February 24, 2016, Glen Cove, NY…Thanks to the efforts of the Glen Cove Community Development Agency (CDA), a set of new handicap accessible doors was installed in the rear entrance of City Hall. $7,682 in United States Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds that are administered by the CDA provided the financing for the handicap door mechanisms and installation.
“The CDA has fulfilled a vital need for the Glen Cove community by allocating grant money that allows the City to expand its handicap accessibility at our municipal facilities,” said Mayor Reggie Spinello. “Our effort began last year with the installation of new handicap accessible doors at the Glen Cove Senior Center and now we are pleased that the CDA was able to allocate CDBG monies to improve resident access to City Hall,” said Myralee Machol, CDA Executive Director.
### Photo: (L – R) Councilman Roderick Watson, Councilwoman Pamela Panzenbeck, Mayor Reggie Spinello, Michael Zangari, CDA Executive Director Myralee Machol, Glen Cove Senior Center Executive Director Carol Waldman, Councilman Tim Tenke, Councilman Efraim Spagnoletti and CDA Board member Daniel Cox open the door to better handicap access to City Hall.