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Glen Cove City Council Agenda

Resolutions concerning construction prohibition repeal, road work to be discussed at Thursday night session.

The latest Glen Cove City Council meeting begins Thursday at 7 p.m. at Glen Cove City Hall. On the agenda: 

  1. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

  1. PUBLIC HEARING

  1. APPROVAL OF CITY COUNCIL MINUTES August 28, 2012

  1. FINANCIAL REPORTS

  1. WARRANTS

  1. RESOLUTIONS, ORDINANCES AND LOCAL LAWS

A Resolution authorizing the removal of covenants prohibiting the construction at vacant lot on Titus Road, Section 23, Blk G, Lot 849.

(CA/VT) (Proposed by Mayor Suozzi)

B Resolution declaring the Council as lead agency regarding reconstruction of Garvies Point/Herb Hill Road and that Garvies Point Road is classified as an Unlisted action pursuant to SEQRA.

(DPW/WA) (Proposed by Mayor Suozzi)

C Resolution to award bid to the lowest responsible bidder, Layne Well & Pump Co., for rehabilitation & Investigation of wells at Duck Pond Road (#30) and Seaman Road (#2S), in an amount not to exceed $137,800.

(DPW/WA) (Proposed by Mayor Suozzi)

D Resolution authorizing certain budget transfers.

(FD/SL) (Proposed by Mayor Suozzi)

E Resolution authorizing Latin American Fraternity of El Senor de los Nilagros of Glen Cove, Inc. to host their annual procession celebration on October 14, 2012, and the closing of Pearsall Avenue up to Walnut Road, 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

(Proposed by Mayor Suozzi)

F Resolution authorizing the Glen Cove Democratic Committee to erect political signs September 28, 2012 through November 9, 2012. (Proposed by Mayor Suozzi)

G Resolution authorizing the Glen Cove Youth Center, located at 128B Glen Street, Glen Cove, to be renamed City of Glen Cove Carol Sucharski Youth Center.

(Proposed by Mayor Suozzi)

H Resolution authorizing the City Attorney to settle certain claims.

I Resolution authorizing the Glen Cove CDA to erect lawn signs, October 5, 2012 through October 31, 2012, to advertise “Participate” (GlenCoveSurvey.com)

(KM/CDA) (Proposed by Mayor Suozzi)

J Resolution authorizing Tikkun Alliance of the North Shore to hold their annual “Campaign Against Hunger”, a Community Outreach Program, in the Pulaski Street Garage on Sunday, November 4, 2012, from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m.

(Proposed by Mayor Suozzi)

K Resolution authorizing an amendment to the Glen Cove Volunteer Fire Department By-Laws, MEMBERSHIP, SECTION 4 – TRANSFERS (B).

(CV/GCVFD) (Proposed by Mayor Suozzi)

  1. APPOINTMENTS

A Youth Bureau

B Building Department

C EMS

D Golf Course

E Senior Center

  1. COMMISSIONS, BOARDS AND AGENCIES

  1. SALARY ADJUSTMENTS

  1. DISCUSSION

Glen Cove City Council will convene next:

Pre-Council: October 2, 2012

    Council: October 9, 2012

For more information, go to www.glencove-li.us

tj September 27, 2012 at 09:55 PM
If the board could address the problem the remaining tax payers are faced with......;.About 7 children in a class of 25 have parents who pay school tax....and the remaining tax payer cannot take the increased burden....one its juts not fair, and two its just mathematically a bankrupting system..... And this goes for many other tax payed services....Of the nice people who pay their tax, the police are not watching their areas, they are on streets overcrowded with people who cannot be identified....Hospitals, roads.....all these services people pay for a being given away FREE......
Victor September 28, 2012 at 11:42 AM
Immigration is a federal issue, it is not in local governments jurisdiction. Are you suggesting only land owners go to school? Any renter, citizen or not, pays to land owner who pays school tax. Do you suggest that citizen renters not be allowed to send their children to school? Your numbers are wrong (18 of 25 are not illegal) and you sound racist. My son goes to GC schools and there is a mix of races and nationalities. The majority of immigrants are here legally and many own homes. Many of the children are born here and are citizens, even if the parents aren't. Who is skirting their tax burden more, the immigrant who works hard all day or the company that employs them off the books? That aside, if their children don't go to school, what will they do when they become adults? Denying their children education would make the problem worse. I don't agree in allowing illegal immigration, but I think if someone want's to come here, and can get a job we should let (document) them (and tax them). This country was built by immigrants, and they continue to give more than they take.
Vin NY September 29, 2012 at 11:20 AM
Can street parking please be addressed? The number of cars parked on residential streets is causing hazardous conditions
Doris Z Valenta October 04, 2012 at 10:56 PM
I do not find the Glen Cove Survey that Mayor Suozzi said, via a telephone call, was available online. Please direct me to the proper site as I would like to participate. Doris Valenta dzv23@verizon.net
Micah Danney October 04, 2012 at 11:08 PM
Hi Doris, That survey is here: http://www.glencovesurvey.com/

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