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Top Glen Cove Government Stories 2013

This year's top government stories in Glen Cove.

Here is a rundown of the top government stories in Glen Cove in 2013. 

Glen Cove Passes Bamboo Ban
City Council members voted 6-1 Tuesday to outlaw the fast-growing plant.

Spinello Victory Sealed with 74 Votes
Independence Party challenger wins mayorship after absentee ballots counted Wednesday night.

Glen Cove One Step Closer to FiOS Access
Public hearing on franchise agreement for Cablevision competitor held Tuesday.

Ratings Agency Upgrades Glen Cove Debt Rating
Moody's said Glen Cove government's financial operations have stabilized.

Grant Heralds Final Phase of Waterfront Cleanup
$815,000 awarded for Doxey site cleanup.

Suozzi Proposes $69.9 M Budget for Glen Cove

City Lawsuit Unrelated to Hospital Downsizing
Hospital COO says Freon litigation has not prompted service cutbacks.

Oyster Bay Voters Approve Town's Land Sale

City Council Vote Preserves Mansion
Zoning change does, however, allow for development of nearly 40 homes.

Glen Cove Among State's Most Fiscally Stressed
State rates financial health of municipalities and finds lingering issues here.

City of Glen Cove to Purchase Property for New Water Well
The property is to cost $1 million.

Glen Cove Public Works Supervisor Fired
Supervisor terminated for falsely filing for overtime for Sandy cleanup.

Council Passes Vested Rights Amendment
Split vote follows pointed remarks over zoning amendment.

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