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.
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.
Tom Graham, project manager at RXR Realty, the real estate operating company in charge of the waterfront redevelopment project, went over all of the public amenities at Wednesday night’s town hall meeting at Glen Cove City Hall.
Graham said that the 20.8 acres of open space will include an esplanade/walkway, bike path and 2.9 miles of upland pathways. This is in addition to a planned Art & Culture Center with amphitheater and public parking, Renaissance Park with recreation area and
gazebo and a marina park with a café building and available public parking.
The orthopedics department of the North Shore Health Care System, which was housed at Glen Cove Hospital, has been relocated to Syosset Hospital, and the hospital has performed more than 116 orthopedic surgeries in the two weeks since it began operating on Feb. 10.
Headed by Dr. Eugene Kraus, the orthopedics department occupies the entire west wing of the second floor of the hospital.
At the Glen Cove Board of Education meeting on Monday, Feb. 10, Assistant Superintendent for Business Victoria Galante presented the second budget hearing for the 2014-15 school year. The workshop covered expenditures and the administration component of the upcoming budget.
The first order of business was P.I.L.O.T.s (Payments In Lieu Of Taxes). Included in these was the Avalon Bay Phase 1 ($1,027,379.75); Avalon Bay Phase 2 ($357,718.18); 18 School Street LLC ($127,582.11); Samuel Pierce Apartments ($24,817.69); and Men on the Move self-storage facilities ($38,877.29).
The deadline for the Affordable Health Care Act is looming, and some Long Islanders may be scratching their heads about what type of health insurance will suit them best. A new website, LongIslandObamacare.com, was launched last week that seeks to clear up any misinformation and get the facts straight.
Site founder Jason Samel of Jaymar Insurance Agency, who was recently installed as the vice president of the Glen Cove Chamber of Commerce, says, “There is a lot of information out there about Obamacare, and it all has slants from different media sources.
Frankly, it’s inaccurate, and the misinformation is confusing the public.”
The Glen Head-Glenwood Civic Association held a town meeting last week with officials from New York American Water Company, in an attempt to get to the bottom of the high water bills many residents say they have been receiving since the company took over service for the area from Aqua two years ago. About two dozen residents attended the meeting, held at the North Shore High School cafeteria.
“Our bills have become outrageous since you took over,” said George Pombar, president of the association, after introducing the representatives and listening to their presentation on usage. “What has made them so high?”
More than 100 local area residents turned out Feb. 12 at Glen Cove City Hall to hear a panel of administrators from Glen Cove Hospital and North Shore-LIJ, along with doctors, city officials and consultants, discuss the latest developments in the hotly debated plans for changes in the operation of the 90-year-old Glen Cove Hospital.
This past summer, NS-LIJ announced it was moving its highly regarded orthopedic unit to Syosset Hospital, which is also part of the North Shore Health Care system. The announcement sparked an outpouring of opposition by the community to what many perceived as a first step to closing the hospital.
Glen Cove’s own acoustic guitar artist, Don Bikoff, who has appeared at Port Washington’s Landmark on Main Street, Manhattan’s The Living Room and Riverhead’s Vail-Leavitt Music Hall, presents a concert at Congregation Tifereth Israel (CTI) in Glen Cove on
Saturday, March 1 at 8 p.m. The concert Don Bikoff and Friends, is also a release party for Bikoff’s latest album, Hallowed Ground. The concert and party are open to the public and will be announced on New York public radio station, WFMU. Appearing with Bikoff are fellow guitarists Mark Fosson and Matt Sowell. The performers will be presented in an elegant cabaret setting featuring a dessert buffet and cash wine and beer bar during intermission.
The reservations are set, the film time picked out, everything looks to be set for date night...except the kids, that is. You forgot to hire a sitter? You thought I was doing it? Dinner is at eight, whatever are we to do?
All too often, families run into this situation, and all too often it spells trouble. But one man is seeking to remedy that with the Feb. 10 launch of BabysittingBarter.com, where parents can easily find the solution to date night woes, according to President and CEO Brian Mannix of Glen Cove. The site currently operates out of LaunchPad LI in Mineola, an office building that specializes in catering to startup operations.
“We are a unique online platform that brings parents and babysitter together,” he said.
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