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Legislator Delia DeRiggi-Whitton Meets With Sea Cliff Village Officials For Capital Projects Update

(MINEOLA, N.Y.) – Nassau County Legislator Delia DeRiggi-Whitton (D - Glen Cove) received an update on Monday, July 30 from Sea Cliff Mayor Edward Lieberman (seated), Village Administrator Bruce Kennedy, and representatives from Nassau County’s Department of Public Works related to ongoing and upcoming infrastructure projects in the Village.

Local Glen Cove Author Publishes First Book

For every woman who has ever felt invisible, here’s a grownup novel.

Glen Cove, New York… “CAN YOU SEE US NOW?” is the debut novel from Glen Cove resident Cheryl Benton, founder and publisher of the very popular web site, The Three Tomatoes “for women who aren’t kids.” Inspired by her own experiences and those of her successful, accomplished New York City friends, this grownup novel will resonate with any women over the age of 50 who has ever felt invisible and marginalized in our youth obsessed culture.

Celebration 65 Years Together

A 65th wedding anniversary deserves recognition and this milestone is celebrated with the blue sapphire, which is symbolic of loyalty and is known to bring inner peace and fulfillment of dreams and prosperity—all things expected to go hand in hand with 65 years of marriage.

Local Glen Cove Author Publishes First Book

For every woman who has ever felt invisible, here’s a grownup novel.
Glen Cove, New York… “CAN YOU SEE US NOW?” is the debut novel from Glen Cove resident Cheryl Benton, founder and publisher of the very popular web site, The Three Tomatoes “for women who aren’t kids.” Inspired by her own experiences and those of her successful, accomplished New York City friends, this grownup novel will resonate with any women over the age of 50 who has ever felt invisible and marginalized in our youth obsessed culture.

An Update on Crescent Beach

As many people know, it is my personal goal to have Crescent Beach re-opened as soon as possible. While the journey to do so has taken some twists and turns, we are finally making great progress. Here is an update on this progress and immediate next steps.

It Takes an Island to Protect Our Drinking Water

The New York City Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is considering allowing New York City to renew a permit to re-open four wells in Queens for “emergency purposes,” such as a drought. All of these wells connect to the Lloyd Aquifer, which is the only source of water on Long Island for more than a million people. The concern is that, if these wells are opened and the estimated 68 million gallons a day are pumped, saltwater might intrude and/or toxic plumes could be pulled into the Lloyd. Either case would render the water unusable for generations.

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