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April 23, 1999

  • NEWS: Cove Neck to Use NCPD, Again

    Mayor Tom Zoller has been shopping around to find the best police force for Cove Neck. With their five-year police contract with Oyster Bay Cove in its sixth year and with a disagreement as to that cost, he and his board have decided on the Nassau County Police Department again, but with a change. Previously they were getting a special rate from the county of $225,000 a year, based on the service required for the small community - now they are paying the regular district rate. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: George O'Neill Gives a Reading

    The letter from Oyster Bay Cove Trustee George O'Neill was read at the April 12 meeting. Although the letter was not read at the last meeting with the claim that it would be litigious, it only appeared critical of Mayor Michael Peragine and the village's loss of the Cove Neck Police Contract which Mr. O'Neill called a "Most significant negative event for the residents of Oyster Bay Cove." FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Grenville Baker Club Gets Gals Soccer Grant

    The Grenville Baker Boys & Girls Club is being awarded $500 from the Women's Sports Foundation. The WSF, in collaboration with the 1999 Tampax Grants for Girls Program, awarded one of 76 grants to the Boys & Girls Club for a Girls Soccer Program. Thanks to the support of the WSF and Tampax, an all-girl soccer league for girls in grades 1-6 will premier in the fall of 1999. The grant will help finance equipment and uniforms. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Golf and Tennis Outing at Mill River

    The Coe Hall Preservation Associates will hold its Fourth Annual Golf and Tennis Outing at the Mill River Club in Upper Brookville on Monday, May 3. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Won From the Start...
  • OPINION: Mystery Picture

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