This week, Nassau County Legislators and other officials have begun to look into the hard copy of the 2011 budget that was proposed last Wednesday by County Executive Edward P. Mangano, which he said was designed to deliver no property tax increases while also addressing a budget gap of over $340 million.
Glen Cove Planning Board Hosts Hearing on Waterfront and Landing Issues
Environmental and public health concerns regarding proposed new business development were voiced at Tuesday night’s Planning Board Meeting held at Glen Cove City Hall. The public hearings involved plans for a T-Mobile cell phone antenna at the water tower near Landing School and the application for a tire retreading factory to operate at the waterfront near Garvies Point.
On Sept. 12, 92 years ago, private Louis Capobianco was awarded the Army’s third highest honor – the Silver Star. He was awarded for the bravery he showed on that day, going forward under the barbed wire of enemy lines and single-handedly wiping out a machine gunner that held his company under siege. Despite his wounds, Private Capabianco returned to battle two weeks later and was killed in action after sustaining multiple head wounds. General O’Ryan of the 27th Division personally signed his commendation for the Silver Star.
Primary results are in. Voters are now looking for information on the candidates who are vying for the chance to represent them in Washington D.C. and Albany. To help our readers make informed decisions in the voting booth this November, Anton Community Newspapers put together questions that should provide a good introduction to each candidate’s platform.
The Glen Cove High School Varsity Football Team is ready to open the 2010 season “under the lights” on Saturday, Sept. 11 at 7 p.m. at the J. Cameron Maiden Field at the Glen Cove High School. They kick-off the season playing West Hempstead.
Head Coach Peter Kopecky enters his 20th season at the helm of the Big Red, and is looking for big things from this year’s squad. “Our motto this year is Play as a Team – Work for the Dream,” says Coach Kopecky, “The boys are putting in the extra effort that will lead to the dream of getting into the playoffs.”
In celebration of the start of the interior restoration of the 1907 Justice Court building the North Shore Historical Museum has announced a “Turn on the Heat” Sunset Cocktail Party on Saturday, Sept. 25 at 6 p.m., at the Sea Cliff Yacht Club.
The restoration of the exterior of the historic Court building, the Museum’s future home, has been virtually completed and the restoration of the building’s interior is ready to begin.
The Friday before Memorial Day weekend, the Glen Cove Teachers’ Association held a “Dress Red, White and Blue Day” fundraiser to help keep history alive in Glen Cove.
Funds raised were donated toward the renovation of the 1907 Justice Court House built by the Town of Oyster Bay and gifted as the first City Hall that will house our new North Shore Historical Museum.
The Association donated $1,000 to sponsor a window being built.
After 50 years, the second graduating class of North Shore High School of 1960 met recently for a heartfelt, wonderful time. Over 80 classmates out of 204 attended along with their spouses.
It all started at the Hideaway in the Marina on Shore Road in Glen Cove with over 100 in attendance for drinks and finger food. Laughing, crying, hugging and sharing with many of the classmates we have not seen in 50 years – you can imagine. Many we couldn’t recognize. Names tags were a big help.
Last week at the Glen Cove Senior Center, Nassau County Legislator Diane Yatauro (D-Glen Cove) participated in a press conference held by NY State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo to announce the results of an investigation by his office. The investigation was focused on predatory health care lending which targets senior citizens and susceptible patients. Some of these lenders claimed a particular credit card had “no interest” when it actually carried retroactive interest of over 25 percent if not paid in full during a promotional period. The scam severely affected many Nassau County senior citizens who were also unknowingly charged up front for services they never received.
The Glen Cove School District Board of Education met Monday night at Robert M. Finley Middle School to discuss policies, personnel matters and other business. Trustees Frank Bouza and Grady Farnan were absent from this meeting.
Matters of business included the establishment of five Ad Hoc Committees in the areas of Finance, Facilities, Public Relations, Board Policy and Curriculum and Instruction, with members appointed to serve on specific committees. The board approved the first reading of a policy regarding Medicaid false claims, fraud prevention and detection. Several personnel actions were taken, including the hiring of a new administrator, which created some discussion among the board members.
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