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A group of residents showed up at last week's Glen Cove City Council meeting to voice their concern over the lease dispute at the YMCA at Glen Cove, even though the issue is not one the city is involved in. Still, the rumors circulating and lack of information prompted members of the YMCA, as well as others, to try to get answers from Mayor Reginald Spinello and members of the city council. Comment?
A store that has been a staple of the Oyster Bay community for 105 years is continuing its tradition of offering hardware supplies and other housewares in its location on the corner of East Main and South streets, while also expanding its inventory to better meet the needs of customers. Nobman's Hardware, founded in 1910, has been operating under new ownership since July and held a ribbon cutting and grand reopening celebration on Saturday, Nov. 21. "This is the store I need to fulfill my dream," said owner James Pecoraro, who has been in the hardware business his entire life. Comment?
Many residents of Bayville have gone over and above in their efforts to support a community member who is recovering from a tremendous loss. Over the summer, Bayville resident Edyta Regnowski was in a traumatic boating accident that resulted in the loss of her leg. Comment?
Three Locust Valley musicians, all of whom attend Nassau BOCES Long Island High School for the Arts , lent their collective talents to several numbers during the LIHSA Music Festival. Richard Kihm delivered an impressive solo performance of "This is My Box," performed in the duet "Little Talks," joined his fellow musician on guitar for "When Darkness Comes," sang along with the chorus on a classical medley and joined his fellow vocalists on "God Bless the Child" and "Through the Decades." Comment?
North America is home to 8 percent of the world's population yet consumes one third of its resources and produces half of its garbage. According to The Green Book, the average American family has 10,000 items in their home; worldwide it's 127. Comment?
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