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Which Glen Cove Residents Made a Difference in 2011?

Tell us who you think belongs in Patch’s list of people who mattered this year.

There are many individuals who make the City of Glen Cove great. They are the people who on a regular, , basis.

These include , , , , and .

Glen Cove Patch will be featuring a list of 10 local people who made a difference in 2011. We need your help.

Tell us who mattered this past year by nominating your candidates in the comment section below. Or, you may write it on our Facebook page, Tweet us or E-mail Glen Cove Local Editor Elena DiMarco at elena.dimarco@patch.com.

Please give us the person’s name and why you think think he or she belongs in our list.

The feature will run the last week of December as part of our series. Be sure to check back to see if your nominees have made the list.

tim December 18, 2011 at 08:00 PM
I have to go with Mr. Venturino for doing what he does for ems and for glen cove
Joe December 27, 2011 at 04:09 PM
Jim Coniglione... his company Scoopy Doo keeps residents, who own dogs, yards clean and he also sponsored the Halloween Pet Parade.
Marc Rosen December 28, 2011 at 04:04 AM
If anyone's earned it, it would have to be Jeanine DiMenna. She commits her time, effort, and business to the community on a nearly-constant basis. She's turned Page One Restaurant into a center for the performing arts through the weekly open mic and semimonthly poetry readings hosted there, and the strong support she provides to both event series (along with various book signings, community events, etc). On top of ALL of that, she shows more generosity to her employees than anyone else in the restaurant business than any other restaurateur in Nassau County, if not all of Long Island or even the entire state.
Martin Carmody December 29, 2011 at 04:59 PM
I will second Jeanine DeMenna's nomination. She is a steadfast supporter of Glen Cove; the food is excellent too!
Elena DiMarco December 31, 2011 at 05:50 PM
Thank you all, again, for your nominations! We greatly appreciate them. It is almost time to reveal our top 10. Stay tuned, it will be posted shortly.

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