Glen Cove After 3 would like to thank the community for all its support over the course of the last six years as well as invite the community to be part of our program. Glen Cove After 3 is looking for volunteers to come and work with our students. We are looking for historians of our wonderful city, as well as individuals with a strong passion for the arts, music, dance and areas of interest you are expert in, including recreational activities. No long-term commitment is necessary and we appreciate the time you will spend with us. In the past we have had professionals come and teach the students in the areas of language, art and world history; our guests are always welcome, well received and their help broadens our youth’s knowledge. If you have any questions please contact Spiro Tsirkas at 516-277-1303. We look forward to meeting you and having you as part of Glen Cove After 3.
Glen Cove After 3 Program Staff
Since you were one of the original and prime sponsors of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, hereinafter referred to as “OBAMACARE,” I wrote to you this past August concerning your response to NSUH at Glen Cove announcing its scheduled January, 2014 closure as an in-patient hospital facility As you are fully aware “OBAMACARE” per se was reported by the press at that time to be the major contributing factor that precluded Glen Cove’s NSUH from continuing to afford the same high levels of medical care they have provided in the past. No response from your office. No surprise! I accepted your silence then and now as evidence of your unwillingness to have addressed this issue publicly, to wit, you had no defense then and you have none now.
On Oct. 3, 2013, our family and the City of Glen Cove suffered a tremendous loss, the passing of our dad, Tony Gallo Sr. He was an amazing husband, father, grandfather, brother uncle, cousin and friend to many. We were truly overwhelmed by the outpouring of love, affection and kindness that was extended to our family throughout this time of great sorrow. We always knew that our dad was loved by many, but it wasn’t until his passing until we realized how many lives he truly touched.
Thank you to the residents of Glen Cove for electing me to be your new mayor. I am looking forward to the New Year as our journey begins to rebuild, restore and reshape our great city. Glen Cove is a wonderful community and it’s the care and compassion each of us take in our city that makes it such a unique and special place to live. For those that voted for me I thank you. For those that did not I hope you will allow me the opportunity to gain your trust as I begin my mission of creating a better Glen Cove for all of us.
As the 54th season of Morgan Park Summer Music Festival comes to a close, we would like to thank everyone who donated their time, talent and treasure into making the past summer such a success.
First, we would like to thank the City of Glen Cove, especially Mayor Ralph Suozzi and Parks and Recreation Director Darcy Belyea for all of their assistance in making sure that we had everything we needed for the concerts in Morgan Park.
Your staff is a tribute to your leadership. They were always responsive to our needs and did their best to make sure everything was ready to go on the weekends for the performances.
John Owens’ column “Public School Data: Numbers Beyond Belief” deserves a great big “attaboy” for going to the heart of the problem. Being a math teacher, I would say to the kids, that in statistics, “figures don’t lie, but liars figure.” And when the city presented data that “garbage in results in garbage out,” they are trying to quantify the unquantifiable. In my career I’ve seen some of this, but the use by NYC is mind-blowing.
On behalf of the Mutual Concerns Committee, I would like to extend my sincere thanks to the Sea Cliff-Glen Head Lions Club for their generous donation to our organization.
Ed Lieberman and Marc Neal presented me with a check the night of the “Chill Out.” Since holiday baskets are just around the corner, this gift came at just the right time.
Americans love catchy phrases and buzzwords, but sometimes such marketing tactics are nothing more than putting lipstick on a pig. That is exactly what corporations are doing when they refer to a newfangled, risky financial transaction that they have named pension de-risking. This is when companies sell off their retirees pension plans to investment funds or insurers converting what were federally protected pensions, into annuities. This has the impact of stripping defenseless older Americans of legal protections of both the federal ERISA pension law and Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation. In addition, these annuities become subject to a variety of state laws, dependent upon where the retiree lives.
Last year, General Motors sold off 76,000 retiree pensions to Prudential Insurance and this year Verizon sold 41,000 pensions to Prudential. This is not just a GM and Verizon issue, it s a growing national crisis likely to impact all retirees. In reality, this practice is really Pension Stripping, a violent act against retirees and their earned pension funds. America’s retirees need help and real protections on the state level where insurers are regulated. Peter Hallquest
After reading an article on Common Core, I agree even more. It really cuts through all the “educanese” the state is throwing at the public and fully exposes the serious flaws with the roll-out of the curriculum. You wonder how much teaching experience the people who wrote the curriculum modules have. Is the state trying to make the state program “teacher proof” by providing a virtual script for the curriculum? The curriculum is not complete and math chairs are being forced to turn to other states for a complete scope and sequence.
Of course the test results were bad because the teachers did not know what to experts, and the kids did not have the prerequisite background and knowledge that the course they were learning pre-supposed. Also, implied in the results of the tests was that the teacher was doing a terrible teaching job. An obvious teaching bashing in the public schools. There is a terrible disconnect between the tests and what the teacher is doing in the classroom. I have been through 5 curriculum changes in my career. Never have I witnessed such confusion.
The American Lung Association wants veterans and their loved ones to know that those who served have a higher incidence of lung cancer than the general population. Veterans are urged to talk with their doctors about their risk for lung cancer; veterans who smoke or did smoke should visit lungcancerscreeningsaveslives.org.
The Lung Helpline, at 1-800-LUNG-USA (586-4872) is available seven days a week to answer questions about lung health and provide reliable information about quitting smoking. To learn even more visit www.LungNE.org. Working together, we can raise awareness about lung cancer, reduce its incidence and increase the number of survivors.
Jeff Seyler, President and CEO of the American Lung Association of the Northeast
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