I have seen the great work of our AD on a constant basis. Never have I called him with questions and not gotten an immediate response. Never has he not provided me with what I needed, whether schedule information or to talk about team philosophy.
My name is Matthew Bellomo. I am a Life Scout from Troop 6 working on my Boy Scout Eagle Project. I will be revitalizing and enhancing the Morgan Park Gazebo and Garden area. I would like to express my sincere thanks to so many wonderful individuals, families, local businesses and other organizations who so generously contributed to my fundraising efforts.
The City of Glen Cove, along with Nassau County Legislator Diane Yatauro and Long Island Crisis Center’s Executive Director, Linda Leonard, announced the first annual “Let’s Walk, Let’s Talk Fitness Walk…Stepping Together to Prevent Suicide”, an event that will be held on Sunday, April 25 at Morgan Park in Glen Cove.
“I fully support the Long Island Crisis Center and its mission of providing confidential services to adults and youth in crisis”, said Legislator Yatauro. “I’m absolutely thrilled that they’ve chosen our beautiful Morgan Memorial Park to hold this premiere fundraising event.”
The 2010-11 Executive Budget proposes to increase the cigarette tax to further encourage New Yorkers to quit smoking, discourage non-smokers from starting to smoke and to keep New York’s children healthy. Revenues from this dedicated tax increase will be invested, through HCRA, in the State’s numerous health care programs.
I wish to thank the voters of Sea Cliff for electing me to another term as their village justice. We will continue to attempt to serve all who in to our court with the respect and dignity to which all people are entitled.
John P. Reali
I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the people who supported me during the recent Sea Cliff elections for trustee. It has always been a pleasure to volunteer for this village and it was especially gratifying to see the number of people who also volunteered their time and energy to support my candidacy.
I hope to be able to serve the village well in my new capacity as trustee and fulfill the promises I made during the campaign. I am very much looking forward to working with the mayor and trustees as a part of what I expect will be an energetic and effective, problem solving team. I especially want to thank those who voted for me on March 16.
Unexpected emergencies can destroy communities and devastate families. Whether we are struck by a natural disaster, such as high winds, flooding or an ice storm or we encounter a man-made threat, the more information we have, the better we can respond. That’s why I encourage all residents to sign up for NY-Alert, a program that is part of New York State’s ongoing commitment to providing New Yorkers with information that keeps them aware of threats and emergency situations and instructs them how to respond accordingly.
I read with great interest your recent letter requesting input on renaming the GCHS baseball field after Jon Dolecki.
I think this is a wonderful idea. As you said in your letter Mr. Dolecki served as a teacher and coach, working tirelessly for the youth of the community for 36 years. I would like to expand on his achievements.
I am announcing my retirement as your superintendent of schools. I am retiring after 46 years as a professional educator. I will be entering a new phase of my career. I will be working with a leading educational consultant and will be consulting with school districts and school leaders using the knowledge and skills that I have amassed over all of these years.
I take pride in what we have accomplished here in Glen Cove over the last five years. My administrative team and I have made enormous progress in building a strong academic foundation for all of our students and establishing a sound financial base for the school district. We are proud of our legacy, leaving behind a well-trained and knowledgeable staff, and a physical plant that is well on its way to returning to a safe, secure, and attractive environment. I will not enumerate the numerous contributions we have made to this educational community. Those of you who have followed our progress over the years can attest to what has been accomplished. I take great pride in all of these accomplishments.
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