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.
On Saturday, July 31, under a “Big Top” tent amid fair weather and blue skies, several hundred library district residents celebrated the fifth anniversary of the opening of the Gold Coast Public Library.
Local author Judith Caseley opened the day-long event with a special story time and question and answer period for budding authors. One of her books, On The Town : A Community Adventure, was the inspiration for an Add-a-Line story activity that continued all day.
Glen Cove’s youngest fishermen and women: the Mayor’s Snapper Derby is this Saturday, Aug. 21 at the Pryibil Beach Pier.
Mayor Ralph V. Suozzi invites children ages 6- to 16-years-old to bring their own rod and reel along with their love of fishing and meet him at the Pryibil Beach Pier. Registration at the pier will be held only between 8:15 and 9:30 a.m. Fishing begins 8:30 a.m. and continues until 11:30 a.m. The derby has a Junior Division for children ages 6- to 10-years-old and the Senior Division is for children ages 11- to 16-years-old.
Members and friends of the North Shore Historical Museum recently toured Coe Hall and Planting Fields Arboretum, as part of their luncheon lecture series organized by NSHM Board Member Linda Darby. Coe Hall Docent, Pamela Lee, took the group on a tour of the mansion, which included both the main and upper levels, and the popular Gold Coast Wedding exhibit, which is in the Great Hall.
Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano is proposing to consolidate administrative functions of the 6th and the 2nd Police Precincts and move the 6th Precinct headquarters to the 2nd Precinct location in Woodbury. The county executive says that the plan would save over $20 million and would not diminish police service. However, many local public officials are firm in their view that residents would suffer. Additionally, there is still the question as to whether or not Mr. Mangano can order this consolidation without approval of the Nassau County Legislature.
On July 26, a special session of the Nassau County Legislature was held to vote on the one dollar per hour salary raise promised to home health care workers employed by agencies that have contracts with the county, as per Nassau’s Living Wage Law. After debating a bill to put off the raise, legislators voted to leave the increase intact as scheduled for August.
The New York Conference of Mayors (NYCOM) recently announced the winners of the 23rd Annual Local Government Achievement Awards. Mayor Ralph V. Suozzi and the City of Glen Cove were selected as the First Place Winner in the area of Public Management and Administration for Glen Cove’s new Visual Simulation Legislation.
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