15 Jul

Glen Cove CDA and Nassau County Community Development Block Grant Funds New Handicap Accessible Doors for Glen Cove Senior Center

Glen Cove Mayor and Chairman of the Community Development Agency (CDA) Reggie Spinello joined members of the Nassau County Office of Community Development to introduce the new handicap accessible doors at the Glen Cove Senior Center.  The doors, installed at both the front and rear entries to the Senior Center, were made possible by an $8,600 grant from the Glen Cove Community Development Agency under its funding application through Nassau County Community Development Block Grant funds under “Public Facilities Improvement.

Participating with Glen Cove Mayor Reggie Spinello at the “Open Door” ceremony were Carol Waldman, Executive Director of the Glen Cove Senior Center and Senior Center members; Jacqueline Tecce, Site Manager-Glen Cove Senior Center; Myralee Machol, Executive Director of  the Glen Cove Community Development Agency with Camille Byrne, Executive Assistant of the Glen Cove CDA;  Nassau County Office of Community Development representatives:  Kevin J. Crean, Deputy Director; Theresa C. Dukes, Program Development Supervisor; Michelle Bardi, Program Coordinator; Kim Kelly, Program Coordinator and Michael Walsh, Intern.