Glen Cove has something for everyone. We offer magnificent beaches, a scenic golf course and lovely tree-filled parks, providing our residents with a summer vacation paradise in their own backyards. Recreational boaters will find full-service marinas, a city yacht club, and a fully renovated launch ramp offering easy access to our refreshing North Shore waterways.
Last night, I received the information posted below. I have been in contact with hospital officials and expect to have more details shortly.
This Just in from Mayor Spinello Regarding the Hospital:
"I am in communication with one of the hospital officials and I am waiting to hear back from him. So far this is what I’ve learned. It appears that Stonybrook University Hospital will be the main center for research. A part of the hospital’s third floor which has a separate entry and exit and a separate ‘point of care’ laboratory will be used for the care and treatment of a patient. The staff treating the patient would reside in this area of the hospital. As I receive more information I will continue to let the public know.”
An Update on Glen Cove Hospital
Mayor Reginald Spinello has an appointment on Tuesday morning, October 28, 2014, with hospital officials at the hospital’s headquarters on Community Drive. In addition to obtaining more details regarding the plans for a temporary Ebola treatment center in the Glen Cove hospital and asking for a tour of that location, Mayor Spinello will be seeking answers to the public’s concerns.
For more information regarding the hospital, please go to:
As you will see in the article, Governor Cuomo designated the hospital as a regional resource during the Ebola emergency.
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September 20: e-Waste • October 4: Shed the Meds
October 25: Stop Throwing Out Pollutants (STOP)
Mayor Reginald Spinello has arranged for three environmentally safe oriented collection programs that will be held this fall in Glen Cove. Residents are urged to bring their unwanted as specified below items for proper disposal. Everyone is kindly requested to bring proof of residency.
Take a look at a recent editorial by Cablvision on Glen Cove's waterfront.
Mayor Reginald Spinello’s latest column includes information on the proposed 2015 Budget; the recently appointed Crime Prevention Unit; an update on his aggressive approach to combat illegal housing; and a reminder about this weekend’s events.
Mayor Reginald Spinello would like to caution Glen Cove residents regarding a recent document they may have received from American Water Resources. The document contains an offer for a water line protection program to homeowners in the City of Glen Cove. This program is not offered, endorsed or sponsored by the City of Glen Cove. Residents are urged to consult a licensed, professional with any questions they have concerning this offer.
The City of Glen Cove Parks & Recreation Department, in partnership with PETCO of Glen Cove and Scoopy Doo Dog & Geese Waste Removal, is pleased to invite pets and their human companions to the 4th annual Spooktacular Howl’oween Pet Parade on Sunday, Oct. 26 at noon in downtown Glen Cove.
To view a draft copy of Mayor Reginald Spinello’s proposed 2015 Budget, click on this link. Please remember that this is a proposed budget and is subject to change before the budget vote on October 28, 2014.
A commercial property tax decrease is within Glen Cove Mayor Reginald Spinello’s proposed 2015 budget. Commercial real estate taxes will decrease .84 percent which translates to a reduction of $80 in taxes per $500,000 of assessed value. The proposed budget includes a minimal increase of 1.17 percent in residential property taxes, or $38 for a home with an assessed value of $500,000.
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