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As various housing developments break ground or mark completion across the city, one long-planned project remains in question: The Villas at Glen Cove, a 176-unit rental complex along Glen Cove Avenue. The development has been in the works for 17 years, and while demolition was completed in 2017, the buildings have yet to be constructed. The developer, Daniel Livingston, has requested a payment in lieu of taxes agreement from the Glen Cove Industrial Development Agency to expedite the building process. more
After extensively researching Jewish history on Long Island, Brad Kolodny found himself with much more historical information that could be included in his two books. He decided to put that knowledge to good use by founding the online Jewish Historical Society of Long Island. more
According to data from The New York Times, as of July 25, the number of positive Covid-19 cases in Nassau County had increased by 187 percent over the previous two weeks, with an average of 133 new … more
With summer in full swing, the Glen Cove YMCA camp is halfway through its sessions. The camp is working hard to get creative in keeping kids safe while rebuilding the social skills lost during the past year. more
Excitement is in the air in Glen Cove as residents have begun to see carnival rides being assembled and a statue of St. Rocco erected in the parking lot of the Church of Saint Rocco. Next week, the Feast of St. Rocco, the church’s annual five-day fundraiser, returns at full strength, after the coronavirus pandemic forced the cancellation of the Italian-American heritage celebration last summer. more
Anne Donnelly, a career prosecutor who this week was named the Nassau Republican’s nominee for county district attorney, wasted no time on calling out what she sees as her opponent’s chief … more
If Long Beach residents are concerned about a private company’s $3 billion proposal to build a 174-turbine wind farm 15 miles off the South Shore, few of them voiced it at a virtual hearing on the … more
Nearly a decade ago, the land adjacent to Congregation Tifereth Israel, on Hill Street in Glen Cove, was cleared in anticipation of a new condominium development. But not long after several units were built in 2017, the developer, Landing Cove LLC, abandoned the project, leaving the buildings half-finished, and the land became an eyesore. Now, however, with a new developer, the first phase of the project has been completed, and several residents have even moved into their units at Breton Hills. more
A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for all of Nassau County from Thursday night into midday Friday, when Tropical Storm Elsa is predicted to blow across the region, bringing with it high winds and … more
More development is in the works in Glen Cove, as construction begins on the first workforce housing to be built in the city in over a decade. As part of the Garvies Point waterfront development, Georgica Green Ventures, in partnership with RXR Realty, held a groundbreaking ceremony July 1 on a 55-unit development at 100 and 200 Dickson St. more
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