snow as she took “selfies” at Chelsea in Muttontown; at Old Westbury Gardens and at Lake Mahopac’s Hotel on the Mountain.

 

Golden Gloves Event Gives To Charity

Written by Jill Nossa Thursday, 13 March 2014 00:00

The Golden Gloves is coming to Glen Cove again later this month, and both the fighters and the trainers are excited and gearing up for the annual event.

 

Hosted by the Glen Cove Boxing Club (GCBC), the 87th Annual Daily News Golden Gloves will take place on Thursday, March 27 at Glen Cove High School. 

 

“Glen Cove has traditionally been one of the best teams on Long Island," says GCBC’s Coach Frank Pena, who notes the city’s history of boxing greats including Howard Davis, Jr., John Capobianco and Allen Hudson.

 

Adventures In Babysitting

Written by Paige McAtee Wednesday, 12 March 2014 00:00

In movies like Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead, a parent’s very real nightmare of inadequate child care is at the crux of the film’s storyline. So the promise of a new website with intentions to revolutionize babysitting offered new hope at the party recently held at Melville’s Jewel Restaurant to celebrate its launch.

 

Babysitting Barter has roughly 1,000 babysitters and 2,700 parents connected to its website nationwide, according to CEO and founder Brian Mannix of Glen Cove.

 

“This has been a long time coming, about four years in the works,” said Mannix. “We have built our website and I think it’s very different and innovative. It is something that I really think will make a national difference for parents, babysitters, and for businesses as well.”

 

Health Concerns Focus At Superfund Site Meeting

Written by Gary Simeone Saturday, 01 March 2014 00:00

The second meeting of the Powers Chemco property site at Glen Cove City Hall last Thursday night focused on health concerns in the surrounding area. Spokesmen from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), Department of Health (DOH) and other environmental experts discussed the extent of the contaminated soil and water at the site. It was a continued discussion on the proposed clean-up of the State Superfund site, which was formerly occupied by the Columbia Ribbon and Carbon

Manufacturing Company, and now located within the 15-acre Konica Minolta property.

 

“After careful studies, we found that the contaminated soil and water table poses no threat to nearby residences,” said Nathan Epler, a hydrogeologist from the environmental consulting and management firm Roux Associates. 

 

Community Scholarship Fund Event

Written by Glen Cove Record-Pilot Editorial Staff Friday, 28 February 2014 00:00

The Glen Cove Council of PTAs will be holding its Annual Community Scholarship Fund Event at the Swan Club on Sunday, March 9, at 11:30 a.m.  The Glen Cove Community Scholarship Fund was founded in 1958, and it annually administers funds in the form of scholarships to deserving Glen Cove High School seniors. All proceeds from this event will be donated to this fund. The event will feature a performance by the High School Jazz Band and a basket raffle. This year’s honorees are Nomi Rosen, Dr. Michael Israel, Rosemarie Sekelsky, Brittney Frank Rifkind, Suzanne Anderson and Mary Murphy.

 

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